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Graduate Student Resources

Academics (Find the link to your particular academic program):

Student Financial Services (Financial Aid and Paying your Bill):

Where to live?

Campus Services

Student Involvement:
Events on and off campus including some student clubs/organizations managed by graduate students (log in with your Onekey):
The mobile version of Engage is called Corq which is downloadable through Apple Store and Google Play. 
If you are looking to get involved on campus or have ideas what to do for graduate students, email

Health Center: 
Pratt Health Services is open for limited in-person services, and remains available virtually and for telehealth visits during regular hours. During the COVID-19 pandemic, our dedicated staff will continue to provide our students with excellent care, albeit in a non-traditional way.

Counseling Center: 
The Counseling Center provides currently enrolled Pratt students confidential and free short-term individual and group psychotherapy, assessment, consultation, and referrals to outside providers. We are staffed by licensed psychologists and clinical social workers who specialize in working with young adults and have a wealth of experience in college mental health. In addition, a consulting psychiatrist is available for psychotropic medication evaluation.

Learning/Access Center (L/AC) (accommodations for disabilities, veteran resources, and academic support):
The Learning/Access Center (formerly Disability Resource Center) provides comprehensive academic support services that are available to all Pratt students. The L/AC also facilitates full access for students with disabilities and veterans so that they can freely and actively participate in all facets of Pratt life.

Office of International Affairs (OIA):
The mission of the Office of International Affairs (OIA) at Pratt is to welcome, advocate for and serve our international community by providing high quality and expert service. As international educators, the OIA  enables the Pratt community to appreciate the wisdom, breadth, and cultural diversity of our international students and exchange visitors.

Center for Career and Professional Development (CCPD) (provides a variety of services related to searching for internship or full time employment):
The Center for Career and Professional Development (CCPD) provides life-long access to career management education, inspiration, and support for students and alumni to develop their full potential as creative practitioners with clarity, competence and confidence.

Graduate Student Engagement Fund (GSEF):
GSEF offers funding opportunities for independent or group research outside of your academic curriculum. Applications are due early fall and spring semesters, with a summer option for those who are not graduating. More information can be found at

Student Success 
The Student Success Center has academic coaching and tutoring services available to all Pratt students. Students can choose from in-person or virtual appointments.

Plan Your Campus Visit

Surrounding both campuses:

Myrtle Ave is the main strip of shops and restaurants near the Brooklyn Campus. More information found here:

There are also a variety of places located on Dekalb and Lafayette Avenues. 

There are a variety of restaurants in the blocks surrounding the Pratt Manhattan campus including the world famous Chelsea Market

Connecting with fellow graduate students: 

Discord server Pratt Grad Students
Log into 

  1. Go to Explore Public Servers icon on the left side
  2. Under Discover select Student Hubs
  3. You will be asked to enter your Pratt Student email
  4. Once you are in, you can search for Pratt Grad Students or find us under Social & Study

Facebook group Pratt Graduate Students 

Apps to download

(available in both Google Play and App Store)

Pratt Safe:
This contains health and safety resources available at Pratt and in the greater New York City community. 

This is the mobile version of Engage. You will be able to access your Eventpass on it.