Membership in the American Indian Student Association is quite basic. Simply come to our meetings, events, and be willing to show your support in more ways than one. The core of every good person is the ability to balance ones life, mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually. If one member is off balance, it is the obligation of the group to help in any way possible. Remember we are here to help each other, because in joining this group, we become family!
1. Be an enrolled student (graduate or undergruduate). Non-students are eligible to be non-voting members.
2. Demonstrate support for the purpose of this organization, i.e. attending meetings, events etc.
3. Membership decisions will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, pregnancy, disability, age, medical condition, ancestry, marital status, citizenship, sexual orientation, or status as a Vietnam-era veteran or special disabled veteran.
4. All members are required to attend a minimum of 5 meetings per quarter to maintain active membership and vote, as recorded by the Secretary at each meeting.
5. Members must be actively involved in either the planning process or attendance of annual events, i.e. Native American Heritage Month (NAHM) of fall quarter, and the annual Powwow every spring quarter, as recorded by the Secretary.
Wednesdays at 4pm
Cross Cultural Center, AISA Office
The American Indian Student Association (A.I.S.A.) was founded in 1974. A.I.S.A.'s purpose is to support the academic and social education of American Indian Students at UC, Irvine. Initially providing a comfortable environment for Native American Students and Faculty in addition to promoting awareness to the campus community by sharing our cultural heritage. All UCI students are welcome.
If you would like to contribute to the success of the 8th Annual UCI Pow Wow,
you can donate online via PayPal by entering your desired donation amount and
click submit. Once you complete the process, make sure you print out your receipt
and bring to the information booth of the powwow to claim your authentic handmade DreamCatcher! .
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