Scheduling Your Visit

Pratt offers several visit options for prospective students including Brooklyn campus tours, information sessions, major-specific information sessions, meetings with admissions counselors, and more! Most visit options may be scheduled online for your convenience, and registration is required for all admissions events. Use the navigation bar on the left or the links below to explore our visit options.

Please note: Group tours arranged by a high school art class or other group may not be scheduled online. Email [email protected] for group tour requests. Please note that we are unable to accommodate groups larger than 30 students. Group tours are scheduled on Wednesdays only and are available for high school students only in grades 10–12. We do not provide group tours to middle school or elementary school students.

Please note: Brooklyn campus tours are not offered from mid-December to mid- January. To arrange a tour at the Manhattan campus, view Manhattan campus visit options.

Pratt's Campuses

Pratt Institute has three campuses:

Brooklyn Campus: A 25-acre residential main campus home to all undergraduate and graduate programs except construction management, two year Associate’s Degree programs, and several graduate programs.

Manhattan Campus: Home to two-year Associate's Degree programs, construction management, and graduate programs in library and information science, museums and digital culture, communications design, package design, design management, arts and cultural management, and facilities management. Pratt’s Manhattan campus is an historic building located at 144 W. 14th Street between 6th and 7th Avenues, NY.

Utica, NY: (PrattMWP) Undergraduate programs only.

Visiting Pratt

To get started, use the links below or the left navigation menu. You can find information on the types of visits Pratt offers using the left menu. 

Undergraduate and Associate's Degree Applicants

Graduate Masters' Degree Applicants

Helpful Links

Places to Stay


Things to Do While Here

Pratt's sculpture park was recognized as one of the 10 best college and university campus art collections in the country by Public Art Review.