Native American Student Affairs

The Office of Native American Student Affairs (ONASA) researches, designs and implements unique programs that promote the pursuit of academic success, retention and graduation of students, with an emphasis on Native American students. Many of the programs and services expand students’ cultural horizon while honoring their respective cultural experiences. The Office of Native American Student Affairs resides in the Department of Multicultural Student Affairs. Multicultural Student Affairs works in conjunction with a number of university departments and colleges to conduct programs related to recruitment, orientation, retention and graduation in addition to academic, personal, professional and cultural development, which foster skills and strategies for being successful at N.C. State. Some of the programs and services of Native American Student Affairs include the following: Native American Symposium, Peer Mentor Program, Native American Heritage Month, A.S.A.P.- Academic Success Assistance Program, Freshman Honors Convocation, annual POW WOW, Student Leadership Development and Student Organization Advising.

Cultural Awareness and Reaffirmation Programming

Student Organization Advising

Additional Native American Resources