2019 Tuition and Fees
Tuition: $3,985 (four classes, four elective college credits)
Application Fee: $50 (nonrefundable, due with application)
Deposit: $600 (nonrefundable, applied to tuition)
Student Activities Fee: $425
Transportation: $127 (estimated cost for NYC MTA month-long unlimited card. For Brooklyn residential students only.)
On Campus Housing: $1,081
Meal Plan Residence: $853 (mandatory and for Brooklyn residential students only)
Meal Plan Commuter: $224 (optional and includes lunch, only for commuters)
*Tuition and fees are subject to change.
** Material costs are estimated at $400. Material lists are shared by faculty before or at the start of classes.
Merit scholarship applicants are encouraged to apply early, as they are limited, very competitive and typically awarded to the earliest qualifiers. Merit Scholarship awards range in amounts offered. Students who are awarded a Merit Scholarship are notified of the amount offered within the letter of acceptance.
Students applying for a Merit Scholarship will need to express their interest on the application form and upload two letters of recommendation as well as two samples of artwork. Applicant's choice of medium, for example: sketches, photography, painting, writing etc. Merit scholarship applicants are reviewed based on their overall application submission on a competitive basis.
The Black Alumni at Pratt (BAP) sponsor a full scholarship program for Black and Latinx students who are New York State residents, registered in New York State high schools. Please review the eligibility qualifications and application form carefully.
Please note, previous PreCollege participants are not eligible for these scholarships.