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Safety and Support Resources

Safety Resources

As a reminder, any students, faculty, or staff who do not feel safe at any time on Pratt’s campuses are encouraged to take advantage of the following services. Call Campus Safety at 718.636.3540/3541 on the Brooklyn campus or 212.647.7776 at Pratt Manhattan. You can use Campus Safety’s Text the Director number (347.497.0959) to address immediate/nonemergency situations. Also, Campus Safety offers vehicle escorts 24 hours a day if students would like to be driven from one building to another on the Brooklyn campus, inclusive of those between Myrtle and Higgins. 

Counseling Resources for Students

Pratt’s counselors are available if you need someone to speak with about your concerns and challenges. The Counseling Center is located on the 3rd floor in the ISC Building and is open from 9 AM to 5 PM, M–F. You can email or call 718.687.5356 to set up an appointment. Crisis counseling is also available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, by calling the Counseling Center at 718.687.5356. Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Delmy Lendof and Director of Student Involvement Emma Legge are also available in the Student Affairs Office on the lower level of Main Hall in room 008. Martha Cedarholm, the Director of Student Support and Advocacy, can also assist you with any other needs or questions that you might have. You can visit her in the ISC Building, room 104, call her at 718.399.4546, or email her at

Counseling Resources for Faculty and Staff

Faculty and staff can seek support through Pratt’s Employee Assistance Program, which is also available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at 1.800.311.4327 (TDD 800.697.0353). Additionally, faculty members are encouraged to reach out to Human Resources or the Provost’s Office with any personnel or academic concerns they may have that may affect their work at Pratt.

Community Standards, Discrimination, and Harassment

At Pratt, we actively denounce xenophobia, racism, bigotry, prejudice, bullying, antisemitism, anti-Muslim hatred, and religious intolerance of any kind. It is the responsibility of each and every Pratt community member to create a culture in which everyone can thrive without fear of hate, bias, discrimination, and/or harassment.

Please take a moment to review our Community Standards, Nondiscrimination and Harassment Policies on the Title IX and Nondiscrimination web page.If you have experienced an incident of bias, discrimination, harassment, or would like to disclose an incident regarding a student, faculty, or staff member, please fill out the new Discrimination and Harassment Disclosure Form. Submitting a disclosure form allows the Institute to investigate and take appropriate actions to address your concerns. If you prefer to report any other concerns, you may submit an incident report.

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