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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

  • Paid internship - Summer Affirmative Action Internship Program (SAAIP) Jan 10, 2019
    The Summer Affirmative Action Internship Program (SAAIP) is an internship program offered by the state of Wisconsin. The Division of Personnel Management, Bureau of Merit Selection and Recruitment, administers the SAAIP and provides racial/ethnic minority students, female students, students with disabilities, and veteran students an opportunity to work in a professional work environment within Wisconsin state government. SAAIP provides students with valuable work experience and training in various branches of state government and is a paid internship. Many of the interns have succeeded in obtaining employment in state government as limited term or permanent state employees.
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Community Celebration Dec 19, 2018
    Join us for UW Oshkosh’s 24th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Community Celebration on Monday, January 21, 2019. The community celebration honors the life, service, and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
  • "Our Kitchen Cookbook" Now On Sale Feb 23, 2018
    Some time ago, many persons in both the University and the Oshkosh community generously gave their time and energy to collect recipes to create the “Our Kitchen Cookbook.” This beautiful spiral bound cookbook features 462 recipes. Each recipe features the donors’ names, where available, and may include the ethnic origin of the recipe so you can easily locate select origins or friends and neighbors who may have submitted a recipe.
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