Founded in 1887, Pratt Institute is a global leader in higher education dedicated to preparing its 4,600 undergraduate and graduate students for successful careers in art, design, architecture, information and library science, and liberal arts and sciences. Located in a cultural hub with historic campuses in Brooklyn and Manhattan, as well as a campus in Utica, New York (PrattMWP College of Art and Design), Pratt has an esteemed faculty of accomplished professionals and scholars who challenge their talented students to transform their passion into meaningful expression.
200 Willoughby Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
The 25-acre main campus is located in the historic Clinton Hill section of Brooklyn and is bordered by numerous 19th-century brownstones and mansions. The schools of art and design, architecture, and liberal arts and sciences are located on this campus.
144 West 14th Street, New York City
The 80,000-square-foot Romanesque Revival building serves as Pratt’s Manhattan campus in the city’s Chelsea district. The seven-story property offers state-of-the-art facilities within a historic building. The School of Information is located on this campus as well as Pratt’s associate degree programs, and its graduate programs in Arts and Cultural Management, Design Management, Facilities Management, and Real Estate Practice.
Utica, New York Campus
310 Genesee Street, Utica, New York
Located in Utica, New York about four hours north of New York City, PrattMWP College of Art and Design is Pratt Institute’s 11-acre extension campus. PrattMWP’s campus features a mix of historic and contemporary architecture, including the renowned MWPAI Museum of Art. Students who start their Pratt bachelor’s degree in art and design education, communications design, fine arts, or photography have the option of starting here and then relocating to the main campus in Brooklyn to complete the last two years of the degree. Read more at www.mwpai.edu.
|Art and Design Education||Art and Design Education|
|Associate Degree Programs||Arts and Cultural Management|
|Communications Design||City and Regional Planning|
|Construction Management||Communications Design/Packaging Design|
|Critical and Visual Studies||Creative Arts Therapy|
|Digital Arts||Design Management|
|Fine Arts||Fine Arts|
|History of Art and Design||History of Art and Design|
|Industrial Design||Historic Preservation|
|Interior Design||Industrial Design|
|Writing||*Library and Information Science|
|Performance and Performance Studies|
|Real Estate Practice|
|Sustainable Environmental Systems|
|Urban Placemaking and Management|
*Library and Information Science
Data Analytics and Visualization
Information Experience Design
Museums and Digital Culture
Archives Certificate Program
Conservation and Digital Curation
User Experience (UX)
Study Abroad Programs
Pratt offers more than 20 study abroad programs and international exchange programs in more than a dozen locations including Florence, Milan, Copenhagen, London, and Tokyo.
School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS)
Classes offered by SCPS in fields corresponding to the Institute’s undergraduate and graduate programs are held both in Brooklyn and Manhattan.
Total Enrollment: 4,816
97% of Undergraduates are full-time
100% of First-Year Freshmen are full-time
86% of Graduates are full-time
30% of Undergraduates are male, 70% are female
27% of Graduate Students are male, 73% are female
Pratt students come from 48 states and 86 countries
TUITION AND FEES 2019–2020
Tuition: $51,754 ( $1,670 per credit)
Tuition: $1,847 per credit (School of Art and Design, School of Liberal Arts and School of Architecture)
$1,500 per credit (School of Information)
Fees: $1,980 per year
Students Accommodated: 1,600
Undergraduate Room and Board: $13,294
Graduate Room and Board: $26,022