The American Indian Student Success Forum morning sessions will be available to view live via web stream.
Addiitonal details about the third annual American Indian Student Success Forum will be provided in the future. Please see information below about our prior year American Indian Student Success Forum.
Our purpose is to bring together a broad group of professionals and others who would like to support American Indian students in their desire to enroll in and be successful at ASU.
The forum will be a place to learn and share new tools, techniques, and information to improve access and success outcomes — especially relevant for high school counselors, community college advisors, Tribal college personnel, Tribal financial aid officers, and personnel who work with American Indian students and families.
There is no cost to attend the forum. Lunch and free parking will be provided for conference guests.
9:30 a.m. Registration and coffee
10 a.m. Sessions begin
1 p.m. Sessions resume
3:30 p.m. Forum wrap-up
4 - 5 p.m. Student Organization Fair and campus tours
5 p.m. Research Exhibit: "Creating Visions for Future Nations" (optional)
Conference tracks are organized along four themes:
- College- and career-readiness
- Preparation for successful transfer to ASU
- Paying for college
- Academic, personal, and social support services for American Indian students
If you need a hotel, the Four Points by Sheraton at Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport is located at the entrance to the Polytechnic campus. Rooms are available at a discount for this conference. The hotel offers a free shuttle bus that will take you to the conference site. Please note that hotel space is limited so make your reservation early! Be sure to mention “March ASU Room block” for your discounted room.
General questions? Contact ASU American Indian Student Support Services at 480-965-8044.
Thank you for your interest!