Established in 1992, American Indian Student Academic Services (AISAS) assists undergraduates students in their academic, professional, and personal growth. AISAS develops a sense of community among students from reservation, rural, and urban backgrounds with diverse interests. They also work with students to promote American Indian heritage and culture on campus through events during the academic year, including the annual Wunk Sheek Pow Wow.
Some of what AISAS does during the year is to:
- Provide students with academic and career advising
- Connect you with American Indian students, faculty, and staff
- Plan educational forums, seminars, and workshops
- Work with local American Indian Communities
- Host feasts and potlucks for students and their families, faculty, and staff