Students represent tomorrow’s professional designers and the future of AIGA. When student members organize to become student groups, they serve as a microcosm of AIGA—complete with their own board, programming and needs for community, inspiration and organization—and cultivate the next generation of design leaders.
Forming an AIGA student group is the single best link between student life and professional practice. Guided by faculty advisers who actively support them, student groups become leaders of on-campus programming and events, uniting students into a larger community and preparing them better for their careers as professional designers.
If you would like to learn more about student groups, or start one, please reach out to email@example.com for more information.
Resources for Student Groups
AIGA Student Group Guide
Connecticut Student Groups
Central Connecticut State University
Check out our calendar of events
Become a volunteer for AIGA CT
Join the AIGA CT community Slack channel