We have designed courses in a manner that allows for maximum flexibility for students who may not be able to travel to New York City to attend classes. Log into Colleague Self Service System to view your schedule, and adjust accordingly. Options available are detailed below:
HYBRID courses combine an in-person learning component that is integral to achieving course goals, and an online learning component that is also essential. The proportion of in-person to online learning will vary by course. Instructors will provide details about the technology platforms and tools for the class.
Note: to enroll in a HYBRID course you must be in NYC or vicinity for the fall 2020 term in order for you to access the in person facilities.
Example in Student Self-Service:
ONLINE courses are offered online in their entirety, with class meetings at the designated time and day on your schedule. No access to campus is required. Instructors will provide details about the technology platforms and tools to be used in the course.
Example of an online class in Student Self-Service is listed below:
Note there are a selected number of ONLINE courses in which you will join an in person/hybrid class virtually This type of section will be designated by a V on the section designation. An example is below; joining section 01V of PLAN-600 will register you for the same course PLAN-600-01, however you will be attending virtually. Contact your instructor for more details.
Students who study 100 percent remotely will not be charged the fees typically associated with on-campus learning and instruction. For complete information on tuition and fees for the 2020/21 academic year please refer to the July 9th email to the community.
Please contact your advisor with any questions about which classes would be best for your particular situation.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions on navigating or selecting classes for registration.
In order to register and attend any course at Pratt Institute, a student must be formally approved for admission. Matriculated students will find their OneKey (username) and ID number (initial password) in their acceptance letter.
Non-matriculated students will receive their OneKey information after their non-matriculated student application form is received and processed by the Registrar’s office.
All incoming freshman and transfer students must fill out the online pre-registration form by June 10. Your academic advisor will use this information to register you for your classes. If you are a transfer student, make sure that your final official transcripts from previous colleges attended have been sent to the Registrar’s Office.
More information for new students can be found on the Welcome Entering Students! page.
Please contact your department office for new student registration procedures. Each department handles incoming graduate registration differently, but see our registration tutorial for basic instructions on how to get registered for classes.
All International students, graduate and undergraduate, must complete a check-in process and attend a mandatory information session during Orientation with the Office of International Affairs. Visit the International Students page and read "After Arrival" at the bottom of the page for instructions.
You also may need to take the English Placement exam if you have not done so already. Read about the English Placement Exam and waiver qualifications.
CONTINUING AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES
Pratt Institute offers continuing education and professional development courses and programs on the Brooklyn and Manhattan campus. Please visit the School of Continuing and Professional Studies for information on how to register for these courses.
PLANNING AND REGISTERING FOR CLASSES
Pratt uses the Colleague Self-Service Student Planning system. This system allows you to create an academic plan, communicate with your advisor, have your course plans approved, and register for courses by semester.
Course offerings for upcoming semesters are available in the course catalog in Student Planning. See the registration tutorial for instructions on how to add search for courses, add them to your plan, send them to your advisor for approval, and register. All courses must be approved by your academic advisor on Student Planning in order for you to register.
Registration time tickets are assigned by the Registrar’s office and sent to students via their Pratt email address. Dates and times are assigned by the number of credits completed.
Students must be officially registered for any classes they attend. Instructors will not admit unregistered students into classes. Credits and grades will not be recorded for courses taken without a valid registration.
Students are responsible for knowing Pratt’s dates and deadlines for adding, dropping, or withdrawing from a class, the tuition refund schedule, and academic policies. These dates can be found on the Academic Calendar.
Students should view their schedule regularly during the first two weeks of classes since courses are subject to cancellation by departments. If a course that a student is registered for is cancelled, the student should immediately go online to try to register for a new section. If you are unable to register for a new section, contact your academic advisor to try to obtain entry into another section or a different course.
Permission to drop a class obtained from an academic advisor, department chair, or faculty member does not relieve students of financial responsibility. Generally, course additions or section changes are allowed until the last day of the add/drop period. Courses dropped during the add/drop period will not show up on the transcript. Courses dropped between the add/drop period and after the last day to withdraw from a class will result in a “WD” grade (withdrawal) on the transcript.
No course withdrawals are allowed after the published deadline. Grades will be given for these courses dropped after the deadline. Non-attendance also does not constitute a drop or an official withdrawal from a class and does not relieve the student of his/her financial responsibility. Failure to properly withdraw from a course will result in a “WF” grade (withdrawal fail) on the transcript.
TUITION AND FEES
Students who drop a spring or fall course after the first day of the semester may receive a tuition forfeiture fee.Students should view their bill online after making any add/drop changes to review any impacts that registration may have had on the bill.
The Office of the Registrar supports the academic mission and the educational programs of Pratt Institute. The Registrar enforces policies and procedures set forth by the Institute that relate to academic records, registration, graduation, course scheduling, course enrollment, and grade reporting. It is the responsibility of this office to interpret Institute and governmental policies for faculty, staff, students, parents, and the general public. The Registrar’s Office staff interacts most frequently with students by providing transcripts and enrollment verifications and assisting with registration. The general email is email@example.com (remember to use your Pratt email) and the main phone number is 718.636.3663.