Fall and Spring Application Deadlines and Timeline
Early Action Deadline (non-binding): November 1.
Regular decision deadline: extended to February 28. All required materials including transcripts, test scores, and portfolio (if required) are due by the 28st.
Early action decisions are mailed by end-December.
Regular decision packets are mailed by April 1.
Transfers: Application deadline: extended to February 28. Decisions for transfers are mailed as they are completed beginning March 1.
Associate's degree applicants
Priority deadline: extended to February 28. Applications will continue to be accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year. Decisions are mailed on a rolling basis.
September 1 (international applicants).
October 1 (US citizens and permanent residents) Decisions mailed mid-late November.
Associate's degree applicants: October 1.
Programs Open for Spring Entrance
Freshmen: Pratt is accepting freshmen for associate degrees, History of Art and Design, and Construction Management.
Transfers: all programs but architecture
Associate's: open to all freshmen and transfers
Submission of Application and Supporting Documents
The online application should be submitted no later than the application deadline. All required documents including portfolio if required should be submitted by the deadline, however you have up to one week after the deadline to send transcripts. The application should be submitted first before the other documents in order to file your documents with your application, but if supplementary documents arrive first, they will be filed and then assembled when your application arrives. If your application is incomplete, we will contact you by email to let you know what is missing in enough time for you to submit the missing document(s). Please check your email and spam filter for communications from Pratt. You may also check your application status online through the application portal.
Undergraduate Application Requirements
Use the links below or the navigation bar on the left to view admissions and portfolio requirements.