NOTICE: All on-campus visits, including campus tours, information sessions, and counselor appointments are suspended until further notice due to the Coronavirus and have been replaced with virtual options listed below.
Virtual General Undergraduate Information Sessions for prospective students have been created to replace on-campus visits and are now available and listed at pratt.edu/admissions/visiting-pratt/visit-undergrad/information-sessions/ In addition to registering for a virtual information session, we invite prospective undergraduate students to arrange a virtual meeting with an admissions counselor for general information and for an optional portfolio review (visual portfolios only) by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration for the virtual information sessions online at https://pratt.edu.185r.net/Event/?_ga=2.1960241.1048992137.1593450087-1121837572.1570131432
Information about fall national portfolio days will be posted by September. All portfolio days will be virtual this year. See our Meet with a Counselor Page.
To schedule a graduate visit, please contact your graduate department directly using the campus directory at the bottom of the page. Graduate virtual information sessions will also be posted by late-August at https://www.pratt.edu/admissions/visiting-pratt/visit-grad/info-session-grad/ and will be hosted by the individual graduate departments.
Information about graduate national portfolio days in the fall will be posted by September. All portfolio days will be virtual this year. See our Meet with a Pratt Representative Page.
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Brooklyn and Manhattan visit options are listed below. Program locations are below as well.
Visiting the Brooklyn Campus
Prospective students and their families are encouraged to visit Pratt’s Brooklyn campus by
(1) taking a campus tour, or
(2) scheduling an information session, or
(3) arranging a portfolio review in the spring, summer, or fall (undergraduates only).
Pratt's beautifully landscaped 25-acre residential campus is a surprise to most visitors who cannot believe it exists in the middle of Brooklyn. Visitors describe it as a quiet oasis with a traditional college feeling within one of the leading art and design schools in the world.
All students are invited to schedule a Brooklyn campus tour. You may view additional visit options below or by using the navigation menu on the left. Registration is required for all admissions events. Campus tours are not available from mid-December to mid-January.
Please note that if you are a high school art class or other group interested in scheduling a visit, please do not register online but email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office at 718.636.3779. Group tours are for high school groups in grades 10–12 and are offered on Wednesdays only. We do not meet with middle or elementary school groups.
Brooklyn Campus Tours
Monday and Friday at 10 AM, 12 PM, or 2 PM
Tuesday and Thursday at 10 AM or 2 PM
Wednesday: High School or other group tours only
Student-guided tours of Pratt's main campus include most undergraduate art and design studios, undergraduate architecture facilities, dining halls, career services, a freshman residence hall room (if available), athletic resource center, and library. Tours take approximately one and half hours. Please note that tours are general, and they are not designed to cover financial aid information or information about specific majors.
Graduate students: Although you are welcome to join a Brooklyn campus tour, please note that tours do not include graduate facilities. We recommend that you contact your department directly to schedule a visit or join an information session. View graduate visit options.
All Brooklyn campus tours leave from the Admissions Office on the 2nd floor of Myrtle Hall. Myrtle Hall is located across the street from the main campus on Willoughby Avenue; make the first left into the Willoughby Residence Hall parking lot. Myrtle Hall is directly ahead (modern glass building).
Manhattan Campus Tours
Undergraduate tours of the Manhattan campus are available by contacting the department or program in which you are interested directly or by joining an information session.
Associate's Degree Programs
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Graduate students should contact their graduate program department of interest for an appointment. You may also attend a graduate information session in Manhattan.
Academic Programs in Brooklyn
Art and Design Education: Teacher Certification
Communications Design (graphic design, illustration, and branding and art direction)
History of Art and Design (B.A. and B.F.A.)
Critical and Visual Studies
City and Regional Planning
Sustainable Environmental Systems
Urban Placemaking and Management
Art and Design Education: Teacher Certification
History of Art and Design
Performance and Performance Studies
Academic Programs in Manhattan
Associate’s Degree Programs
All School of Information Programs
Arts and Cultural Management
Real Estate Practice
More Ways to Visit Campus
Undergraduate Information Sessions: Attend one of our undergraduate general information sessions and/or our major-specific sessions.
On-campus Portfolio Reviews: Portfolio reviews are available with admissions counselors when visiting from April 1 to December 1 only. Reviews are informal and to give you feedback on your work and to answer questions about Pratt’s programs. Portfolio reviews and interviews are not required for the admissions process or to be accepted.
Off-campus Portfolio Reviews: Pratt's admissions counselors, artists themselves, visit many states in the US as well as Canada, Turkey, India, and South Korea. Make an appointment to see us in your area at your convenience. Receive invaluable guidance on your art portfolio as well as the opportunity to discuss Pratt and your interests with a Pratt representative.
Graduate Information Sessions are offered at the location of the program, Manhattan or Brooklyn.
Pratt's Sculpture was recently ranked among the top ten campus art collections by Public Art Review.