Effective May 11, 2023, proof of COVID-19 vaccinations, boosters, and exemptions is no longer required for new or current Pratt students, faculty, or staff, and will no longer be a determinator for Pratt ID access. Pratt strongly encourages all community members to remain up-to-date with the latest COVID-19 vaccines and boosters. Pratt will continue to follow guidance from the CDC, as well as city, state, and federal directives, and may revise policies if circumstances require.
General COVID-19 Health Guidance
All students, faculty, and staff should be reminded to continue to follow the key COVID-19 prevention measures:
- Stay home if sick.
- Keep physical distance when possible. If you are not vaccinated, stay at least 6 feet from others.
- Keep your hands clean. Wash your hands often with soap and water. Use an alcohol based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available.
COVID-19 Positive Cases
Pratt community members are asked to continue to report positive cases of COVID-19 using the positive COVID-19 Reporting & Exposure Form.
Visit our FAQs for answers to many questions including what to do if you test positive for COVID-19.
Effective May 11, 2023, proof of COVID-19 vaccinations, boosters, and exemptions is no longer required for new or current Pratt students, faculty, or staff, and will no longer be a determinator for Pratt ID access.
Pratt Health Services offer on-campus tests by appointment for any student who is symptomatic or has a known COVID-19 exposure.
Effective Thursday, April 13, 2023, wearing a mask is no longer required anywhere on Pratt’s campuses, including in instructional spaces.
Mask wearing is still strongly encouraged and, as a community, we respect and support those who choose to wear a mask. Community members are also strongly encouraged to test if they are experiencing symptoms of the virus or have been exposed to someone with COVID, and to stay home if they are sick.