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Calendar of Events

Date: Saturday, January 10, 2015
  • Time: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Location: University Student Union, Ballrooms

The Intertribal Education Collaborative is proud to present the College Exploration Day at California State University Long Beach. This free conference is designed to bring together American Indian students in middle school and high school to provide them with an awareness of higher educational opportunities. The College Exploration Day enhances the opportunity for local universities and colleges to unite and work towards a better future for American Indians as a whole.

If you, your student, school, or program is interested in attending, please register using the online form and complete a Waiver form, one for every participant.  You may bring the Waiver forms with you on Saturday, January 10th. However, please email Anna Nazarian-Peters a list of the people who will attend.

Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.

Please purchase a $5 parking permit and park in lots 3, 4, 14, 15, 17, or 18 (download a campus map with parking details here).

For more information please contact Anna Nazarian-Peters by email or phone (562) 985-8528.

To register please complete the following:

  • 1. Register HERE!
  • 2. Download Waiver form HERE!

Download event flyer here.

Download event Agenda here.

Download Campus Map here.

Driving Directions: www.csulb.edu/maps

Spring 2015

The American Indian Student Council (AISC) meets weekly on Fridays at 4:00 pm. Meetings take place at the American Indian Student Study Center located at FO4-282 (behind the PH1 and FA4 buildings, next to Parking Lot #8).

All are welcome!

Be sure to purchase a $5 parking permit if you do not have a student/staff parking permit already. Park in the general student lots before 6:00 pm or in lots 7 or 8 after 6:00 pm.

American Indian Student Study Center location map

Driving directions and campus maps: www.csulb.edu/maps

For more information, contact Anna Nazarian-Peters: Contact Us

 

Date: Saturday, November 8, 2014
  • Time: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • Location: College of Business Administration (CBA) - 140

The AILOTT Conference is designed to bring together American Indian students in middle school, high school, community colleges, and re-entry programs to provide them with an awareness of culture, career and educational opportunities.  AILOTT enhances the opportunity for the community and campus to unite and work towards a better future for American Indians as a whole.  AILOTT's success is attributed to the full participation from students, parents, educators, community members, and our student committee at CSULB.  

We will have a series of workshops, including sessions pertaining to university admissions and financial aid, a keynote presentation, and workshops on American Indian Media. Breakfast and lunch will be served.

In addition to students partaking in this conference, we encourage teachers, aides, counselors, parents, and concerned community members to participate with the students.  We ask that you supervise your student(s). 

If you, your student, school, or program is interested in attending, please fill out the enclosed Registration Form and CSULB Waiver Form, one for every participant, and mail, email or fax them to us by October 31, 2014.  You may also bring the Registration and Waiver forms with you on Saturday, November 8. However, please email Anna Nazarian-Peters a list of the people who will attend.

You may download the Agenda, Registration and Waiver forms below: Mortar board with tassle and feather

  • Agenda for AILOTT here.
  • Download Registration form for AILOTT here.
  • Download CSULB Waiver form for AILOTT here.
  • Download CSULB Campus Map here.

For more information please contact Anna Nazarian-Peters: Contact Us.

You may download a "Save the Date" flyer here.

Driving directions and campus maps: www.csulb.edu/maps

 

You're invited to the 45th Annual CSULB Pow Wow on Saturday, March 14 and Sunday, March 15, 2015 at the Upper Campus Central Quad.

The Annual Pow Wow is co-sponsored by the American Indian Student Council, American Indian Studies Program, the American Alumni Chapter, Associated Students Inc., Division of Student Services, and Student Life and Development.

Saturday, Gourd Eagle Staff.  An American Indian flag with eagke feathers.Dancing begins at 11:00 am with Grand Entry at 1 pm. Sunday, Grand Entry at 1 pm.

This event and parking is free to everyone!

 

    • Date: Saturday, May 16, 2015
    • Time: 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm
    • Location: University Student Union Ballrooms

The American Indian Graduation Celebration recognizes and acknowledges the academic accomplishments of our American Indian graduates and students. Family and friends are invited to celebrate their graduates. Dinner will be served.

Please confirm your attendance to Anna Nazarian-Peters by email anna.nazarian@csulb.edu or phone (562) 985-8528.

Please CLICK HERE for more information.

Download a campus map HERE.