Welcome to all accepted students for fall and spring and congratulations! We hope that you are seriously considering Pratt as your first choice. Your academic department has mailed your acceptance letter. If you plan to enroll at Pratt Institute, please submit your deposit online at the link below by April 15 or two weeks after the date on your acceptance letter or email, whichever is later.
To enroll at Pratt Institute, please submit your deposit online either at our online deposit page at the link below labeled (1) or by wire transfer using Pratt’s Wire Transfer Process at the link labeled (2) The $500 admissions deposit is non-refundable, and there is also a $300 housing deposit if you intend to live on campus. (You will not receive a confirmation of on-campus housing until June 1). Both deposits are due by December 1 for spring entrance or April 15 for fall or two weeks after the date on your acceptance letter, whichever is later. Housing will be assigned on a first-come first-served basis.
- Submit your Deposits Online: (preferred method): To submit your deposit online, you must have your Pratt ID and your date of birth. You should have received your Pratt ID with your acceptance email. You will receive an immediate confirmation, and your payment will be submitted to us immediately.
- Wire Transfers (only from foreign countries: Pratt now uses FlyWire for wire transfers. Once you have submitted the wire transfer, please notify the admissions office that you have submitted your deposit directly by Flywire by downloading the form below, scanning it, and sending it to email@example.com.
- Students who are unable to submit their deposits in either of these two ways and prefer to submit a check may do so using the form below and mailing it to Office of Admissions, Pratt Institute, 200 Willoughby Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11205.
The deposit form for fall is available to download below. It should be used only if you use the wire transfer process.
After your deposit has been submitted, you will receive your Onekey for access to our portal, as well as next steps. If you want to get started or just review what will need to be submitted, visit our Deposited Students Page (at the bottom of this page).
Financial Aid: Graduate student aid consists of department scholarships, if you were awarded one, with your acceptance letter and government loans for US citizens and permanent residents. To borrow funds up to the cost of attendance, you must have filed the FAFSA first at fafsa.ed.gov. The loan process is outlined on our website.
Off-campus Housing: In addition to on-campus housing, off-campus housing is available in the immediate area, and you can access the resources here.
Please visit our Deposited Graduate Students page.