We encourage all students to get involved with campus programs and clubs. The UA has 500+ student clubs and organizations in addition to those that serve our Native American community. Make friends and find your passion! For more information, please check out ASUA Clubs Directory.
Voices Of Indigenous Concerns in Education
VOICE is a student-led organization dedicated to addressing the systemic issues in higher education that challenge the success and wellbeing of Indigenous students, staff, and faculty. We aim to do so by sharing the narratives and lived experiences of Indigenous Peoples in higher education, prioritizing the local communities surrounding UArizona. To do so, we desire to create and maintain the necessary relationships grounded in kinship to guide our efforts in addressing said challenges.
Indigicat Student Association
ISA works to enrich the educational, social, and cultural experience of Native Americans at the University of Arizona. ISA promotes the value of education, fosters leadership, serves recreational and social needs, promotes and preserves cultural heritage of all Native American students. ISA serves as a cultural resource for the University campus.
Tohono O'odham Student Association
TOSA supports Tohono O’odham students, provides a place for them to meet other UA native students, conducts community outreach, and increases the attendance and graduation of native students at the UA.
Alpha Pi Omega, Sorority Inc.
Alpha Pi Omega Sorority Inc., is the country’s oldest Indigenous Greek letter organization. Founded at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill on Sept. 1, 1994, the sorority has more than 900 sisters representing more than 130 tribes nationwide and 24 chartered chapters.
We are truly a united sisterhood of indigenous women who are committed to each other, our communities, tribes, families, academic excellence and self-empowerment.
Native American Law Student Association
NALSA provides academic support for Native American Law Students, aims to integrate Indian law and policy throughout the law school curriculum, and networks with other NALSA chapters and practicing attorneys throughout Indian country.
American Indian Science & Engineering Society
AISES focuses on outreach to Native American high school and middle school students, through the professional development of its members, and community-building among UA native students.
American Indian & Indigenous Health Alliance
AIIHA seeks to foster the education and professional experience of indigenous students through diverse avenues of support that are responsive, adaptive, and efficient, and by so doing increase the representation of indigenous students in public health disciplines.
American Indian Alumni
AIA supports American Indian students at the UA through mentorship, community service and the provision of scholarship opportunities. After graduation, this will be a great resource for networking, getting involved, and staying connected to the UA family!
American Indian Studies Graduate Council
AISGSC provides a voice for student advocacy; improves the educational experience of native students by promoting professional relationships between faculty, students, and staff; and enhances scholarship opportunities and access to research funding.