BLACK STUDENT UNION (BSU)
BSU is a student-run organization whose interests lie in the empowerment of students who identify as part of the Black diaspora. Through on- and off-campus community building, activism, and events, BSU provides a safe space and a voice for students.
DIVERSITY INITIATIVES GROUP (DIG)
DIG is a community of Graduate Center for Planning and the Environment (GCPE) students, faculty, and staff working for a just and equitable city through the deeper integration and understanding of diversity issues in urban planning both in the GCPE curriculum/community and sustainable development professions.
LATINX STUDENT ALLIANCE (LSA)
LSA provides a safe space, campus programming, and a community for Latinx identifying students and other students who express interest in the culture. Meetings are held weekly to discuss Latinx customs, traditions, artists, and events.
PRATT NATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF MINORITY ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS (P-NOMAS)
P-NOMAS was founded to foster communication, cooperation, solidarity, and fellowship among minority students studying architecture. P-NOMAS serves as the Pratt Institute Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architecture Students.
STUDENT DIVERSITY ADVISORY BOARD (SDAB)
SDAB is a coalition of student organizations that support social justice work and/or are underrepresented identities. SDAB meetings are held monthly to provide student leaders and the Pratt community a space to share resources, have community dialogues, and come up with ideas to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion on campus
Queer Pratt is the campus’s official LGBTQ+ student group whose goals are to provide a safe space for all genders and sexualities, encourage self-expression, teach about queer history and create a stronger community at Pratt. Queer Pratt’s bi-weekly meetings include discussions of various queer community-related topics, social events, lectures from inspirational speakers.
Sick & Disabled Student Union (SDSU)
The Sick and Disabled Student Union functions as a peer-led support and advocacy network for students dealing with the challenges of balancing school and health. It offers support group meetings, workshops, and other support programming, as well as being a resource to confront ableism.