Prescott College acknowledged as one of most environmentally responsible.
Prescott College turns 50 this year.
Nearly fifty students and supporters joined the Thursday morning press conference held in the front of the Coalition for Compassion and Justice to express their support for a student-initiated $30 fee per semester to create a scholarship for undocumented students.
About 200 people gathered together at the County Courthouse in the heart of Prescott to say, “No More” to sexual assault and violence.
Students will be required to pay a $30 fee which goes to the Freedom Education Fund at Prescott College for undocumented students.
WEB and the Prescott Film Festival Present LunaFest
Starting in spring 2016 for Arizona teachers, Prescott College offers three new scholarships
Prescott College National Literary Magazine Publishes a 2014 Best American Notable Story