The Arbor Day Foundation recognized Prescott College as a 2017 Tree Campus USA® for the its commitment to effective urban forest management.
Jen Zegan-Litzer’s is studying Human Development and Cultural and Regional Studies through our accelerated master’s program which allows her to complete a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree within four years.
Prescott College alum Jason Williams appears on local TV to promote new federal funds for Prescott National Forest trail system.
Rachel Kippen is pursuing an online Master of Arts degree in Social Ecology. Her studies have had a particular focus on the arts, experiential education, and environmental justice in agricultural immigrant communities.
The Social Justice and Community Organizing online program is a full academic year for graduate students to become proficient as community organizers.
Prescott College graduate John Flax has made his mark on the world of drama with his unique theater company Theater Grottesco.
Nadir Sherrod is a first time student of Prescott College whose focus is in sustainable community design. He is also very involved in the humanities, including music, writing, and film.
Lindsey Rudibaugh, a 2015 graduate of Prescott College’s Ph.D. program, has launched, with her partner Travis Harding, a non-profit serving the Ohio Appalachian region, called Tenderfoot Fair Trade Learning Lab.
Dr. Anita Fernández will be awarded the Vision Award from Middlebury College.
The Ecotherapy and Adventure-based Psychotherapy concentrations are examples of Prescott College's in-depth programs on alternative counseling modalities.