Regardless of what drives you and inspires you, you’ll find a community of supportive peers, mentors, and colleagues at Prescott College. While we all come from different backgrounds and have different experiences, one thing we all have in common is our passion - passion for helping others, passion for the environment, passion for social justice and a passion for a different kind of learning experience.
Diversity at Prescott College
There’s no such thing as a typical Prescott College student, each individual is unique. Quirky? Maybe. Brilliant? Definitely. What unites us is our independent spirit and a desire to improve our communities and our lives.
Students organizations and clubs have been formed by students and include: Queer Student Union, Black Student Union, Mi Familia, Garden Club, Music Club and more.
We were also the first private college in Arizona certified as a Veterans Supportive Campus and continually strive to better support veterans and military families.
Campus spaces that foster community
The Student Activity Center (SAC)
The Student Activitiy Center is the perfect spot to relax, chat with friends or hold a club meeting. The center also provides indoor space for non-resident students to connect. The center includes a lounge area, kitchen area and the Max and Bessie Bakal Memorial Lounge and Library.
Housed in the Summit Building, comMUSIKey is a non-profit organization dedicated to building community through people playing music together. Students can take part in recording music, learning instruments and developing their own personal music. ComMUSIKey is predicated on the belief that all human beings are innately and uniquely musical. Learn more.
HUB (Helping Understand Bicycles)
HUB is a community space where students and community members can come to learn about bikes, fix bikes, even build bikes. HUB provides space, tools, donation parts, and friendly help to anyone who wants to get themselves on two wheels.
Butte Creek Restoration Council
The Butte Creek Restoration Council (BCRC) was originally formed in the spring of 1996 by three visionary on-campus undergrads and a few dedicated faculty members from Prescott College. In 2012 a new cadre of restoration-minded undergrads and faculty members revived the BCRC around a renewed mission to engage the Prescott College community, our surrounding neighbors, and the larger Prescott community in projects that help restore, enhance, and celebrate Lower Butte Creek as the centerpiece of our expanding campus and a vital part of the Upper Granite Creek Watershed. Learn more.
A weekly gathering centered around soup
Community lunch is a proud tradition at Prescott College. Our community joins together each Wednesday for free soup and bread provided by our very own Crossroads Cafe. It’s a chance to connect over a warm meal and share information about what’s happening at Prescott College.
Are you interested in being a part of our community? Schedule a visit and experience Prescott College for yourself.