Tuition costs are listed alongside each course description. See below if you qualify for any discounts. All tuition is due at the time of registration.
All fees are due at the time of registration, are nonrefundable, and are not subject to discount.
Special Fees | Any lab, model, studio, materials, or other fees appear with the course description and must be paid at the time of registration with the tuition fee.
Application Fee | Certificate candidates pay an additional $100 fee per certificate.
Uncollectible Check Fee | A $25 surcharge will be imposed for processing any uncollectible checks.
Veterans should consult with the Veterans Administration Regional Office to verify their benefits. A letter from the VA confirming benefits must accompany the student’s registration form.
Senior citizens (age 65+) and Pratt Alumni are entitled to a 10% discount of tuition. Discounts apply only once and apply to current semester only. Discounts are not retroactive and do not apply to special fees.
Pratt faculty and staff may be eligible for tuition remission subject to the established guidelines set by the Pratt Institute Human Resources Office. Tuition remission is permitted only after sufficient registration has been attained by paid students.
Withdrawals and refund requests can be emailed or submitted in person to SCPS. All requests must be made in writing. Allow four-to-six weeks for refunds to be processed.
For non-credit courses meeting for ten or more sessions:
- To receive 100% tuition refund, a withdrawal request must be received by the SCPS office two business days before the first class begins.
- To receive an 80% tuition refund, a withdrawal request must be received by the SCPS office two business days before the second class begins.
No refunds will be issued after the second class begins.
Please Note: Withdrawal or refund requests cannot be made by telephone or through the instructor.
For non-credit seminars and courses meeting less than 10 sessions:
- To receive 100% tuition refund, a withdrawal request must be received six business days before the first meeting:
Withdrawal by Email
Register Early | We recommend students register at least one week before the start of the course. Many courses fill quickly and those with low enrollment risk cancellation. Register early to secure a seat in the course of your choice!
FOUR Ways to Register
Online | Visit www.pratt.edu/scps and follow the links to register online with a credit card. We accept American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa, and E-check.
In Person | Visit our Brooklyn or Manhattan office during office hours: Monday–Friday 10 AM–6 PM. The only pay method accepted in person are check or money order.
Mail | Mail your completed registration form with check or money order (payable to Pratt Institute, SCPS) or credit card number to:
Pratt Institute, SCPS
144 W 14th Street, Room 209
New York, NY 10011
International students must contact SCPS to register for any SCPS course
Perry Han, Director of Enrollment Management for Non-Credit Courses
212.647.7199 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Human Rights Policy
The Institute is committed to the recognition and preservation of each individual's human rights and does not discriminate or tolerate harassment on the basis of gender, race, color, religion or creed, marital status, age, sexual orientation, status as a veteran, political beliefs, disability, citizenship, genetic information, and national or ethnic origin with respect to the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to all members of its academic community. Such rights, privileges, programs and activities include, but are not limited to, employment at the Institute, admissions, financial aid, scholarships, access to housing, educational programs, co-curricular activities, and participation in athletic programs.
Information for Individuals with Disabilities
Students requiring arrangements to be made for special services in class (such as sign language, scribe, wheelchair access, etc) must contact the SCPS office at time of registration to make their request.