2019-2020 Undergraduate Tuition and Fees
- 1–11 Undergraduate Credits: $1,670 per credit
- 12–18 Undergraduate Credits: $51,754 annually
- 19+ Undergraduate Credits: $51,754 plus $1,670 per credit in excess of 18 credits
Fees vary according to program.
Academic Facilities Fees
- Full-time (Fall and Spring): $350 Per semester
- Part-time (Fall and Spring): $195 Per semester
- Summer Term All Students: $195 Per semester
- Full-time (Fall and Spring): $325 Per semester
- Part-time (Fall and Spring): $165 Per semester
- Summer Term All Students: $165 Per semester
Student Health Services Fee (Mandatory Fee that is not the same as Student Health Insurance)
**Waived for Study Abroad Students
- Full-time (Fall and Spring): $200 Per semester
- Part-time (Fall and Spring): $102 Per semester
Student Activities Fee
**Waived for Study Abroad Students
- Full-time (Fall and Spring): $155 Per semester
- Part-time (Fall and Spring): $92 Per semester
- International Students (Full-Time): $100 Per semester (Fall and Spring)
- International Students (Part-Time): $75 Per semester (Fall and Spring)
Health Insurance Fee 2019–2020
$TBD per semester
GEOBLUE (International Student Insurance) - **Varies on length of stay
(Required for all students studying abroad except for Copenhagen)
TUITION INSURANCE FEE 2019–2020
$150 Per Semester
Students may opt of this service for the year and waive the fee using the Tuition Insurance Waiver. Approved waivers for the Fall term, will used to automatically waive the fee for the Spring term.
Shop Safety Course
$100 Flat fee in addition to all other charges.
Architecture Shop Fees
**Waived for Study Abroad Students
STUDY ABROAD FEES
- Study Abroad fee: $400
- International student fee: $75
Digital Arts Fees
- All 100/200/300 Level Courses: $45 per course
- All 400/500 Level Courses: $55 per course
- All 600 level Courses: $65 per course
Deduct the Student Health Insurance Fee if you have completed your waiver online.
Deduct the Dewar’s Tuition Insurance Fee if you have completed your waiver online.
Students are accessed 100% of all fees when dropping classes and incurring penalties during the drop/add period.
Dormitory and meal plans are charged by the Residential Life Office. Payment is expected in full for these charges by the payment due date. If a charge is incorrect or missing, please contact Residential Life at 718.399.4550 immediately to make adjustments on your invoice and to verify your assignment. You can always check any changes to your bill online at my.pratt.edu.
Mandatory Medical Insurance
All students are required to have medical insurance. Pratt charges all students every semester to ensure each student is covered. For those students with existing medical coverage, an online waiver must be completed by the waiver deadline in order to avoid the student health insurance fee. You will be required to waive the insurance once each semester at the Pratt Waiver website.
For information regarding your medical insurance options, please contact the Health Services office 718.399.4542 or click here.
- Students and community 50% of the published “per credit” tuition rate for each course.
- Pratt Alumni 40% of the published “per credit “tuition rate for each course.
- All persons auditing courses are charged 100% of all fees.
Zero Credit Internships
- Zero credit internships may have billing credits which are charged at 30% of the “per credit” rate.
- All zero credit internships are charged 100% of all fees.
Pratt Institute Refund Policy
For all students, the following course withdrawal penalty schedules apply:
For the Fall and Spring Academic Year:
- Full Refund: Withdrawal prior to and including the opening day of the term
- 85% Tuition Refund: Withdrawal from the second through the eighth day of the term
- 70% Tuition Refund: Withdrawal from the ninth through the 15th day of the term
- 55% Tuition Refund: Withdrawal from the 16th through the 22nd day of the term
- No Refund: Withdrawal after the 22nd day of the term
Summer 2019 Refund Policy
- Prior to and including May 20: Full Refund
- May 21–27: 55% Refund
- After May 27: No Refund
VA and Third Party Company Billing
- Students must provide written documentation from the third party billing sponsor advising how much and when payment will be received for a given semester. The documentation should come from the third party billing sponsor and indicate the term the funds being received are for. The documentation should also clearly state whether any excess funds are to be refunded to the student or sent back to the third party billing sponsor.
- Students will be financially cleared only in the event the third party billing sponsor is covering tuition, fees and any other charges in full. THE INSTITUTE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO BLOCK FUTURE REGISTRATIONS IN THE EVENT THE THIRD PARTY BILLING SPONSOR HAS NOT PAID THEIR PORTION PRIOR TO THE BEGINNING OF A SUBSEQUENT SEMESTER.
- Students will not be financially cleared in the event the third party billing sponsor is only covering a portion of the tuition and fees unless the portion not covered by the third party sponsor is paid in full by some other means.
- Students can apply for refunds only in the event that the third party billing sponsor letter has been received and either payment in full is as a result of the letter, or additional financial aid must be in an approved status at the time the letter is presented. Refunds are not available until after the drop/add period ends for each semester.
- Students should bring or send the original documentation to Ms. Loretta Edwards - Student Financial Services - 200 Willoughby Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11205 Myrtle Hall 6th Floor.
- Third party billing sponsors are typically not billed until after the drop period ends each semester in order to ensure there are no future changes to registration. Students are ultimately responsible for any changes that occur to billing after the third party sponsor payment has been received.
- Questions concerning VA Billing for Chapter 33 are handled by the Registrar's Office, Ms. Charlotte Outlaw-Yorker - 200 Willoughby Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11205 Myrtle Hall 6th Floor.
1098T Tax Credit Information
Heartland ECSI will have 2017, 2018 1098T information in their system. For any forms older than 2017 please contact the Student Financial Services Office directly.
We can only provide reprints for a prior year.
Current year forms are only available through July 1.
Changes for 2018:
In years prior to 2018, your 1098T included a figure in Box 2 that represented the Qualified Tuition and Related Expenses (QTRE) we billed to your student account for the calendar (tax) year.
Due to a change in institutional reporting requirements under federal law, beginning with tax year 2018, (forms you will receive in 2019) we will report in Box 1 the amount of QTRE you paid during the year.
Depending on your income (or your family’s income, if you are a dependent), whether you were considered enrolled full or half-time, and the amount of your qualified educational expenses for the year, you may be eligible for a federal education tax credit. (You can find detailed information about claiming education tax credits in IRS Publication 970, page 9.)
The dollar amounts reported on your Form 1098T may assist you in completing IRS Form 8863 – the form used for calculating the education tax credits that a taxpayer may claim as part of your tax return.
We cannot give tax information therefore it is best to talk to an accountant or tax preparer to determine if you qualify. If your form is not available online, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a complete copy of your tuition bill for tax purposes, please contact Student Financial Services directly at email@example.com.
If you have any questions, please visit http://www.ecsi.net/taxinfo.html for information regarding your tax documents and to obtain contact information for Heartland ECSI.
IRS Pub 970 www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p970.pdf
IRS Form 8863 www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f8863.pdf
For Canadian Students: Please provide the Canadian form to Ms. Loretta Edwards, Myrtle Hall 6th Floor, to be completed and returned to you. Please allow 48–72 hours for the form to be completed.
Late Fees, Interest, and Return (Bounce Check) Fees
- A late fee of $195 will be charged for any unpaid balance after the initial disbursement of financial aid has been applied for each semester.
- The Return Check fee is $25. The Institute reserves the right not to accept any subsequent personal checks after a check has been bounced.
General and Miscellaneous Fees
- Application Fee: $50
- Application Fee - International Students: $90
- Acceptance Deposit: $300
- Residence Deposit: $300
- Fee for issuance of Diploma: $35
- International Student Transfer Credit Evaluation Fee: $30
- Thesis Submittal Fee (Per Copy): $100
- Parking Permit: $200 - Lost or stolen Permits: $25 - apply for your permit here: prattcard.pratt.edu/Parking/
- $25 Lost/Stolen ID Card – ID Card Replacement Fee
- A. Deposit: $100
- B. Fee: 30% of the Undergraduate per credit rate 2018-19: $482
- Regular Request (Internet): $7.50 (includes $2.50 Clearing House Cost)
- Express (Internet): $10
- Other (In Person): $15.00
- U.P.S. Service (Internet): $18.50
Undergraduate Department Deposits
FA Studio Refundable Deposits
- BFA Senior Painting and Drawing Refundable Studio Deposit $10 deposit for entire year
- BFA Sculpture Refundable Key Deposit - $10 for combined Junior and Senior year
- Deposits are paid to Student Financial Services and refunded by check
- BFA Senior Jewelry Refundable Studio Deposit - $25 deposit for entire year
Photography Lab Fees
- Basic Lab Fee for PHOT 100-600 level courses,:$60
Fee provides students access to checking out equipment for use off-campus and use of the B&W and color darkrooms. This fee is paid once per semester regardless of the number of PHOTO 100-600 courses in which a student is enrolled.
- Digital Printing Fee required for PHOT 210, 220, 414, 474, 475: $100
Fee provides students access to digital /labs and unlimited printing on the small-format inkjet printers.
- Digital Mural Printing Fee required for PHOT 211,212, 221 455: $250
Fee provides students access to all digital labs and unlimited printing on inkjet printers including the large format inkjet printers.
- Non-Silver Photo Lab Fee required for PHOT 415, 416: $150
Fee provides students access and chemistry for the non-silver lab.
- Lighting Studio Fee required for PHOT 222, 422, 466, $75
Fee provides access to lighting studios and equipment
Film and Video Fees
Basic Lab Fee for a Single 100–400 Level Course: $50
Fee per Each Additional 100–400 Level Course: $10
Library Reproduction Fees
Image Fees Summary
$10 Already digitized ($10 handling fee for up to 5 images, after that, additional $1 per image)
$25 New digital files per image ($25set up fee which covers up to 5images, after that, additional $1 per image)
$25 Handling for fragile/rare materials (additional $50 per hour, with a ½ hr minimum of $25)
Rush fees (additional 50% of total fee)
CD or DVD (additional $5 per order plus variable shipping/delivery fee)
Library Late Fines
$0.2 Circulating books - per day
$0.2 Picture files - per day per envelope
$2 Course reserve items – per hour or portion thereof
$5 Interlibrary loan items—per day
$1 Film and Videos, DVDs—per day
$5 Film and Videos, 16mm—per day
$12 Multimedia equipment—per day
$0.5 35mm Slides—per day per box
Library Lost Item Replacement Fees
$90 Circulating books (additional $15 may be charged if a softcover is replacing a hardcover book)
$25 Picture files
$90 Course reserve items
$90 1 Day Loans
Interlibrary loan items—Lending library determine replacement costs
Film and Videos—DVDs & 16mm—replacement cost
Multimedia equipment—Replacement cost
35mm Slides—Determined by Department
Friends of the Library Fees
$100 General Public (For library access privileges & book borrowing—two book limit)
$20 Lock (Core) Replacement – Residential Life
$3 Key Replacement Residential Life
$25 Unreturned Mailbox Key
Fees are payable to the Student Financial Services Office.