Reviews of Prescott College (College)

220 Grove Ave, Prescott, AZ 86301, United States

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REVIEWS OF Prescott College IN Arizona

Greg DeMatteo

An outstanding place to learn and explore. I learned lessons there I would never have gotten anywhere else.

Carmen Ainza

William Larson

Best College ever. . .

Bryan Biggs

David Copeland

Devin Davis

Jim Stuckey

At Prescott College I've found people--students, faculty, and staff--who are amazingly vibrant and wonderfully engaged in increasing the quality and value of their learning experiences, their teaching experiences, and their contributions to the College and our societies--local to global. Students in PC's programs--from undergraduate to PhD programs--are led and coached into "real world" experiences related to their conceptual studies, and asked to think critically and generatively, and to find and create intellectual connections among experience, concepts, possibilities, and theories.


I am a graduate of PC and I want to address a review below of 1 star. The writer of that review implied that PC's paperwork requirements are too difficult AND that it is difficult to graduate in a timely manner. The review also implied it was difficult to get into grad school after PC. All of that is not true in my experience. As to the first, yes, PC has graduation plans, independent study plans, senior project plans and the like. Yes, they take some time. But they are hardly burdensome and you have a staff that is very accessible to you to help you get it done. If you can not figure it out, it is on you. As to being able to graduate in a timely manner, I graduated in 3 years- I had one year of college already, so that was right on time. And I double-majored and had to complete two senior projects. Graduating on time is doable, if you think ahead and plan well. As to graduate school, I was admitted into a very competitive grad program direct from PC- the program had 90 applicants for 16 slots when I applied. PC does have some problems. Some classes are not as academic as I would like, but then, if you are majoring in adventure education, you aren't that academic (not that AE folks aren't smart- just writing papers isn't usually their strong suit). PC has few teachers and some programs lack diversity and advisors can, at times, push students into their pet classes. My first advisor at PC tried to get me to take a writing class, when I already had plenty of writing credits. Unsurprisingly, she was a writing professor. That said, they are minor flaws. I was happy I attended PC and I still am pleased about it. It was a lovely experience in many ways, even if my orientation was a bit crazy (involved a helicopter evacuation from a canyon because I got ill in the middle of nowhere. But that was not PC's fault and their safety protocols and the training of orientation instructors saved my life). I encourage people to think carefully before you choose PC- it is not for everyone. But PC has amazing staff, good classes and many opportunities to make a difference. I'm proud to be an alumnus.

Stephanie Garcia

Isaura Lira Greene

Nicole Twohig

Nicholas Balik

Current student and I am loving the hands on inclusive approach of faculty members. Your classroom is unbound with experiential learning at its finest. I have been inspired by fellow students and staff and honestly feel prepared after completing my undergraduate degree. If you love the outdoors, embrace close community, care for the environment and want control of your educational direction this college is for you!

Kailub Parra-Calvet

Walid Lafkih

MR Harvel C Reid

Anthony Teeple

Harrison Keane

Chill school with great AE program and awesome teachers!


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