The Office of Student Involvement coordinates and helps students plan social, cultural, educational, and recreational programs and facilitates Orientation for incoming students. Student programs and events at Pratt are planned to contribute to each student's total education as well as to meet social and recreational needs. Students are responsible for managing their own group activities, thus gaining experience in community and social affairs and playing a role in shaping Institute policy. Students are represented on Institute decision-making bodies such as the Board of Trustees, trustee committees and the Student Judiciary.
The main functions of the Office of Student Involvement are:
- Advisement of Program Board
- Advisement of Inter-Greek Council
- Allocation and administration of funds collected through the student activities fee
- Community Service efforts
- Oversee the Student Union student programming space
- Programming of student involvement
- Promoting leadership and professional development
- Student club and organization development
- Student Government mentorship
Check out some of the links below for more specific information, or call us for more information 718.636.3422 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emma Legge, Director
Has overall responsibility and supervision of the Office of Student Involvement and Family Programming and advisor to the Student Government Association. Manages the day-to-day activities, plans and executes new student orientation. Co-advises Program Board.
Andrew Fulton, Associate Director
Responsible for coordinating and planning Parent and Family Program initiatives, like Family Weekend and Parent Orientation. Responsible for leadership development efforts and support of graduate student population including Graduate Student Organizations.
Alex Ullman, Associate Director
Schedules, maintains and coordinates the Student Union. Advisor to campus radio station and co-advisor to Program Board.
Taylor Maultz, Assistant Director
Advises the Community Engagement Board and is responsible for the development of community service and civic engagement initiatives. Primary advisor to the Panhellenic Council (CPC) and the Inter Greek Council (IGC). Responsible for the development of fraternity and sorority life on campus. Serves as the primary contact for all undergraduate student clubs and organizations, including working with Student Government on budget allocations and administering Pratt Engage (online Student Involvement program)
IAN FLINN, STUDENT AFFAIRS COORDINATOR AT PRATT MANHATTAN
He is located on the 7th floor of Pratt Manhattan and is the point person for Student Involvement and Center for Career and Professional Development at that location. Serves as the primary point of contact for undergraduate and graduate clubs and organizations based at the Pratt Manhattan campus. He hosts events at Pratt Manhattan throughout the year.
New Bell Car Service Vouchers for Students
Pratt is collaborating with New Bell Car Service to provide discount car service fares throughout the five boroughs and to NJ and $4 vouchers for rides between Pratt and locations in Clinton Hill and parts of Fort Greene and Bedford Stuyvesant in Brooklyn. The discount vouchers can be purchased in the Student Involvement in Main Building, lower level. Each voucher costs $4 and can be used for one ride for up to four passengers within the boundaries of Ashland Place, Flushing Avenue, Marcy Avenue, and Fulton Street. The vouchers are for Pratt students only and each student is limited to buying five vouchers at one time. Please visit the Student Involvement office. Also available are information cards that list the discount car service fares to many locations in the five boroughs.
The program is intended to assist students with safe transportation to and from Pratt to their homes in the local neighborhoods.
View more information about Student Involvement on the Pratt intranet.
The Pratt community offers, as part of its benefits to students, faculty and staff with valid Pratt ID, memberships to the following museums and institutions in New York City:
- Brooklyn Botanic Garden
- Brooklyn Museum
- Cooper Hewitt
- The Frick Collection
- The Guggenheim
- The Jewish Museum
- Museum of Arts and Design (MAD)
- MoMA (for NYC art school students only)
- The New Museum
- Whitney Museum of American Art
This initiative is funded via the Student Government Association.