Join a club or organization in American Indian studies
If you want to network and interact with fellow students who are passionate about Indigenous culture, we encourage you to join one of Arizona State University’s American Indian clubs and organizations. The benefits of any type of student involvement are numerous, from making new friends to positioning yourself for employment.
- Alpha Pi Omega Sorority, Inc. – One of the oldest Native American sororities, representing many tribes nationwide. This sisterhood of Indigenous women are dedicated to excellence and empowerment.
- American Indian Graduate Student Association – Open to American Indian graduate students and undergraduates considering further study, this association supports students and raises awareness on Indigenous culture.
- Native Americans Taking Initiative on Success – Nurturing Native American students, this paraprofessional organization promotes growth and retention through academic support and cultural enrichment.
- Phi Sigma Nu Native American Fraternity – One of the oldest American Indian fraternities in the country, empowering Native men to engage academically, socially and culturally to inspire growth in tribal families.
Learn more about student involvement opportunities at ASU’s American Indian Student Support Services website.