American Indian Student Association
Through the empowerment of education the American Indian Student Association (AISA) strives to assist American Indian students in gaining leadership and advocacy skills while providing a culturally-based support system;promoting cultural awareness; and demonstrating a commitment to campus and community involvement.
|Keywords||Native American, Cultural, Native, American Indian,|
Indicate any GPA or other requirements for Membership.
Open to all UWM students
Summarize the organization's purpose as stated in the charter or constitution. (60 word maximum)
The purpose of AISA is to strive to assist American Indian students in gaining leadership and advocacy skills while providing a cultural awareness and demonstrating a commitment to campus community involvement through the empowerment of education.
Summarize organizational events, activities and programs. (40 word maximum)
Our activities include our Annual Autumn UWM Pow Wow in addition to awareness events such as demonstrations and lectures, Toys for Tots, lectures at area schools, local conferences, movies, and hosting guest speakers and musicians.
Must be one of the four primary officers list on page 2 of this form. First and last name required.
Must be one of the four primary officers list on page 2 of this form. Include area code.
Must be one of the four primary officers list on page 2 of this form.