The American Indian Center welcomes all students, native and non-native, to share their story and learn about American Indian history, language and culture through participation in events, hosted by the American Indian Center and various partners throughout the year.  Student success is enhanced through experiences both inside and outside of the classroom.  We feel it is important to get to know each other, share life events, and experience new  adventures with those around us. 

2014-2015 AIC Event Calendar (pdf)

Retention Luncheons
Every other Wednesday at Noon
See Event Calendar for specific dates!
American Indian Speaker Series
February 19, 2015, 5 - 6 p.m.
Location: Ritsche Auditorium, SH 111A

Interested in an opportunity where you can really make a difference? Join us for the annual Spring Break Service Trip to Montana!!

This trip provides students with an opportunity for personal growth through raised awareness of social issues and injustices,
and an experiential learning environment at the Boys and Girls Club of the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation, in Lame Deer, Montana.
The trip is limited to 20 people.  Student participants are selected by an application review committee.
Students must be in good standing with the University and able to pass a Code of Conduct and background check.
More details, including price, are within the application.

Download Application Here!

Spring Break Service Trip 2015