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What you can do as a Friend of Pratt Institute Libraries.
Last Updated: Sep 13, 2013 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Friend Fees and Borrowing Privileges

Alumni: $50/year, up to 2 books at a time. Alumni have access to Pratt's on-site resources with their alumni card, but can only borrow books if they join the Friends program.

Regular: $100/year, up to 2 books at a time.

Sustaining: $250/year, up to 4 books at a time.

Patron: $500/year, up to 4 books at a time, plus personalized book plates in five new library acquisitions.

Benefactor: $1,000+/year, up to 4 books at a time. Benefactors are included in the President’s Circle and are invited to a formal dinner each year.



Friends of the Library cannot:

  • Utilize the Interlibrary Loan, METRO, or ALB programs
  • Use the libraries' copiers and printers, but there is a scanner for public use in the Visual Resources Center
  • Check out multimedia materials (such as DVDS)

For More Information...

Program Administrator:

Dina Buttner
Assistant to the Director
Pratt Institute Libraries
200 Willoughby Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11205

(718) 399-4223


Be Our Friend!

[Bookplate of Georgia Medora Lee]

[Bookplate of Georgia Medora Lee]
Artist: Spenceley, J. Winfred (Joseph Winfred), 1865-1908
Date: 1903
Pratt Institute Libraries Ex Libris Collection

Alumni, non-Pratt researchers, and local residents who'd like somewhere quiet to study are welcome to become a Friend of the Library. By becoming a Friend, you may use our resources and borrow books from the Pratt Institute Libraries on the Brooklyn and Manhattan campuses. Not only is your gift tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law, but it will pay dividends in terms of a stronger educational support program for Pratt students today and tomorrow.

To become a Friend of the Library, fill out the form below and submit it to the Pratt Institute Library Reference Desk at the Brooklyn Campus.


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