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These student organizations promote academic success, cultural awareness, and community engagement. They bridge traditional values with academic pursuits, offer educational opportunities, and work towards the recruitment and retention of Indigenous students in higher education.
Your #Axeof Kindness empowers Lumberjacks while celebrating their cultural heritage. A gift today directly supports initiatives that promote diversity, equity, and inclusion within the Lumberjack community, creating spaces where individuals from various backgrounds can thrive academically, socially, and personally.
NABO recognizes professionalism and heritage as central to the club’s success. The club assists and encourages students to complete their degrees while maintaining their identities, promotes awareness of Native American culture through events, and performs community service to local and tribal communities.
AISES is a national organization that nurtures the building of community by bridging science and technology with traditional Native values through educational programs and providing opportunities for American Indians and Alaska Natives in science, engineering, and technology arenas.
Student organization of the Applied Indigenous Studies Department. To promote indigenous knowledge, provide student support, engage in our communities, and work on the retention and recruitment of indigenous students into higher education.
The purpose of the NAU HAPA Club is to help students transition into college and feel a sense of “Ohana.” The NAU HAPA Club supports club members both socially and academically. Club activities give students the opportunity to bond with one another, participate in community service activities, and get involved with events around the school to build a sense of engagement and belonging on campus. By giving students these opportunities, our club members are able to spread the Aloha Spirit and the Polynesian culture around Northern Arizona University, as well as around the Flagstaff Community.
NAU Council of Indigenous Ambassadors
As student ambassadors at Northern Arizona University and the surrounding communities, MINAU Org members will help to promote cultural awareness and understanding of tribal/indigenous nations. To support and represent NAU students and participate in programs and activities to strengthen recruitment and retention efforts of Native American students.
Morgan, Michael, and Steffany with their Zines on Indigenous Peoples Day
Abaya Yala members attending the Black Renaissance hosted by the Black Student Union.
Abaya Yala collaboration with NAU Council of Indigenous Ambassadors and the Latine Student Union for Indigenous Peoples Day and Dia La Raza.