Prescott College alumna, Sue Knaup published a new memoir, called Bike Hunt, which uncovers disturbing patterns in bicycle advocacy and other nonprofits.
Prescott College was featured on the front page of The Daily Courier, highlighting its new scholarship initiatives.
Kurt Refsnider teaches Bikepacking and Geology, alongside Adventure Educator Kaitlyn Boyle. His article, Fully loaded: lessons from first-time bikepackers, was recently published in Bike Magazine.
Prescott College’s sustainable campus village student housing project earned a prestigious Crescordia Award at Arizona Forward’s 37th annual Environmental Excellence Awards presented by Salt River Project.
Prescott College has been ranked among the 35 Best Online Master’s in Family Counseling for 2017.
When it was announced that funding for 21st Century Community Learning Centers, an after-school program aimed at improving academic outcomes, would be cut from the federal budget, Prescott College alumni Courtney Osterfelt knew that something needed to be done.
Prescott College has been identified as one of the best liberal arts colleges in the west by Best Value Schools.
Prescott College President, John Flicker, released a public statement in light of the announced phase-out of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Cable ONE visited the Prescott College campus to film a commercial featuring Prescott College and the unique ways it utilizes technology to enrich the learning process. The 30-second commercial spot is currently airing in all of Cable ONE's service areas across 17 states!
Maurie Lung recently received the Servant Leader Award from the Association for Experiential Education.