Visiting PrattMWP College of Art and Design
All students and families are invited to visit PrattMWP’s beautiful campus in upstate New York. It includes exquisite architecture, prestigious MWPAI art collections, a sculpture court, internationally renowned galleries, generous on campus housing, dining, and modern, fully-equipped studios.
View visit options below and call (800) 755-8920, e-mail email@example.com or schedule a visit online now. Reservations are required for all admissions events.
Campus Tours (Fridays only)
Campus tours are available on Fridays only at 10am and 2pm. Tours last about one hour and fifteen minutes and include most art and design studios, residence halls, computer labs, library, cafeteria, campus store, and the renowned MWPAI Museum. View available dates and schedule online.
Optional portfolio reviews/meetings with a counselor are available before or after campus tours. All students are encouraged to meet with a counselor. See details below.
Information Sessions are offered on Fridays and include a campus tour (described above), optional portfolio review/meeting, and a presentation about PrattMWP, its programs, and admissions and portfolio requirements.
Open house events include a campus tour (described above), optional portfolio review/meetings with full time faculty, presentation on our program, departmental discussions, and personal meetings with administrative offices including admissions, financial aid, student life and academics. RSVP required to the event.
Portfolio Reviews/Counselor Meetings (available Monday through Friday)
Counselor meetings/portfolio reviews are optional and simply to give you advice and feedback on your work/portfolio. They are not required for admission. Our counselors are happy to answer questions about PrattMWP’s requirements, programs and campus. Review our portfolio guidelines online. Meetings last about 30 minutes and are held in the admissions office. Call (800) 755-8920 or email to schedule.
National and Regional Portfolio Days Near You (available throughout the U.S. and Canada)
These events are an excellent opportunity to meet with us in a location near you to discuss your interests in art and design and to receive feedback and advice on your artwork/portfolio as well as information about PrattMWP, its programs and requirements.
School of Art Conte Administration Building
Admissions, Registrar, Financial Aid, Dean’s Office
Student Life, Residential Life, Student Counselor
Reception Desk, Fine Arts Studios, Photography, Printmaking, Jewelry/Metal Arts
Communications Design Lab, Library, Academic Classrooms
Security & Information
South Studio Building
Fine Art Studio, Illustration Studio, Conference Room, Faculty Offices
Dining Hall, Campus Bookstore, Health Center, Student Lounge
Hart & Plant Street
16 Cottage Place
McCully Student Art Gallery, Faculty Offices
Munson-Williams-Proctor Museum of Art
Arts Institute, Museum of Art, Performing Arts & Ticket Office, Education Wing, Fountain Elms, PrattMWP Gallery