Our programs encourage Native American, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian and other students who self-identify as Indigenous, to engage with the university community. You will have the opportunity to develop your leadership skills and connect with other students.
Indigenous Student Support Program
The Support Program offers new freshmen/transfer, continuing, and graduate students personalized academic and financial aid guidance along with peer mentoring support, referrals to campus resources, student organizations and cultural activities, and access to one-on-one support.
Indige-Bridge to Success Program
The Indige-Bridge to Success Program offers new first-year and new transfer students the opportunity to arrive one week prior to the fall 2020 term and if residing in a campus residence hall, selected students may move in early.
Peer Mentoring Program
The Peer Mentoring Program is comprised of seasoned NAU college students who serve as mentors to Indige-Bridge participants and other first-year students. All positions have been filled for the 2019-20 academic year.
Students interested in learning more about or being a part of any of the above programs are highly encouraged to contact Office of Indigenous Student Success (928-523-8086).