Pratt Institute-Main


Highest Degree Offered: Masters

College Type: Private

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Academic Calendar: Semester

State: New York


The mission of Pratt Institute is to educate artists and creative professionals to be responsible contributors to society.

Pratt seeks to instill in all graduates aesthetic judgment, professional knowledge, collaborative skills, and technical expertise.

With a firm grounding in the liberal arts and sciences, a Pratt education blends theory with creative application in preparing graduates to become leaders in their professions.

Pratt enrolls a diverse group of highly talented and dedicated students, challenging them to achieve their full potential.

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Student/Faculty Numbers

Total Students: 4946
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Undergraduate Students: Not available
Faculty: 126

Total Student/Faculty Ratio: 39:1
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Contact Information

200 Willoughby Ave
Brooklyn New York 11205


Main Email:

Main Phone: 718-636-3600

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Admissions Contact:
Ramya Ravisankar
Associate Director Transfer Admissions , Office of Admissions

Transfer Services Contact:
Natalie Lanese
Administrative Assistant , Office of Admissions

International Admissions Contact:
Young Joo Hah
Director of International Admissions , Office of Admissions

Athletics Contact:
Dave Adebanjo
Athletic Director , Athletic Department

Applying to Transfer

Transfer Agreements:

Common App Used?

High School Transcript Required?

Minimum GPA for Applying:
Pratt Institute does not publish a requirement for a minimum GPA

Minimum Grades for Transfer:
Only a grade of C or better from national institutions and only a numeric evaluation of 70 or better from international institutions will be considered acceptable for transfer to the Pratt record.

Credits (Min/Max):
Pratt requires that every student complete at least 48 semester credits at this institution and the last 32 credits must be taken in final sequence to earn any undergraduate degree.

Test Scores for Applying:
SAT/ACT tests are not required of transfer applicants but should be submitted if you have completed fewer than two semesters.

Letters of Recommendation Required:
All applicants are required to submit at least one letter of recommendation. If possible, this letter should come from a teacher or employer in a field related to the applicant's professional goal.

Essay(s) required:
The essay is part of the application. Describe when and how you became interested in art, design, writing, architecture, or the particular major to which you are applying. Describe how this interested has manifested itself in your daily life.

Application Fee:
The completed basic application form should be returned to the Office of Admissions with a non-refundable $50 application fee or $90 for international applicants.

Other Requirements:
A visual or writing portfolio (not required for construction management applicants) is required.

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Applicants who intend to file for financial aid are required to submit their financial aid applications between Jan. 2 - Feb. 1 for fall enrollment and Nov. 1 for spring enrollment. Pratt requires the FAFSA, which you may submit online at

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