Tuition and Fees
The following approximate costs are in effect at the time of publication. They are subject to change by action of the Board of Trustees. The Institute reserves the right to change regulations at any time without prior notice; it also reserves the right to change tuition and fees as necessary. Tuition and fees are payable in full at the time of registration.
For a complete calculation of the cost of attendance, please visit: Undergraduate Cost of Attendance, 2022-23 Academic Year
|Credits 1-11||$1,793 per credit|
|Credits 12-18||$55,575 annually|
|Credits 19+||$55,575 plus $1,793 per credit in excess of 18 credits|
Fees vary according to program. For a complete listing of fees, see the next page.
FEE REDUCTION FOR 100% REMOTE STUDY
Students who study 100 percent remotely will not be charged the fees typically associated with on-campus living and instruction.
Books and Supplies
$3,000 per year, depending on the program.
For resident students (students living away from home in either on-campus or off-campus housing), an estimated $600 per month (for a nine-month period) should be allowed for food, housing, clothing, and other personal needs. For commuter students (students living at home), an estimated $250 per month should be allowed for personal expenses and transportation.
Students provide their own textbooks and instructional and art supplies. These books and supplies may be purchased either online or at local art supply stores. Bookstore expenses are not chargeable to the student’s Institute tuition account. For those students who have a third party book voucher, they must purchase their books up front and provide the voucher with eligible copies of the receipt in order to be reimbursed.
Director, Student Financial Services and Collections
Associate Director, Accounts Receivables and Cash Controls
Assistant Director, Student Financial Services
|$90||Application fee, international students|
ACTIVITIES FEE EACH TERM
|$157||Undergraduate activities fee each fall and spring term: full-time students|
|$93||Undergraduate activities fee each fall and spring term: part-time students (11 or fewer credits)|
Student activities funds are used for student publications and the expenses of student organizations.
ACADEMIC FACILITIES FEE
|$350||Each fall and spring term: full-time students|
|$195||Each fall and spring term: part-time students|
|$195||Each summer term for all students|
|$1,242 (Fall) / $1,750 (Spring)||Mandatory health insurance fee per semester. May be waived each semester with proof of personal health insurance.|
|$100||Full-time international student fee per semester|
|$75||Part-time international student fee per semester|
This fee is targeted to improve facilities, equipment, and materials that directly enhance instruction.
|$305||Each fall and spring term: full-time students|
|$155||Each fall and spring term: part-time students|
|$155||Each summer term for all students|
|$50||Architecture shop fee. Each fall, spring, summer term: full-time and part-time students|
HEALTH SERVICES FEES
|$200||Each fall and spring term: full-time students|
|$102||Each fall and spring term: part-time students|
|$100||Shop Safety Certification Class (School of Art and School of Design)|
|$35||Fee for issuance of duplicate diploma|
|$100||Portfolio/work experience deposit|
|$100||Library thesis submittal fee (per copy)|
|$518||Portfolio/work experience fee per undergraduate credit evaluated. Fee: 30 percent of undergraduate per credit rate.|
|$25||Lost/stolen ID card replacement fee|
LOCK/KEY REPLACEMENT FEES
|$60||Lock (core) replacement—Residential Life|
|$30||Key replacement—Residential Life|
|$25||Unreturned mailbox key—Mailroom|
- Students and community pay 50 percent of the published “per credit” tuition rate for each course.
- Pratt alumni pay 40 percent of the published “per credit” rate for each course.
- All persons auditing courses are charged 100 percent of all fees.
- Zero-credit internships may have billing credits, which are charged at 30 percent of the “per credit” rate.
- All zero-credit internships are charged 100 percent of all fees.
LATE PAYMENT FEES
A late fee of $200 will be charged for any unpaid balances after the due date.
RETURNED CHECK FEES
|$25||Fee for checks returned for insufficient funds|
TRANSCRIPT REQUEST FEES
|$7.50||Online via www.GetMyTranscript.com|
|$10||Online via www.GetMyTranscript.com for express service (transcript leaves Pratt within one working day of receipt on campus)|
DIGITAL ARTS LAB FEES
|$45 per course||All 100/200/300-level DDA courses|
|$55 per course||All 400/500-level courses|
|$65 per course||All 600-level courses|
FINE ARTS STUDIO FINES
|$250||For not cleaning out studio at the end of the semester|
Film/Video Student Fees
|$50||Basic lab fee for a single 100–400-level course|
|$10||Fee per each additional 100–400-level course|
Fine Arts Shop Fee (per course) Fall and Spring
|$60||All 200–600-level courses in sculpture|
|$50||All 200–600-level courses in ceramics|
|$45||All 200–600-level courses in jewelry|
|$45||All 200–600-level courses in printmaking|
Students not enrolled in ceramics courses, but requesting use of facilities and clay: $75
Photography Student Fees
|$60||Basic lab fee for 100-400-level courses|
Fee provides students access to checking out equipment and use of the black-and-white darkrooms. This fee is paid once per semester regardless of the number of PHOT 100-400-level courses in which a student is enrolled.
|$100||Digital printing fee required for PHOT-210|
Fee provides students access to digital labs and unlimited printing on small-format inkjet printers.
|$250||Digital mural printing fee required for PHOT-310, PHOT-410, PHOT-455|
Fee provides students access to all digital labs and unlimited printing on inkjet printers including large-format inkjet printers.
|$75||Non-silver photo lab fee required for PHOT-415, PHOT-416|
Fee provides students access and chemistry materials for the non-silver lab.
|$75||Lighting studio fee required for PHOT-322, PHOT-422|
Fee provides students access to lighting studios and equipment.
Students not enrolled in photography courses but requesting use of photography labs may do so with departmental approval and payment of associated fees listed above.
LIBRARY REPRODUCTION FEES
Image Fees Summary
|$10||Already digitized ($10 handling fee for up to 5 images, after that $1 add’l per image)|
|$25||New digital files per image ($25 set up fee that covers up to 5 images, after that $1 add’l per image)|
|$25||Handling for fragile/rare materials (add’l $50 per hour, with a haf hour minimum of $25)|
Rush fees (additional 50 percent of total fee)
CD or DVD (additional $5 per order plus variable shipping/delivery fee)
Library Late Fines
|$0.20||Circulating books—per day|
|$0.20||Picture files—per day per envelope|
|$2||Course reserve items—per hour or portion thereof|
|$5||Interlibrary loan items—per day|
|$1||Film and videos, DVDs—per day|
|$5||Film and videos, 16mm—per day|
|$12||Multimedia equipment—per day|
Library Lost Item Replacement Fees
|$90||Circulating books ($15 add’l may be charged if a softcover is replacing a hardcover book)|
|$90||Course reserve items|
Interlibrary loan items—Lending library determines replacement costs
Film and videos—DVDs and 16mm—replacement cost
Multimedia equipment—replacement cost
Friends of the Library Fees
|$100||General public (for library access privileges and book borrowing–2 books limit)|