The Native American Center (NAC) serves as an academic and cultural resource center for Native American undergraduate students attending Fort Lewis College. As the NAC, we:

  • Provide academic, cultural, social, and transitional support for undergraduate Native American students;
  • Connect and refer undergraduate students to campus and departmental resources;
  • Develop and promote diversity and inclusion programming in support of indigenous, Native American, American Indian, and/or Alaska Native cultures;
  • Promote outreach with tribal communities and organizations;
  • Serve as a central resource center for the Fort Lewis College community on Indigenous and/or Native focused areas;

Our overall Native American student enrollment averages 1,100 Native students each semester and within that a rich cultural diversity of 160+ tribal nations is represented. Fort Lewis College maintains a federal designation as a Native American-Serving Non-Tribal Institution (NASNTI) as over 10% of our student body is Native American.

Are you a graduating senior? Join us for dinner honoring you! Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. in the Vallecito Room.
 
To be considered a graduating senior you must:

  • Have applied to graduate and been approved
  • Graduate Fall 2018
  • Walk in the Fall 2018 graduation ceremony

You may bring up to 2 guests. If you are interested in attending, please
RSVP here.

Fort Lewis College
1000 Rim Drive
Durango, CO 81301-3999
Phone: 970-247-7221
Fax: 970-247-7686
Email the Native American Center

Campus Location
Student Union, Room 020


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