Native American Student Resources

annishinaabe student leadership camp

The Anishinaabe Student Leadership Camp at Grand Valley State University offers Native American/North American Indigenous high schools students an opportunity to build their future as leaders. This camp promotes cultural learning, preparation for college and a unique experience on GVSU’s campus.

The Native American Advisory Council (NAAC) hosts an annual graduation feast to celebrate the accomplishments and future endeavors of fall and winter semester graduates. Families and community members are invited to celebrate graduates and their contributions. As a gift for each graduate, the NAAC reserves a ceremonial cord for undergraduate students and a stole for graduate students to wear with their graduation regalia.  Graduation 2023 Celebration will be held on April 27th, 2023 at the Paul A. Johnson Center, located in the Eberhard Center, 301 W. Fulton Street, Grand Rapids, MI 49504.  Festivities will begin at 4PM, bring your cap/gown for the photographer we will have on-site.

Native American Student Graduation Feast

Native American Student Association (NASA) is a registered Student Organization at Grand Valley State University dedicated to promoting Native American/Indigenous cultural awareness across the Allendale campus and surrounding community, as well as bringing attention to important broader Native American social issues. The organization is proud to have a diverse membership of both Native American and non-Native students. The organization is open to both undergrad and graduate students as well as GVSU faculty/staff.

Join any of our hundreds of student organizations, various programming teams, fraternity and sorority life, or participate in civic engagement and leadership opportunities!


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