Pratt Institute is one of the leading art, design and architecture schools in the United States. Founded in 1887 and located on a 25-acre beautifully landscaped enclosed campus in Brooklyn, NY, Pratt provides students with an outstanding professional education and a traditional residential college experience within the exciting creative environment of one of the top art schools in the US. Read more about Pratt's other campuses below.
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Articles on Top Art Schools and Design Schools
- Top 60 Design Schools Globally (Bloomberg Businessweek)
- America's Best Architecture and Design Schools (DesignIntelligence)
- US News Best Graduate Schools
- Pratt Ranked 10th in Country among top 25 Colleges for Media Buzz (Global Language Monitor)
- Pratt Ranked Top Multi-disciplinary Art & Design School for Media Buzz (Global Language Monitor)
- AICAD Top Art Schools
Office of Admissions
Myrtle Hall, 2nd floor
200 Willoughby Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11205
Phone: 718-636-3514 or 800-331-0834
Undergraduate fax: 718-636-3670
Graduate fax: 718 399-4242
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Title IX Statement
It is the policy of Pratt Institute to comply with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, which prohibits discrimination (including sexual harassment and sexual violence) based on sex in the Institute's educational programs and activities. Title IX also prohibits retaliation for asserting claims of sex discrimination. Pratt Institute has designated its Title IX Coordinator as Mai McDonald Graves to coordinate Pratt Institute's compliance with and response to inquiries concerning Title IX.
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215 Willoughby Avenue (WH-1)
Brooklyn, NY 11205
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