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Diverse, experimental, deeply caring—Pratt’s culture is hard to describe, but it’s easy to feel. So the best way to experience Pratt is to come by for a visit. Step into an open studio, stop by the Textile Dye Garden, and discover the library’s iconic Tiffany glass collection; the creative energy you’ll feel through it all is exactly what students say makes Pratt, Pratt.


Explore Campus on Your Own

Visiting our Brooklyn campus outside of our regularly scheduled tours? Download our self-guided tour and explore Pratt at your leisure. Please be advised, Pratt’s campus will be closed to the public on December 25th.

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Pratt Campus and Classroom photos.
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Visit us on campus

We’d love to host you and your family for a visit to our Brooklyn campus. Tours happen at 10am and 2pm on most weekdays, and reservations are required. Be sure to plan ahead—you’ll need to book your tour at least 48 hours in advance and spots fill up quickly.

Take a virtual tour

Can’t make it in person? Get to know Pratt from anywhere in the world with our virtual campus tour. We’ll show you the dorms, dining halls, studios, and more in a journey that’s both immersive and informative.

Attend an information session

Our community is distinctly curious, so we encourage you to ask questions. In our virtual information sessions, a member of our admissions team will answer some of the most common questions we hear, covering the application process, portfolio requirements, majors, and more. These sessions last about an hour and a half and take place on select Thursdays and Saturdays—be sure to check the schedule below for exact dates.

Meet with a counselor

We host counselor meetings to demystify the application process and portfolio reviews to help you understand how we think and what we’re looking for. Schedule an appointment in person or virtually to learn what to expect and how to put your best work forward.

  1. Pratt students come from 48 states and 71 countries. As near as Prospect Heights and as far as Seoul and Sydney.