Important dates & virtual events
March 9, 6-7 PM MST: Indigenous Visit Day with OISS & NACC
The week of March 8-13 will have various NAU departments sharing information and highlighting Indigenous services and programs to prospective high school students and family members. More info to come including Zoom link and passcode. Hosted by University Admissions and OISS. [View the recorded Zoom webinar]
April 29, 2021: 26th Annual Indigenous Convocation (virtual) ceremony
Congratulations to our Indigenous Graduates!
The virtual Indigenous Convocation is a cultural recognition ceremony for Native American, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian students to honor their accomplishments and for graduates to share a personal message to family, friends, and their Indigenous communities.
This year, the Indigenous Convocation ceremony will be virtual and Indigenous graduates who applied for spring or summer 2021 graduation.
Sash/stole: Indigenous graduates who are graduating this spring or summer 2021 and who were not able to opt into the Grad Kit RSVP or the Indigenous Convocation RSVP, may submit a request to firstname.lastname@example.org (please include full name, mailing address/PO Box, city, state, zip code, phone number and NAU ID 7-digit number). First come, first-serve basis due to limited supply of stoles/sashes.
Virtual Ceremony: The ceremony webpage features individual graduate slides, video messages from guest speakers and Indigenous faculty and staff at: Indigenous Convocation Ceremony
The Indigenous Convocation virtual ceremony is hosted and sponsored by Office of Indigenous Student Success, Native American Cultural Center, and the Office of Native American Initiatives.