Welcome to the American Indian Graduate Student Association (AIGSA)! AIGSA is open to all American Indian graduate students and undergraduate students on all ASU campuses. AIGSA aims to support American Indian graduate students in higher education, serves as mentors to the American Indian undergraduate and raise awareness on American Indian culture, issues and concerns. This year promises to be one of dynamic events and professional development.
* Network with American Indian graduate students
The American Indian Graduate Student Association (AIGSA) aspires to serve a critical role in promoting the professional development and cultural knowledge of its graduate and advanced degree-seeking undergraduate members in a collaborative, social environment [at all four campuses]. By fostering an atmosphere that promotes intellectual engagement and academic support, we hope to cultivate future leaders with a collective, altruistic vision aimed at raising awareness at Arizona State University and surrounding community on indigenous concerns in higher education.
- Lake Havasu City
Officers must be students in good academic and conduct standing and must be currently enrolled in classes at ASU during the semester(s) in which they are officers.
Please provide information for at least 3 officers and once registration is complete, you will be required to upload your entire member roster onto SunDevilSync. Officers are required to keep current rosters of membership on SunDevilSync. Failure to do so may affect use of University funding and appropriations.
Usually President, sometimes Director/Chair, etc.
Usually Vice President, sometimes Secretary/Treasurer, etc.
Usually Secretary, sometimes Recruitment chair, etc.
This person MUST be a full- or part-time benefits-eligible faculty or staff member at ASU (any additional advisors may be listed below in the secondary advisor slot and can be another faculty/staff, community member or alumni.)
Laura Gonzales-Macias, Ph.D.
Please use official "job title" with university
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.
In lieu of signatures on your organization's constitution, please agree to this statement by typing your full name below:
"I, the President/1st Officer of this organization, acknowledge that my organization's officers and members have been made familiar with this constitution."
Please upload your constitution. It is the responsibility of the President to ensure that all officers are in agreement with and are knowledgeable about their organization's constitution which is uploaded here. To access the constitution template, visit http://links.asu.edu/sampleco....
University policy on student organization registration, membership and officer requirements:
1. The organization must be created and controlled by currently enrolled students of ASU.
2. A minimum of three currently enrolled ASU students is required to register a student organization.
3. Membership in a registered student organization is limited to students enrolled for at least one semester hour of credit at ASU. Faculty, staff, alumni, and others may participate in the activities and programs of student organizations as guests. Guests may not vote and may not have the same privileges as a member. The number of ASU student members shall always exceed the number of guest participants.
4.. All officers must be in good academic and conduct standing. A student on academic or disciplinary probation may not hold office but may continue as an organization member.
5. At least one officer must either participate in a mandatory organization information session or meet with an appropriate staff person prior to registration.
6. Membership and all privileges, including voting and officer positions, must be extended to all students without regard to age, ethnicity, gender, disability, color, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status. Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Section 106.14, makes an exception for social fraternities and sororities, in regard to gender, for membership criteria. Religious student organizations will not be denied registration solely because they limit membership or leadership positions to students who share the same religious beliefs. These groups, however, may not discriminate in membership or leadership on any other prohibited basis (i.e., age, ethnicity, gender, disability, color, national origin, race, sexual orientation, or veteran status).
Check this box to indicate that your organization will remain in compliance with all policies, rules and regulations adopted by the Board of Regents and the University. Registered organizations and its officers may be held collectively and individually responsible for policy or Student Code of Conduct violations committed by its own members or those associated with the organization. It is the expectation of the University that the President, officers, leaders, and spokespersons take appropriate action to prevent policy or Student Code of Conduct violations by organization members or those who are associated with and may be acting for the organization, including but not limited to reporting such violations.