By demonstrating continued dedication to High-Impact Educational Practices, Prescott College has been named as one of the nation’s Colleges of Distinction.
Dr. Stephanie Krusemark joins Prescott College as its new Chief Enrollment Management and Marketing Officer. Previously, she served as the Vice President of Enrollment Development for Trinity Washington University, a historic women’s college in Washington, D. C. that serves one of the nation’s most diverse student and adult learner populations.
Prescott College alumni Angela Hawse is featured in Outside Magazine. "In August 1982, Angela Hawse and seven other Prescott College freshmen began compulsory wilderness orientation. Raised in West Virginia, Hawse figured the class would be a preview of Arizona’s mountains. Instead, she discovered a calling that’s taken her to peaks around the world."
The Prescott College Board of Trustees and special guests recognized thirteen faculty members who have been awarded emeritus status in recent years.
Prescott College has announced a new Master of Arts in Social Justice and Community Organizing, with enrollments now open for the fall 2017 academic term.
Kado Stewart developed gay camp as a Prescott College Senior Project and in 2008 founded Camp OUTdoors for LGBTQ youth. Camp OUTdoors is featured in the ground breaking National Geographic Documentary, Gender Revolution, hosted by Katie Couric.
Prescott College has been named one of the nation’s most environmentally responsible colleges by The Princeton Review in their Guide to Green Colleges.