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High school students and transfer students are invited to meet with an admissions counselor on Pratt’s Brooklyn campus from April 1 through November 15. Appointments with 2 weeks notice are required!

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS COUNSELORS:

Although our Admissions Counselors work closely with the schools they are associated with, all of our counselors are knowledgeable about each of Pratt’s schools, departments, and majors, and would be happy to meet with you! Please connect directly with the below Undergraduate Admissions counselors.

School of Architecture

Students with Last Names A-L

John Bezemes
Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions
he/him
jbezemes@pratt.edu

Students with Last Names M-Z

Latrelle Rostant
Admissions Counselor
she/her
lrostant@pratt.edu

School of Design

Michael Barry
Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions
mbarry@pratt.edu

School of Art

Casey Inch
Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions
he/him
cinch@pratt.edu

School of Liberal Arts

Rory Sommers
Senior Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions
she/they
rsommer4@pratt.edu

AAS/AOS Programs

John Bezemes
jbezemes@pratt.edu

International Students

Casey Inch
cinch@pratt.edu

Transfer Students

Rory Sommers
rsommer4@pratt.edu


We do not provide portfolio reviews for graduate students or applicants interested in the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences (Writing, Critical and Visual Studies, BA in History of Art and Design). Construction Management does not require a portfolio. Please note that all portfolio reviews are for feedback and guidance only. They do not constitute a formal official review for admission and are not required.

Portfolio Review And Counselor Meeting Options:

1. In-Person or Virtual Portfolio Reviews: Admissions counselors meet with prospective students during on-campus or virtual meetings/portfolio reviews which are offered Monday through Friday from April 1 to December 1. All visitors to campus must be fully vaccinated as per the information on our campus tours page. Please contact an admissions counselor directly (above) to schedule an in-person or virtual portfolio review.

2. National Portfolio Days: Another way to have your work reviewed is to attend one of the National Portfolio Days in your area. Appointments are not necessary. Both in person and virtual options are available. 

What should you bring to a portfolio review? When meeting with one of our admissions counselors for a portfolio review, please bring no more than 15–20 original pieces of your most recent work in 2-D or 3-D formats as well as sketchbook material, if you have it. Please note that all portfolio reviews are for feedback and guidance only. They do not constitute a formal official review for admission. If you are unable to bring original work, we are happy to view work on your iPad or laptop.

Read about Pratt’s portfolio requirements.

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