American Indian Center

American Indian Center

The primary purpose of the St. Cloud State University American Indian Center is to respond to the self-defined educational needs and goals of the current American Indian student. To this end, the American Indian Center, utilizing both internal and external resources, empowers indigenous people through quality educational programming. Additionally, the center's outreach activities promote awareness, better understanding, and sensitivity to American Indian Cultures.

Are you a St. Cloud State alumna/alumnus? We want to hear from you!

We'd love to hear about your journey since graduating. Please reach out to Emily Olson, AIC Graduate Assistant (aicga1@stcloudstate.edu) to update your contact information and give us a short biography.

Announcements and Upcoming Events

  • American Indian Speaker Series

    Terrence Yellow Fat, Standing Rock Reservation, will speak 5 p.m. Dec. 6 in Glacier South, Atwood Memorial Center.

  • Power in Diversity Conference

    In its eighth year, the conference has speakers and sessions that inspire and train youg people. Join us Jan. 26-28 in Atwood Memorial Center.