Students working on a photoshootCreativity and innovation need a place to thrive.

The transformation of Pratt’s 25-acre Brooklyn campus over the past two decades has restored vitality to one of the nation’s most admired campuses, and earned the Institute a place on Architectural Digest's list of the top 10 colleges nationwide with the best architecture. It has also made Pratt one of New York City's only residential colleges of art and design, allowing Pratt to attract students from across the country and around the world.

Maintaining and enhancing this unique environment remains essential, and the Institute is committed to preserving its rich cultural, historical, and architectural resources for current and future generations. For donors who wish to help Pratt provide facilities on par with the caliber of the Institute’s students, faculty, and academic programs, a variety of naming opportunities are available across Pratt’s Brooklyn and Manhattan campuses.

To learn more about capital projects and naming opportunities at Pratt, please contact Jessica Tallman at 718.687.5765 or jtallman@pratt.edu.