Amer­i­can Indian Stu­dent Aca­d­e­mic Services

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