The Student Diversity Advisory Board (SDAB) is a coalition of registered student organizations that support social justice work and/or underrepresented identities on campus. SDAB's mission is to provide student leaders with a space to share resources, exchange ideas, and make suggestions to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in our community. SDAB is led by the Student Government Association (SGA) Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Chair.
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.
CSSA is a student association that devotes itself to helping Pratt Chinese students fit into the US environment, promote and share traditional Chinese culture.
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.
FIC is focused on unifying the underrepresented groups within the film department and supports the artistic development of the students in the club by creating a safe space for students to talk about and critique their own work.
GAUDDEI is a student-led organization devoted to representing the Pratt GAUD student body in all topics regarding Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. We aim to change Pratt GAUD into an environment with an inclusive student body, representative faculty, diverse curriculum and policies that ensure justice, equity and the success of minority groups both at Pratt and professionally.
JSU is an organization that enables Jewish students to bond with each other through social and religious events and increases campus-wide awareness about Judaism and religious diversity.
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.
LAAB provides an on-going community for research and design exploration about Latin American Architecture and its influence on world architectural viewings at Pratt Institute.
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.
PIKS initiates programs and events to promote the well-being of Korean students at Pratt and connects students with alumni in Korea as well as New York.
TSA aims to share Taiwanese culture and values with the wider Pratt community through memorable social events, create a social network to help Taiwanese students acclimate to Pratt, and foster a friendly and intimate community among the members through mentorship and shared experiences.
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.
Thai Student Association aims to promote Thai culture, preserve Thai ideals of cultural identity amongst the students at Pratt Institute, and help create a welcoming space for Thai students.
The Pratt WIA Student Club brings together a community of like-minded individuals who are dedicated to empowering women in the animation industry.