Congratulations on Your Acceptance!

Welcome to
Prescott College!

Congratulations on your acceptance to Prescott College! We are thrilled to offer you direct admission through our partnership with Niche.

At Prescott College, our students are driven to make a difference and chart their own path, and we know that you have what it takes to be an effective PC changemaker.

Next Steps


Fill out the onboarding form via the link below


Email your high school transcript (unofficial or official) to your counselor, [email protected]


Contact your admissions counselor, Celestia Preston

Resources for Accepted Students

Applicant Portal

Within 24 hours of the receipt of your Niche Direct Admission application, you’ll gain access to your applicant portal. There you’ll find everything you need to take the next steps in the admissions process. Log in to submit transcripts, apply for orientation and housing, and submit your deposit.

Your Admissions Counselor

Celestia Preston is your assigned counselor, and she can answer any questions about PC, the Niche Direct Admissions program, financial aid, campus life, and more. 


The first class that every on-campus student at PC takes is Orientation. You can choose between a backpacking trip, a community-based project, or a hybrid. 

Video Tour

Immerse yourself in the unique spirit and culture that defines our educational environment by engaging in our video tour.

Prescott College Fast Facts

  • 14 undergraduate degrees, each designed to be unique to each student. No two PC students are the same, neither are any two degree plans

  • Field stations in Kino Bay, Mexico and Dopoi, Kenya, make studying abroad a seamless opportunity
  • Block/Session schedule allows you to take fewer classes at a time, more fully immersing yourself in the content

  • Accelerated master’s pathways cut down on your time and money invested in both degrees. Many PC students are graduating in five years with both their bachelor’s and master’s
  • Experiential, hands-on model involves immediate application of what you learn in the classroom out in real-world settings