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American Indian Student Services at UW Oshkosh

The Division of Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence at UW Oshkosh offers student services for American Indian students.

Mission Statement

The mission of the American Indian Student Services (AISS) at UW Oshkosh is to provide academic support, cultural understanding and academic guidance and counseling referrals for American Indian Students. The AISS office is responsible for providing programs and services that support persistence, retention and graduation of American Indian students. The AISS office also assists with college transition issues unique to American Indian students.

AISS offers:

  • Tutoring and study groups
  • Connection to student organizations
  • Assistance finding scholarships, internships and grants
  • Student advocacy and assistance
  • One-on-one cultural support and guidance
  • Campus/community events and activities
  • Leadership and professional development
  • Mentorship opportunities

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News and Highlights

  • Faculty and Staff Inclusive Excellence Workshop Sep 22, 2017
    Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence presents "Inclusive Excellence: The Margin of Success in Higher Education" which is a three-hour interactive workshop designed to assist participants in uncovering their unconscious biases. Registration is limited to the first 20 people. Please complete the implicit Bias Association tests online: Sexuality, Race and Native American. Print two copies and bring your results to the workshop. Each test will take ten minutes. Register by Friday, September 29, 2017.
  • Student Development Workshop Sep 22, 2017
    Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence is offering an interactive Inclusive Excellence workshop designed to help students work and live in a global society. Registration is limited to the first 20 people. Please complete the following Implicit Bias Association tests online: Sexuality, Race and Native American. Print two copies and bring your results to the workshop. Each test will take ten minutes. Register by Monday, October 2, 2017.
  • Reclaiming Your Strength: Planning for Success Sep 22, 2017
    Join us on Thursday, October 26, 2017 as Dr. Jacqualyn F. Green discusses the mental health of students and students of color at 6:00 p.m. in Sage Hall, Room 1232. Dr. Green will review African strengths and motivational proverbs, identify signs & symptoms of things getting out of control and determine helpful strategies and resources.
  • Inclusive Excellence Pedagogy Workshop Sep 21, 2017
    Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence is offering an Inclusive Excellence Pedagogy Workshop in May which is designed to equip faculty with Inclusive Excellence Pedagogy to teach a diverse student body. This workshop is offered in collaboration with the Center for Excellence, Teaching and Learning. Watch for registration details.
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