Pratt Institute

200 Willoughby Avenue, Brooklyn, New York

Pratt Sculpture Park

Founded in 1887, Pratt Institute is one of the world’s top ranked art, design and architecture schools with outstanding programs at the undergraduate and graduate level, most of which are ranked among the top ten and five in the United States. With over 25 undergraduate majors and concentrations and over 20 graduate programs, a faculty of practicing professional artists, designers, writers, architects and historians, an outstanding internship program, and a beautiful 25-acre tree-lined residential campus minutes from Manhattan, Pratt is the ideal choice for students looking for a residential art school experience.

DEGREES OFFERED: AAS, AOS, BA, B. Arch, BFA, BID, BPS, BS, M.Arch, MFA, MID, MPS, MS, BFA/MS, MS/MFA, MS/JD with Brooklyn Law School
ACCREDITATION: AATA, ADTA, ALA, CIDA, MSCHE, NAAB, NASAD, NY State RATE
MAJORS OFFERED:

Advertising Art Direction
Animation
Architecture
Architecture and Urban Design**
Art and Design Education
Art Therapy and Creative Development**
Arts and Cultural Management**
City and Regional Planning**
Communications Design
Construction Management*
Critical and Visual Studies*
Dance/Movement Therapy**
Design Management**
Digital Arts
Facilities Management**
Fashion Design*

 

Film*
Graphic Design/Illustration*
Historic Preservation**
History of Art & Design
Industrial Design
Interior Design
Library and Information Science**
Media Studies**
Package Design**
Performance and Performance Studies*
Photography
Special Education (Art Therapy)**
Sustainable Environmental Systems**
Urban Design**
Writing

MINORS OFFERED:

Architectural Theory and Technology*
Cinema Studies*
Creative Writing*
Cultural Studies*
History of Art*

 

Literature and Writing*
Performance and Performance Studies*
Philosophy*
Sustainability*

* UNDERGRADUATE ONLY
** GRADUATE ONLY

FOUNDATION PROGRAM
The Foundation first-year course of study consists of Foundation Core, Survey of Art I and II (HA 115 and HA 116), and English (ENGL 101 and ENGL 103). The fashion department is an exception and has its own first-year program. The Foundation core helps students evaluate their previous art experience in the light of new ideas and techniques. This grounding in underlying concepts and principles of the visual arts puts professional goals in a historical perspective. Before specialization in the sophomore year, the core curriculum encourages flexibility, adaptability, and the experience of design and art as wide-ranging enterprises.


This program is Residential.

UNDERGRADUATE COST OF ATTENDANCE 2015-2016
FULL-TIME DEPENDENT  
TUITION $ 44,580
MANDATORY FEES 2,006
BOOKS & SUPPLIES 1,750
ON-CAMPUS ROOM & BOARD 11,496
OFF-CAMPUS ROOM & BOARD 16,800
OTHER 1,500
FINANCIAL AID 2014-2015 FULL-TIME FRESHMEN *
AID CATEGORY AVG PER RECIPIENT 1st YR RECIPIENTS
INSTITUTIONAL AWARDS4 $18,791 70%
FEDERAL/NATIONAL GRANTS 5,107 23%
STATE & LOCAL GRANTS 4,236 9%
FEDERAL STUDENT LOANS 6,406 51%

AVERAGE AMOUNT RECEIVED PER RECIPIENT: $23,619
79% OF FULL-TIME FRESHMEN RECEIVED AID

* Most recent financial aid data available

ACCEPTANCE RATE: 65%

Acceptance Rate = The percentage of students admitted out of applications received in a given year.

ATTENDANCE RATE: 23%

Attendance Rate (also know as yield) = The percentage of admitted students who enroll in a given year.

ENROLLMENT: FALL 2015

UNDERGRADUATE FTE1 = 4,458

UNDERGRADUATE

FULL-TIME 4,365
PART-TIME 240

NOTE 1: "Full-Time Equivalent" is the common way to measure the relative size of colleges. This adjusts for differences in the percentage of part-time students (or faculty). For example: one full-time student = 1 FTE; three half-time students = 1.5 FTE, etc.

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS PROCESS
APPLICATION: Required
ONLINE APPLICATION: Required
HOME EXAM: Not Required
INTERVIEW: Optional
ESSAY: Required
SAT / ACT: Required
PORTFOLIO: Required

TRANSCRIPTS

HIGH SCHOOL: Required
COLLEGE: Required, if transferring
FACULTY: 2015-2016

FACULTY FTE1 = 533

FULL-TIME 151
PART-TIME 918
 

STUDENT/FACULTY RATIO: FALL 2015
8.3 TO 1
FTE STUDENTS PER FTE FACULTY1

RETENTION

FRESHMAN RETENTION2

FALL 2013 FRESHMEN
RETURNING IN FALL 2014
84%
 
FALL 2014 FRESHMEN
RETURNING IN FALL 2015
87%

SIX-YEAR GRADUATION RATE2

FALL 2008 FRESHMEN
GRADUATING WITHIN SIX YEARS
 
64%
 
FALL 2009 FRESHMEN
GRADUATING WITHIN SIX YEARS
 
64%

UNDERGRADUATE ETHNICITY

FALL 2015

UNDERGRADUATE GENDER DISTRIBUTION

FALL 2015
69% FEMALE
31% MALE

NEW STUDENT GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION3

FALL 2015
OTHER PROGRAMS

Intensive English Program
Certificate and Summer Programs
Continuing Education

SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES

Study Abroad in Nine International Cities
Joint Degree Programs (library science with art history, digital art or law)
Career Services Center
Many Internship Opportunities

NOTE 1: "Full-Time Equivalent" is the common way to measure the relative size of colleges. This adjusts for differences in the percentage of part-time students (or faculty). For example: one full-time student = 1 FTE; three half-time students = 1.5 FTE, etc. NOTE 2: Retention and graduation rates for Art Center College of Design are calculated using the entire new student population entering Spring, Summer, and Fall terms (including a large population of transfer students), and not only "First-Time, Full-Time Freshmen" as required by the U.S. Department of Education. Thus these numbers are different than the retention and graduation reported to the U.S. Department of Education. NOTE 3: Geographic distribution is reported for first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduates. NOTE 4: Includes all institutional scholarships and grants, but does not include College Work Study or third party awards. NOTE 5: Data presented is drawn from the most recent school year available. NOTE 6: All $-amounts are shown in US dollars. Canadian $-amounts were converted to US dollars using exchange rate at the time the data were collected ($1 Canadian = $0.70 US).