Our programs encourage Native American, Alaskan Native, and Native Hawaiian students to engage
with the university community. You will have the opportunity to develop your leadership
skills and connect with other students.
NASS Scholars Program
Receive academic and financial aid guidance, peer mentor
support, as well as connections to campus resources, and be part of a Freshmen Seminar class cohort for new Native American, Alaskan Native, and Native Hawaiian freshmen students during your first and second semesters at the university. Applicants must meet eligibility requirements to be in the program.
Academic and Personal Development workshop series
Workshop topics include leadership development, finances, career planning, diverse cultural subjects, and other student educational opportunities.
P.E.E.R.S (Providing Encouragement to Empower and Retain Students) Program
Share your experiences and lead the next generation of students to success. You will serve a dual role as a Peer Teaching Assistant (PTA) and as a peer mentor to NASS Scholars
participants. NASS will be posting the job announcement and application instructions for the 2014-15 academic year in March 2014 for the Peer Teaching Assistant/Peer Mentor positions. More information coming soon.
For more information, contact Sharon Doctor at 928-523-6960 or