The mission of Parent and Family Programs at Pratt is to provide parents with the resources to support and encourage the success of their Pratt student. Pratt Institute recognizes that parents are valuable members of the Pratt community and have much to contribute to Pratt. We encourage parent involvement in the Pratt Community.
- Pratt seeks to develop a relationship with parents that is a partnership. We believe that parents are partners in our efforts to help our students become responsible advocates for themselves.
- To further this partnership, we are committed to taking parent concerns into consideration when appropriate and for communicating with parents about events, deadlines and other information relevant to the Pratt student experience.
- While we value the involvement of parents, we promote student responsibility. Therefore whenever possible we work directly with students in order to provide appropriate services, support them as they meet the challenges of the Pratt experience and respond to their concerns and questions.
Parent and Family programs keeps in touch with parents via the email they provided on their student's admissions application. If you would like to add an email or change your email address, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Find us on Facebook at Pratt Institute Parents, or check out our blog, where we make regular updates.
Parent Access at parents.pratt.edu
Students now have the option of granting a parent or other guardian the right to access academic records, financial records, or both. This can be done through the Academic Tools student menu (under My Personal Information). If the person is not already in you records, students must first "Request add of Parent."
Parent and Family Blog
Parent and Family programs now keeps a blog with continuous updates, as opposed to a newsletter. We rely on parent feedback to generate new topics and ideas, so if you have a question or an idea for a blog post, please let us know. Contact us at email@example.com.
Pratt seeks to develop a relationship with parents that is a partnership. We believe that parents are partners in our efforts to help our students become responsible advocates for themselves.