Scheduling Your Visit
We invite undergraduate and graduate students to visit Pratt!
Undergraduate and graduate information sessions should be scheduled online. Currently, only virtual sessions are offered.
Limited on-campus tours are currently available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Online registration is not currently available for campus tours. Tours are limited to one family per tour and are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. Reservations are required.
Undergraduate and graduate counselor meetings and portfolio reviews (undergraduates only) must be scheduled by emailing email@example.com and may not be scheduled online.
We recommend that graduate students contact their department directly to schedule a visit.
National Portfolio Days: The fall and spring 2021/2022 portfolio day schedules are listed online. See links below.
Pratt Institute has three campuses:
Brooklyn Campus: A 25-acre residential main campus home to all undergraduate and graduate programs except construction management, two year Associate’s Degree programs, and several graduate programs.
Manhattan Campus: Home to two-year Associate's Degree programs, construction management, and graduate programs in library and information science, museums and digital culture, data analytics and visualization, user experience design, School of Information advanced certificates, design management, arts and cultural management, facilities management, and real estate practice. Pratt’s Manhattan campus is an historic building located at 144 W. 14th Street between 6th and 7th Avenues, NY.
Utica, NY: (PrattMWP) Undergraduate programs only.
Undergraduate and Associate's Degree Applicants
See us on the road in your state
See us at a National Portfolio Day
Take a campus tour
Attend an Information Session
Graduate Masters' Degree Applicants
Attend an information session
See us at a Graduate National Portfolio Day
Take a campus tour
Pratt's sculpture park was recognized as one of the 10 best college and university campus art collections in the country by Public Art Review.