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Eastern's American Indian Studies Program is designed to explore the past, present and future of American Indians through studies in their history, literature, research and culture.

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    The AISP advising system enriches and supports the individual academic goals and cultural heritage of Native American students. AISP advisers assist students with academic planning, career counseling, tutorial services, financial aid and scholarship information, workshops, orientation, admissions, tribal and community organizations, and acts as a liaison with the Bureau of Indian Affairs and other area tribal organizations.

    Native Students attending EWU have the option of utilizing the American Indian Studies Advisor or they may access other forms of advising on the EWU campus. For advising please contact Nicole DeVon at 509.359.6665 or email

    Program headquarters (Indian Education Center) also serves as a referral center for students needing to access local resources not offered by the University.

    The on campus student organization, Native American Student Associations (NASA) is housed in the Indian Education Center. NASA holds weekly meetings and is responsable for the organization of the annual EWU Pow-Wow.

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    American Indian Studies Program
    EWU Longhouse MS-21EC
    Cheney, WA 99004

    phone: 509.359.2441
    fax: 509.359.2846

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