Inbound Student Resources
Pratt Academic CalendarUse this link to see the important dates at Pratt, including when to register for classes, move-in and move-out dates, and tuition deadlines. We strongly recommend you add this to your Google calendar.
You can find resources on accessing the Pratt Brooklyn campus here. You are responsible for ensuring you meet all various requirements to access in-person classes and other activities.
COVID-19 Requirements and Regulations at Pratt
Review health and immunization forms and requirements and upload your records ASAP. You will not be able to register for classes until you have uploaded all of your health forms.
For further assistance with these forms, please contact the Health Services Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1-718-399-4542.
Exchange students must fill out the Exchange Student Registration Form to register for classes. You can find the registration form and instructions at the end of this document.
Registering for classes
Class registration information can be found in the academic calendar.
Please note we cannot guarantee that you will be able to register for the classes you specified in your exchange application. Registration is on a first-come basis, so you must follow up with Sabrina Coles (email@example.com) appropriately after you have submitted your health forms. Also, keep in mind that there is a two-week add/drop period at Pratt at the beginning of the semester. This will allow you to 1) shop around for classes 2) get into classes that you might not have been able to.
Lastly, it is your responsibility, and your home school’s responsibility to ensure the classes you take at Pratt are transferred to count towards your graduation requirements.
Tuition and general fees will be waived for exchange students within a month of the semester starting. However, you will be responsible for individual course fees for your selected classes because course fees are not covered by our exchange agreements. Bauhaus University students also pay the student activity fee. You can visit the Student Financial Services website to learn more about fees associated with some of your courses. You will receive an email when your bill is viewable on the MyPratt portal. Your transcript of grades will not be released if you do not pay your bill for your course fees.
Tuition and Fees
The deadline for paying your tuition bill can be found on the academic calendar.
Please email Jason LeConey, Assistant Director for Housing with Residential Life at Pratt, at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you would like to apply for on campus housing. Please specify your name, Pratt ID, and the partner school you are coming from. Housing assignments are completed on a date-driven basis, so applying sooner is better, and you can view housing costs here.
Partner schools with an Exchange Housing agreement are: Bauhaus University, Musashino Art University, Southern Cross University, and Amsterdam School of the Arts. Please specify to Jason LeConey if you are from one of these schools with Exchange Housing agreements. Students from these schools must live on campus as part of your Exchange Program, and you will be placed in Willoughby Hall, the Townhouses, or Grand Avenue Residence. Pratt housing charges will be waived for students from these schools.
For students from other partner schools without an Exchange Housing agreement: it is optional for students to live on campus, and a housing assignment is not guaranteed. Based on the date of your completed housing request, if and when Pratt is able to offer you an on-campus assignment, then you will pay the charges via your Student Account at Pratt. If you choose to live off campus, you are responsible to secure and pay for your own housing.