Pratt Communications Committee
The Communications Committee is composed of a group of five second-year students from the Graduate Communications Design program. The committee acts as a liason between students and the Graduate Communications Design administration. The CC facilitates communication within the program and provides opportunities to foster community, creativity, professional development, and growth. The CC also coordinates a fall semester orientation event for incoming new students where they provide advice, tips, and information about upcoming Pratt events. The committee has a continual presence throughout the year by bringing speakers to campus, organizing workshops, and planning various events including the spring semester event, Free School.
You can reach the committee at: PrattComDCC@gmail.com
2015/16 Communications Committee members
Pratt AIGA student group
David Frisco—the student group's faculty advisor in Brooklyn—invites you to join the New York chapter of the AIGA at the contributing level for $50. As a Pratt student, joining the AIGA/NY makes you a member of the Pratt student group.
- Visit www.aiga.org/join
- Email David Frisco at firstname.lastname@example.org to let him know you've joined/renewed (include the email address you registered with)
- If you're interested in a leadership role, please let him know
The Student Government maintains primary responsibility for all student interests and involvement at Pratt. The Government has an Executive Committee and any undergraduate or graduate student can and is encouraged to become involved. The main function of the Government is to represent the student viewpoint.
In order to advocate for the best possible student experience at Pratt, SGA is invested with the responsibility, power and authority for the management of our own student life and academic affairs, in cooperation with and responsible to Pratt Institute.
Each Spring semester, students have the opportunity to apply for enrollment in a Special Studies studio that includes a collaboration with students and faculty from AKV|St. Joost Academie in Breda, Netherlands.
The Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS) in Copenhagen runs every summer, and graduate students can earn 9 credits in the Graphic Design studio—part of the Architecture and Design program. The program includes study tours in Denmark as well as a European study tour in either Sweden/Finland or Germany/Netherlands. DIS also offers a textile program.