College News

A Statement from President John Flicker

We are dismayed to see the ugly racist messages circulating on social media in our community about Patrisse Cullors, a member of our faculty at Prescott College. Patrisse is a professional artist and educator living in Los Angeles who is the Faculty Director of our online Master of Fine Arts program. Her inspiring work is recognized across the globe and we are honored that she is a part of the Prescott Community.  She is also a co-founder of Black Lives Matter. 

Alum Profile: Sam Bellis

Since graduating in the spring of 2019, Sam Bellis has had the opportunity to dive right into a job that applied the many skills she gathered during her time at Prescott College. After keeping a close eye on job boards upon graduation, Sam happened upon a position at the Galena Creek Visitor Center in Reno, Nevada. This position (Visitor Services Coordinator) focused on environmental education under the umbrella organization the Great Basin Institute.

Alum Profile: Michael Damioli

It is an exciting time as Michael Damioli and his partner Cortland Mathers-Suter gear up to open their brand new business: Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery (CMAR), a mental health and addiction treatment center in Denver, Colorado. For Damioli, his journey to this milestone has been full of excitement, uncertainty, and personal growth. The center, CMAR, opens on May 18th, 2020 with the intention of admitting and treating the opioid-dependent population in Denver, Colorado.

Senior Project Profile: Lutece Moriniere

For Lutece Moriniere, being able to see the big picture is critical to understanding the consequences of human action. Graduating with her bachelors degree in the spring of 2020, this senior is continuing her education as she aims to complete her masters degree the following fall. It may seem unusual that an Environmental Studies student with a passion for marine studies would pursue a masters degree in Social Justice and Community Organizing, but to Lutece, the connection between these two fields of study are critical to understanding wider impacts.