The SPIRIT program offers culturally-inspired activities that connect you with American Indian faculty and American Indian Student Support Services staff, who will serve as role models and professional mentors throughout your ASU experience.
Awesome article presented by Maureen Roen from the
College of Letters and Sciences. The article highlights the benefits of SPIRIT, student involvement, AISSS goals of all American Indian/Alaskan Native students graduating and ASU's Commitment to American Indian Tribes.
The AISSS office at the West Campus is moving to Fletcher Library, join us for an Open House on Thursday, November 12th from 10 am to 1 pm. Food and refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP.
All ASU American Indian students will successfully progress towards educational excellence and graduation to become self-reliant individuals who effectively give back to their families and communities.
Get a jumpstart with SPIRIT. A free two-week program that helps first-time freshmen students adjust to ASU, and connect with friends and mentors. Do you have SPIRIT? Learn more and apply today!
Video directed by Ramon "Moonie" Littleman, ASU construction management student. Moonie brings his unique visions to life, utilizing his culture as inspiration. For more videos, visit Moonie's YouTube channel.