We are your home away from home, an academic and resource center for undergraduate Native American, Alaska Native, and Indigenous students.
Come to the NAC to:
Learn about faculty hours held at the NAC and scholarship opportunities.
Find registered student organizations and activities to join.
Learn about the FLC program of study surrounding indigenous experiences.
Host cultural and social events with food in the Diversity Collaborative shared kitchen. Submit your request and read the policies.
For enrolled citizens or the children of an enrolled citizen of an American Indian Tribal Nation or Alaska Native Village.
Build community with peers from multiple tribal communities during this Orientation experience.
Join us in acknowledging the resiliency of Indigenous Peoples through art, culture, food, music, tradition, and well-being.
Get the 2023 schedule
Celebrate with FLC's two-day event of scholarship exhibit, powwow, arts & crafts market, and celebration of cultures.
Learn more about Hozhoni Days
FLC's student body is 27% Native American, represented by a rich cultural diversity of 113 tribal nations, and is federally designated as a Native American-Serving Non-Tribal Institution.
Location: Student Union, Room 020Phone: 970-247-7221Fax: 970-247-7686Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgMailing address: 1000 Rim Drive, Durango, CO 81301
Submit the NAC Visitation Request Form to promote:
Allow at least two weeks' notice to guarantee accommodations.
*High school and transfer student groups schedule visits through the Admission Office.