TAGA University/College Chapter Links

Requirement for Active Chapter status

In order to hold the title of Active, a chapter must have at least one student attending the conference every two years. This does not mean that a University/College Chapter has to provide a journal. The attending student(s) will be provided a table for their own materials for promotion.

Active Universities/Colleges

Active Universities/Colleges, No Chapters

  • Carnegie Mellon University - Pittsburgh, PA
    • Academic Involvement: Anthony Stanton - stanton(at)andrew.cmu.edu

Inactive Universities/Colleges

If you attend any of the schools below and are interested in re-activating your TAGA Student Chapter, please contact us at TAGA(at)printing.org.

  • Arizona State University - Tempe, AZ, USA
  • Arkansas State University - State University, AR, USA
  • California State University (Los Angeles) - Los Angeles, CA USA
  • Chinese Culture University - Yang-Ming-Shan, Paipei Taiwan
  • Chowan College - Murfreesboro, NC
  • Chulalongkorn University - Bangkok, Tailand
  • Danish School of Media and Journalism - Copenhagen, Denmark
    • Academic Advisor: Soren Tapdrup Jensen - stj(at)dmjx.dk
  • Eastern Illinois University- Charleston, IL, USA
    • Chapter Advisor: Gabe Grant - gjgrant(at)eiu.edu
  • Illinois State University- Normal, IL, USA
    • Chapter Advisor: Adam Burke - aaburke(at)ilstu.edu
  • KTH Royal Institute of Technology - Stockholm, Sweden
  • Linköping University - Linköping, Sweden
    • Academic Advisor: Björn Kruse - bjokr(at)itn.liu.se
  • New York University - New York, NY, USA
  • North Carolina A&T State University - Greensboro, NC, USA
  • University of Central Missouri - Warrensburg, MO, USA
  • University of Wales Swansea - Swansea, Wales, Unitied Kingdom
  • University of Wisconsin Stout - Menormonie, WI, USA
  • Waukesha County Technical College - Pewaukee, WI, USA

Starting A TAGA Student Chapter

It is relatively easy to start a TAGA Student Chapter. If you are a student or an alumni of a school that you feel should consider starting or reestablishing a TAGA Student Chapter, please contact us at taga(at)printing.org for more information.

A TAGA Student Chapter will be recognized by following just a few requirements:

  • Provide the TAGA office with the name, address, website of your university or department so that we may include it on the list of “active” student chapters on www.printing.org/tagastudents.
    • If you have a TAGA webpage, please also provide that link as well.
  • Select a Faculty Advisor for the chapter.
    • As students graduate every year, it is important to have a member of faculty to help carry the group through from year to year.
    • Provide the name and contact information of this person to the TAGA office.
    • The TAGA advisor should be an active TAGA member (Professional rate is $125).
    • The TAGA Membership Application is available at www.printing.org/taga.
  • Publicize your chapter, hold your first meeting, and elect your officers (president, vice president, etc.).
  • Encourage membership in the National TAGA organization.
    • Student membership is only $50 per student (vs. $125 for professional members).
    • The TAGA Membership Application is available at www.printing.org/taga.
    • TAGA membership has many benefits, including drastically discounted registration to the annual conference.

Published on Monday, May 15, 2006 (updated 11/03/2016)

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