Pratt's Brooklyn Campus Library is located in the neighborhood of Clinton Hill, in a handsome 1896 landmark building with interiors by the Tiffany Glass & Decorating Company. Collections and services are focused on the visual arts, architecture, design, creative writing, and allied fields. Additional materials of general interest support the general education curriculum. The Brooklyn Campus Library houses more than 200,000 volumes of print materials, including 600+ periodicals, rare books, and the college archives.
The Pratt Manhattan Center (PMC) Library is located in historic Greenwich Village bordering the gallery district of Chelsea. The spacious and well-appointed library boasts wired reading tables, a study room, comfortable seating and a garden view. The PMC Library supports the PMC Community and the larger Pratt Community, as well as visiting researchers by appointment. The library collection consists of monographs, serials, multimedia and a picture collection of approximately 30,000 images.
The mission of the Pratt Institute Libraries is to provide outstanding service and access to a resource-rich environment that facilitates critical thinking and creative teaching and learning in the Pratt community. Learn more about the libraries' collections.
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