New York City is one of the world’s multicultural epicenters for arts, culture, design, and business, making this city an exceptional learning environment for students. Pratt Institute is a “living lab of craft and culture” with a 25-acre campus here in Brooklyn and another in Manhattan, plus a satellite campus in Utica, New York. The Brooklyn campus is located within the historic Clinton Hill neighborhood, adjacent to the emerging Brooklyn Tech Triangle.
Pratt’s programs and faculty are consistently ranked among the best in the country. Founded in 1887, the Institute offers undergraduate and graduate programs in art, design, architecture, information and library science, and liberal arts and sciences.
- Brooklyn Campus – 24-acre main campus in historic Clinton Hill that is home to the schools of art and design, architecture, and liberal arts and sciences
- Manhattan Campus – 80,000-square-foot Romanesque Revival building that serves as the home of the School of Information, associate degree programs, and graduate programs in Arts and Cultural Management, Design Management, Facilities Management, and Real Estate Practice
- Utica, New York Campus – PrattMWP College of Art and Design is the Institute’s 11-acre extension campus, also home to the renowned MWPAI Museum of Art
Pratt Sculpture Park
Everyone is welcome to enjoy the Pratt Sculpture Park. The park is the largest of its kind in New York City and has been recognized as one of the 10 best college and university campus art collections in the country by Public Art Review in 2006. More than 65 sculptures from well-known and emerging artists, faculty, and graduates are located throughout the 25-acre campus.