Accepted Students

We are excited to have you join the Prescott College community!

 

Below you will find access to resources and information to help you plan the next step of your educational journey. There is separate information for students in the On-Campus Undergraduate Program and for students in our various online programs. 

Please review the steps below to confirm your spot and to prepare for the start of your program.

On Campus

We're excited to have you join the Prescott College community!

The first step on your journey as a new Prescott College On-campus Undergraduate student is to pay your Tuition Deposit. Your tuition deposit secures your spot in the program for your chosen semester and opens you up to a Prescott College email address and a MyPrescott login. 

Step 1 - Confirm Your Attendance: Contact your admissions counselor to let them know if you intend to enroll. Pay your deposit here: https://prescott.afford.com/PPT/MakeAPayment. This non-refundable deposit is required to establish your college email and service accounts.

Step 2 - IT onboard: After your deposit is received, the Prescott College IT department will email you to setup your prescott.edu e-mail address and MyPrescott school accounts. Please follow the instructions provided in their e-mail to ensure that your accounts are established.

Step 3 - FAFSA and Financial Aid: If you have not finished your FAFSA form, you must complete it at https://fafsa.ed.gov/. Use school code 013659. Once you have completed the FAFSA form you are welcome to contact our Financial Aid Department at 928-350-1111 or finaid@prescott.edu with any additional questions or concerns.

Step 4 - Complete your medical history form. You can access a copy here

The Village, Tsegi and Cholla Cottages, and other near-campus housing feature a unique mix of residents, including both first-year and continuing students. All freshmen are part of the First Year Experience. The First Year Experience (FYE) focuses on assisting students in their transition to Prescott College by providing seminars, events, and activities geared to meet their needs and build a strong community. Students in the FYE live together by academic program (when possible) and have a staff that is specifically trained to handle First Year and Transfer Student transitional concerns. All first-time students are required to live on campus.

Residence halls open for the spring 2020 semester on January 10 and for the fall 2020 semester on August 21 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Find out a little more about Student Housing: https://www.prescott.edu/experience/studentlife/housing.

Step 1 - Access the online Housing Application here

Step 2 - Pay your housing deposit here

Step 3 - Submit your Wireless Data and Acceptable Use Policy Agreement here

Step 4 - Submit your Vaccination Verification Form here.

Each fall and spring, all new Prescott College students find themselves on Orientation as they begin the unique journey of developing relationships with their new home, community and academic career.  For over 50 years, new students at Prescott College have built transformative connections to the  college, their environment, and each other. Orientation gives students the opportunity to build foundational communities that help to sustain them throughout their academic journey at Prescott College.

Orientation is the first class you take as a resident undergraduate Prescott College student. Learn more about Wilderness or Community Orientation here

Register for Wilderness or Community Orientation by clicking this link: https://form.jotform.com/52976401098159

Spring 2020 Orientation schedule here

Every On-campus Undergraduate student enrolled in Prescott College is required to carry health insurance. This can be supplied through a personal policy. If you do not have a personal policy on your own or through your parents, you will be required to carry the insurance provided through the insurance carrier contracted by Prescott College. 

Student health insurance is automatically added to all student bills each year. If you carry a personal insurance policy, you must waive out of the Prescott College insurance through this link

Designed to simplify registration and financial processes, Prescott College’s Center for Student Success, our “One Stop” coordinates the services of Financial Aid, the Registrar’s Office and Student Accounts. The One Stop is located on our central campus in the Penstemon building across the courtyard from the Advising and Learning Commons. Combining these service areas on one office, as well as the central campus location, provides convenient access for students to maintain and update their registration and financial status. 

Stop by the Penstemon building during business hours or contact us with any questions or concerns. Use the contact information below for specific questions, or contact registrar@prescott.edu for general questions.

Financial Aid
finaid@prescott.edu
928-350-1111 

Registrar
registrar@prescot.edu
928-350-1102

Student Accounts
studentbilling@prescott.edu
928-350-4011

For detailed information about Prescott, lodging, dining, and more, please click the link below. 

Visiting Prescott

Phoenix’s Sky Harbor Airport is the nearest large airport, about 100 miles south of Prescott. Plan to make shuttle arrangements coinciding with airline arrival and departure. Shuttle vans run several times daily between various locations in Prescott and Sky Harbor Airport (see below). Travel to and from the airport and Prescott is approximately 2 hours.
 
Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is a smaller airport in the Phoenix area which houses Allegiant, Spirit, and Frontier Airlines. There are no direct shuttles between Prescott and this airport, but students can take a shuttle between Sky Harbor and Gateway (Phoenix Gateway Direct or 855-982-2555). The shuttle between airports takes about 45 minutes.
 
There is also a small airfield near Prescott, Ernest A. Love Field, with direct flights to a few international airports, including Los Angeles and Denver.

Shuttle Service: 
Groome Transportation 928.350.8466 or https://groometransportation.com/prescott/

Directions to Prescott College: (From Phoenix)
Take Interstate I-17 north toward Flagstaff (approximately 62 miles)
Take exit #262 onto AZ-69 west toward Prescott – go 33.8 miles
Take ramp onto Gurley St. (AZ-69 becomes Gurley St.) – go 1.8 miles
Continue west on Gurley Street (past the courthouse square and Whiskey Row) to Grove Ave.
Turn right on Grove – Prescott College is located on the second and third blocks on the left
 
Directions to Prescott College: (From Flagstaff)
Take Interstate I-17 south towards Phoenix (approximately 62 miles)
Take exit #278 onto AZ-169 toward Prescott
Turn right on Cherry Rd. (AZ-169) - go 15 miles
Turn right on AZ-69 – go 14.8 miles
Take ramp onto Gurley St. (AZ-69 becomes Gurley St.) – go 1.8 miles
Continue west on Gurley Street (past the courthouse square and Whiskey Row) to Grove Ave.
Turn right on Grove – Prescott College is located on the second and third blocks on the left

Online

We're excited to have you join the Prescott College community! Below you will find access to resources and information to help you plan the next step of your educational journey. 

Please review the steps below to confirm your spot and to prepare for the start of the program.

Step 1 - Confirm Your Attendance: Contact your admissions counselor to let them know if you intend to enroll. If your program requires a deposit, you can pay it here: https://prescott.afford.com/PPT/MakeAPayment. This non-refundable deposit is required to establish your college email and service accounts.

Step 2 - IT onboard: After your deposit is received, the Prescott College IT department will email you to setup your prescott.edu e-mail address and MyPrescott school accounts. Please follow the instructions provided in their e-mail to ensure that your accounts are established.

Step 3 - FAFSA and Financial Aid: If you have not finished your FAFSA form, you must complete it at https://fafsa.ed.gov/. Use school code 013659. Once you have completed the FAFSA form you are welcome to contact our Financial Aid Department at 928-350-1111 or finaid@prescott.edu with any additional questions or concerns.

All incoming Prescott College students are required to participate in New Student Orientation at the beginning of their first semester. For students in the limited-residency programs, orientation will take place online. Master of Science in Counseling students will have an on-campus orientation. During orientation, you will receive information and experience activities designed to guide you through your specific program. You will also have the opportunity to meet with faculty.

Orientation is a time to learn the basics of your program, meet some of your fellow cohort members and learn what your educational journey at Prescott will entail. 

 

Spring 2020 Orientation Dates:

Online - TBD

MS in Counseling Orientation and Colloquium - January 8, 2020 through January 11, 2020 - (on campus)

 

Questions? Contact Academic Operations at 928-350-3224 or academic_operations@prescott.edu

Additional Online Orientation Information -
After clicking a link below, click "register as a guest"

Undergraduate
Master of Arts
Master's in Counseling
Master's in Education
Ph.D.
 

Below is contact information for the departments involved in bringing you on board. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to reach out. We are here for you!

For detailed information about Prescott, lodging, dining, and more, please click the link below. 

Visiting Prescott

Phoenix’s Sky Harbor Airport is the nearest large airport, about 100 miles south of Prescott. Plan to make shuttle arrangements coinciding with airline arrival and departure. Shuttle vans run several times daily between various locations in Prescott and Sky Harbor Airport (see below). Travel to and from the airport and Prescott is approximately 2 hours.
 
Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is a smaller airport in the Phoenix area which houses Allegiant, Spirit, and Frontier Airlines. There are no direct shuttles between Prescott and this airport, but students can take a shuttle between Sky Harbor and Gateway (Phoenix Gateway Direct or 855-982-2555). The shuttle between airports takes about 45 minutes.
 
There is also a small airfield near Prescott, Ernest A. Love Field, with direct flights to a few international airports, including Los Angeles and Denver.

Shuttle Service: 
Groome Transportation 928.350.8466 or https://groometransportation.com/prescott/

Directions to Prescott College: (From Phoenix)
Take Interstate I-17 north toward Flagstaff (approximately 62 miles)
Take exit #262 onto AZ-69 west toward Prescott – go 33.8 miles
Take ramp onto Gurley St. (AZ-69 becomes Gurley St.) – go 1.8 miles
Continue west on Gurley Street (past the courthouse square and Whiskey Row) to Grove Ave.
Turn right on Grove – Prescott College is located on the second and third blocks on the left
 
Directions to Prescott College: (From Flagstaff)
Take Interstate I-17 south towards Phoenix (approximately 62 miles)
Take exit #278 onto AZ-169 toward Prescott
Turn right on Cherry Rd. (AZ-169) - go 15 miles
Turn right on AZ-69 – go 14.8 miles
Take ramp onto Gurley St. (AZ-69 becomes Gurley St.) – go 1.8 miles
Continue west on Gurley Street (past the courthouse square and Whiskey Row) to Grove Ave.
Turn right on Grove – Prescott College is located on the second and third blocks on the left