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AIGA encourages the formation of student groups at colleges and universities and is committed to developing these groups as a way of encouraging students to take the first step in demonstrating a commitment to their professional interest and assisting them in understanding the profession. The goal of the student groups is to get the student involved in the local design community, create a community of their own and help them build leadership skills that will be valuable as they move into the professional world. More…

REQUIREMENTS FOR AIGA STUDENT GROUPS

These requirements reflect our experience of the past several years of what makes a successful group. Adhering to them will help ensure that the group runs smoothly and enables students to get the most out of their AIGA membership.

  • Each student group must have a faculty adviser, who must sign a formal agreement in order to activate the group. The faculty adviser is the liaison between the students and AIGA and is responsible for the formation and maintenance of the student group. In return for the extra work required of the faculty adviser to run a successful group, AIGA provides the adviser with a complimentary professional-level membership for taking on the responsibility of starting and running the student group.
  • Each group must have at least 10 students with active AIGA memberships at all times.
  • The faculty adviser must sign and return the student group agreement to start or continue a group. Signed agreements are due once a year to renew.
  • The faculty adviser is required to maintain a roster of who is in the group; a current listing of the students affiliated with the group may be viewed by logging into the adviser’s AIGA profile at my.aiga.org.
  • The faculty adviser must encourage students to keep their contact information updated (e.g., change of address, email, graduation date, major) by logging in to their own profiles at my.aiga.org.
  • The faculty adviser is required to submit a year-end report outlining the group’s activities throughout the year. The reports are due by July 1.
  • The faculty adviser assumes accountability for programming funds collected and spent.

RENEWING STUDENT GROUPS

A new agreement must be signed and returned to AIGA each year, to confirm that the student group will continue, and to renew the faculty adviser’s complimentary membership. Failure to return a signed agreement will cause the student group to be deactivated.

NUMBER OF STUDENT GROUPS PER CAMPUS

AIGA will recognize one (and only one) faculty adviser per campus. Full-time faculty members are encouraged to take advantage of the special AIGA educator rate. See full-time faculty membership for more information.

AIGA HAMPTON ROADS STUDENT GROUPS

Old Dominion University
As a student group, we have a great opportunity to connect with the design community in our area, host events and meetings on campus, and create a strong sense of community among designers right here on campus.

Ivanete BlancoIvanete Blanco
Faculty Advisor

AIGA ODU on Facebook

Thomas Nelson Community College
We are a like-minded group of artistic visual design students, faculty, alumni and associates at Thomas Nelson Community College in Hampton created to encourage and assist students to become active in the visual arts community.

Cece WheelerCece Wheeler
Faculty Advisor

AIGA TNCC on Facebook

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Join AIGA Hampton Roads and Nikki Villagomez for a look into how culture affects typography and decision-making processes in everyday life. In her presentation, Nikki will use pictures taken throughout her travels to discuss the comparisons (and contrasts) in type choices based on location. This is where YOU come in! Help shape the event’s content by sending in photos of your favorite Hampton Roads typography.
Norfolk · Thursday, September 14, 2017
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Nikki Villigomez has learned a lot over 17 years as a graphic design professional. In this talk, Nikki will proudly share her failures and triumphs as she takes the audience on a 10-step journey of the lessons she has learned along the way. Nikki has been an in-house designer, a freelancer, a stay at home mom, and an educator. Come listen to Nikki share real-life lessons that she wishes someone had told her when she was an emerging designer!
Norfolk · Friday, September 15, 2017
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New York · Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - Friday, September 22, 2017
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