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This is your page and we are super excited about posting events, updates, links and pictures that will help you stay better connected. 

Welcome Alumni

Alumni are the heart and soul of our college. We are grateful for your help in all facets of the college from admissions, career services, guest speakers and donors.

I hope you find this page helpful to engage the way that fits you.  If you have ideas, let me know.   

Happy Trails. 

Jane Ratzlaff
Vice President of Advancement and Alumni Relations

Meet the Team

Jane Ratzlaff

Vice President of Advancement & Alumni Relations
[email protected]

Alison Zych

Advancement Coordinator
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Begin Your Legacy With Us

Tillie Walton

Tillie Walton


Tillie Walton ’07 is an award-winning river conservationist, hydrologist, river guide, environmental planner, and speaker. Her love of rivers was inspired by over 15 years of guiding whitewater expeditions through the Grand Canyon and on other rivers around the world.

Earlier this year, Prescott College welcomed Tillie Walton ’07 back to campus for a special evening of storytelling about her journeys on the last remaining wild rivers of the American West. The evening, which started with a social at the Crossroads Center, included a Q & A and screening of the series premiere of her public television series, Wild Rivers with Tillie with Emmy Award-winning producer and director Dan Duncan. 

Transitions & ECOS Newsletters

Transitions is a publication for the Prescott College Community. Click on the thumbnail to view the publication.

Transitions - Spring 2023

Spring 2023

Transitions - Fall 2023

Fall 2023

ECOS Newsletters

Ways to Support

Below are some ways to explore giving to match your financial and tax goals. Outright gifts of cash and securities are among the most common assets used in giving, with cash being the easiest to contribute. Charitable cash gifts are deductible. Appreciated securities such as stocks and bonds may be more advantageous to give than cash because charitable gifts of appreciated property avoid the realization of capital gains.

As with gifts of securities, an outright contribution of real estate offers a triple benefit: income tax savings, avoidance of capital gains, and removal of property subject to potential estate tax. The annual federal charitable deduction is limited so you would want to check with your tax advisor.

Contact Information

Jane Ratzlaff
Vice President of Advancement and Alumni Relations

[email protected]
406-871-0601 (Cell – preferred)

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