The Alumni Association is a loose network of interested American Indian CSULB Alumni, American Indian Studies graduates or former AISC members. They raise money for CSULB American Indian student scholarships. For more information contact Craig Stone or Anna Nazarian-Peters.
AISES promotes education in the sciences among American Indians and Alaskan Natives. National AISES programs are offered at three levels: pre-college, college and professional. The Long Beach chapter is at the college level. AISES raises funds to attend the fall AISES national conference. Contact the CSULB AISES Chapter by emailing: email@example.com or visit www.aises.org regarding the national organization.
The council is open to any currently enrolled student who is interested in American Indian cultures. The council hosts and co-sponsors the Annual CSULB POW WOW and AILOTT, an education conference. In addition, the council hosts several smaller events year round and its members serve on University committees to represent American Indian students' views and issues. The Council meets on a weekly basis on Thurdays at 6:30 pm in the American Indian Student Study Center located at Faculty Office 4, Room 282 (FO4-282).
For more information email AISC President Adelita Arredondo.
Download a map of the Center's location here: American Indian Student Study Center Map
Please contact American Indian Student Services for any changes and/or more information: contact us.