Welcome to the Prescott College Online Classroom!

If you do not remember your password, you can reset it using the Prescott College Password Management Tool. Please remember your username is first.last and you do not need to use your "@student.prescott.edu" address in the username.

If you continue to have difficulty, please contact Learning Technology at elearning@prescott.edu or 928-350-4410.

Looking for books?  

Here is a list of all current books and Prescott College's Book Store link. 

Important New Policy

Courses will be available for approximately 45 days after the end of the course and then will be turned off. Instructor permission will be needed to reopen a course. Exceptions to this policy are the PHD and PASS courses. Please download any resources or items needed for portfolio or personal use before that time. Thank you.

Prescott College Orientations

Please click the appropriate link below for the program orientation you will be attending. Please enter as a guest and use the password you were given in your email. If you have any questions, please contact elearning@prescott.edu.

Resident Undergraduate 

New Student Portal

Limited-Residency Undergraduate

Orientation Dashboard

Limited-Residency Master of Arts

Orientation Dashboard

Masters of Science in Counseling

Orientation Dashboard

Masters of Education

Orientation Dashboard


Orientation Dashboard

Prescott College Learning Goals

A strong foundation in the Liberal Arts prepares students to be lifelong learners, critical thinkers,and creative problem-solvers by engaging them in a broad, interwoven range of models of inquiry. This foundation of knowledge and skills allows students to understand societies and their histories, cultures, arts, aspirations, and challenges.  It prepares students to find, evaluate and analyze information, as well as integrate and synthesize the practical and theoretical aspects of their learning.  They develop an understanding of their obligation to respond to the needs of the greater community of humans and the natural world.

  • Competence within specific field of study

  • Humanities & Arts Knowledge

  • Civic Engagement

  • Ecological Literacy

  • Skills for Inquiry, Analysis, & Synthesis

  • Global Cultural Literacy

  • Skills for Self-Direction and Lifelong Learning