The American Indian Council (AIC) at Arizona State University is one of the seven student coalitions who promote and represent the voice of various cultures within the university. AIC is dedicated to serving and supporting the various American Indian student organizations on campus. These organizations include: American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES), Ms. Indian ASU, Native American Business Organization (NABO), Native American Law Student Association (NALSA), Native Americans Taking Initiative ON Success (NATIONS), Barrett Indigenous Culture Association, Phi Sigma Nu, Alpha Pi Omega Sorority, and many others.
In addition to student support and growth, the American Indian Council assists in the planning process for organization events such as: Native American Heritage Month held during the month of November, American Indian Culture Week in April, and other events that advocate cultural diversity on and off campus with the Native American community in the Phoenix Metropolitan area.
The American Indian Council (AIC) at Arizona State University is one of the seven minority student coalitions that serves as an umbrella group for the American Indian student organizations. The American Indian Council facilitates and supports all American Indian organizations on campus. Currently, there are twelve American Indian organizations. The student organizations include: Alpha Pi Omega Sorority, Inc. (APiO), American Indian Graduate Student Association (AIGSA), American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES), American Indian Student Workers Association (AISWA), Barrett Indigenous Culture Association (BICA), Construction In Indian Country Student Organization (CIICSO), Mr. and Miss Indian Arizona State University Royal Court, Nations Movement, Native American Business Organization (NABO), Native American Law Students Association (NALSA), Native Americans for Academics, Success and Unity (NAASU), and One Native Nation (ONN).
In addition to providing support, the American Indian Council serves as a financial resource for organization events. The American Indian Council formally oversees its funding and enables organizations to present funding proposals to the Council. Events include the American Indian Culture Week, the Mr. and Miss Indian Pageant, Native American Heritage Month and other events that advocate cultural diversity on campus and off campus with the Native American community in the Phoenix Metropolitan area.
Usually President, sometimes Director/Chair, etc.
Usually Vice President, sometimes Secretary/Treasurer, etc.
Usually Secretary, sometimes Recruitment chair, etc.
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All ASU registered student organizations must have a full- or part-time benefits-eligible faculty or staff member serving as an advisor. By entering your advisor's email, they will automatically be sent an electronic Advisor Commitment Form which they must complete for your registration.
An Advisor Commitment Letter electronically signed by the Advisor is a required part of finalizing the registration of your student organization. Make sure to follow up with them to complete.
(Optional) A secondary advisor is not required but may be a faculty/staff, community member, alumni.