Answer the questions below to help determine your annual cost of attending Pratt Institute
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What is your high school GPA?
Select the number that you feel best reflects your portfolio. (with 4 representing the best rating and 1 the worst)
See help text for more information. Please leave blank if a portfolio is not required for your major.
4 (11% of applicants)
3 (38% of applicants)
2 (40% of applicants)
1 (11% of applicants)
Enter your combined SAT score, including the critical reading and mathematics subscores.
(between 400 and 1600)
What is your ACT composite score?
(between 1 and 36)
What is your state of legal residence?
Please indicate your intended major:
Art Hist-Theory, Crit/BFA
Critical and Visual Studies
Digital Design & Interactive Media
Fine Art - Ceramics
Fine Art - Drawing
Fine Art - Jewelry
Fine Art - Painting
Fine Art - Printmaking
Fine Art - Sculpture
Graphic Design (AOS)
Graphic Design/Illustration (AAS)
Undecided Art & Design
While every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the Net Price Calculator©, please keep in mind that this estimate does not represent a final determination, or actual award, of financial assistance. It shall not be binding on the Secretary of Education, Pratt Institute, or the State, and may change. You must complete the
Free Application for Federal Student Aid
in order to be eligible for, and receive, an actual financial aid award that includes Federal grant, loan, or work-study assistance under Title IV.
76 % of our full-time, first-year undergraduate students received assistance through scholarships and grants in the current academic year.