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The Native American Support Program (NASP) cultivates an environment supportive of positive experiences for Native American and Indigenous students at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). Learn about NASP initiatives and programming, and get updates on upcoming events and resources both on the UIC campus and within the greater community.

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  • NASP BINGO NIGHT FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS IN THE CHICAGO AREA (RSVP REQUIRED)

    NASP VIRTUAL 2020 BINGO SOCIAL

    THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2020

    PRIZES!!!

    Share stories and laughter. Open to all UIC students and College students from our sister programs

    Registration via zoom required: https://go.uic.edu/NASP_BINGO_2020

    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the fun via Zoom

  • Assistant Dean for Recruitment, College of Applied Health Sciences University of Illinois at Chicago

    Job Summary:

    The Dean’s Office of the College of Applied Health Sciences (AHS) at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) invites applications for the position of Assistant Dean for Recruitment. This full-time academic professional position provides leadership in undergraduate student recruitment and yield initiatives within the college. Using data driven metrics and best practices in marketing, the Assistant Dean for Recruitment provides overall leadership in planning, directing, implementing, and assessing recruitment and yield strategies to meet the enrollment goals of the College of Applied Health Sciences. This position is responsible for developing and maintaining partnerships with feeder high schools and community colleges related to student outreach and pipeline programs.  In addition, the Assistant Dean for Recruitment collaborates and communicates frequently with academic departments across the college and with the campus Office of Academic Enrollment Services on recruitment and yield initiatives. The Assistant Dean for Recruitment utilizes software to manage prospective student databases and communication plans.  The ideal candidate has previous recruitment and admissions experience, as well as a deep knowledge of recruitment policies and practices, and marketing strategies particularly as they pertain to undergraduate recruitment. Travel is necessary for this role.  Candidate must have excellent leadership, attention-to-detail, communication/marketing, organizational, and interpersonal skills.  A commitment to diversity and a client-centered, teamwork attitude are required.

  • American Indian College Fund Scholarship

    • American Indian Law School Scholarship
    • Cobell Graduate Fellowship
    • Dell Scholarship
    • Google Veterans Scholarship
    • AISES T3 Fund Scholarships
    • Fellowships and Grants for Women
    • Jack Kent Cooke Scholarships
    • South Dakota Scholarship
    • Greenhouse Scholars Program
    • Gucci Changemakers Scholarship
    • Root-Tilden-Kern Interest Scholarship Program
    • Bloomberg Fellows Program
    • MS in Ecology Inclusivity and Innovation Scholarship
    • AMS Minority Scholarship
  • Virtual Holliday

    Please see the flyer for details. 

  • Urban Native Health and Wellness Survey

    Please see the flyer for details. 

  • St Kateri Mass

    Please see the flyer for details. 

  • Virtual St. Kateri Prayer Circle

    Please see the flyer for details. 

  • Indigenous Women Healing Circle

    Please see the flyer for details. 

  • BIAS Reporting Tool

    This tool is designed to help you share your experiences with bias, discrimination and harassment so that we can support you and better understand the complex needs and challenges facing our campus community. It is for use by all members of the UIC community, including students, faculty and staff. If you fill out the form, it will be reviewed by members of the Bias Response Team. Reports involving faculty and staff will be referred to and/or reviewed in coordination with Office for Access and Equity and the Office of Diversity.You may submit the form anonymously. If you choose to do so, keep in mind that there will be no way for us to follow up with questions, so please take care to provide sufficient detail. If you do include your contact information, a member of the Bias Response Team, which includes members from the Office of the Dean of Students , Office of Diversity and/or the Office for Access and Equity will follow-up with you.

  • DAR American Indian Scholarship

    DAR American Indian Scholarship

    Each year the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) awards multiple scholarships to students showing dedication to the pursuit of higher education. The DAR American Indian Scholarship is awarded to help Native American students of any age, any tribe, and in any state striving to get an education at the undergraduate or graduate levels. However, preference is given to undergrad students. All of the awards are judged based on financial needs and academic achievement. These awards are available for vocational training or college/university studies.

    • Application Deadline:
      • January 31, 2021, 11:59PM EST.
    • Award:
      • One time award of $4,000.00
    • Requirements
      • Must be Native American (must provide proof) GPA of 3.25 or higher Selection is based on academic achievement and financial need
    • Application Process
      • All applicants must complete a general application and will be automatically considered for other scholarships, please sign-in here or sign-up here.

    For questions contact the National Vice-Chair, American Indians Scholarship at americanindiansschol@nsdar.org for questions and information