Pratt Institute is a hub of contagious creativity. When touring the campus, we experienced inspired students honing their craft and exploring their passions.
Pratt is comprised of six different schools, and undergraduates can pursue one of 22 degree programs: the AAS, AOS, or BFA in the School of Art.
Students studying art and design will start with a foundation year that acts as a core curriculum rooted in studio work, art history, and liberal arts courses.
The campus, which sprawls over 25 acres, is the only art school with an enclosed campus and is home to the largest public sculpture garden in the city.
Pratt is a DIII school offering 12 sports teams and is home to the third largest recreational athletic center in New York City, where students take advantage of free weekly classes like yoga.
The undergraduate population is about 70% female and 30% male. Roughly 76% of students come from out of state and about 28% of the population is international.