About

Parent Organization: University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

The mission of AISCC is to promote cultural diversity develop leadership in American Indian students of the U of M, assisting building understanding of American Indian people, issues, history and culture by bringing in native scholars and hosting events open to the entire university campus.

Please list your principal activities, events, or programs.

Frybread Fridays, Winter Storytelling and Feast, Honoring American Indian Women Luncheon, Fall Round Dance, Spring Powwow, as well as various other events throughout the school year.

How do your activities benefit the University community?

Our activities provide education about and exposure of American Indian cultures and people to the campus community, in addition to providing opportunities to have fun and make new friends. We also act as an academic support resource and facilitator for community organizations.

How can someone get involved with your group? For example, do you have a consistent meeting time, location? Do they need to fill out a membership application? Who should they contact for more information?

The best way to get involved in our group is to visit the AISCC on the second floor of Coffman Memorial Union! You can get information about upcoming events and activities, and sign up for our mailing list to receive updates about upcoming AISCC events.

Student Group ID Number

274

Department (required only for Campus Life Programs)

No Response

Standing (view student group status levels here)

Currently Registered until September 30, 2017

Classification

Registered Student Organization

Address 234 Coffman Memorial Union
300 Washington Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Phone Number P:(612) 624-0243