Indigenous Connections to Success (ICTS)
What is ICTS?
The Indigenous Connections to Success (ICTS) program is a collaborative partnership between the Office of Indigenous Student Success (OISS) and the Office of Native American Initiatives (ONAI) that serves all self-identified Indigenous NAU students (Alaska Native, First Nations, Native American, Native Hawaiian, and all peoples who identify as Indigenous) from first-year to graduate-level students. The program aims to provide undergraduate and graduate Indigenous students an opportunity to build Indigenous community connections and awareness of resources for success before the first day of classes (8/28/23).
Benefits of the 2023 in-person program include:
- Access to helpful community resources
- Build friendships before classes start
- Connect with key mentors and staff/faculty
- Develop your support network
- Enjoy fun, interactive social activities
Who should attend? Accordion Closed
NAU Indigenous students (Alaska Native, First Nation, Native American, Native Hawaiian, and all people who identify as Indigenous) from first-year to graduate-level, are invited to this FREE program. Program participation is on a first-come, first-confirmed basis.
Program dates Accordion Closed
The program will be held over two days on August 25-26, 2023, at the Native American Cultural Center and other locations.
Event Schedule Accordion Closed
Friday, August 25, 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm MST
Saturday, August 26: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm MST