American Indian Student Services' vision is to assist and support UWM American Indian students and to help make our communities stronger. The program provides potential and currently enrolled students with personalized support services which will help them realize their educational goals and make their UWM experience a fulfilling one.
Support services include:
- Recruitment and pre-college advising
- Academic advising and personal counseling
- Help with the admission and financial aid process
- Cultural enrichment programming
- Peer mentoring
All American Indian students are strongly encouraged to use our services and to take advantage of the opportunities provided. We invite you to visit the AISS office in Bolton Hall 195.
Udall Scholarship for Undergraduates
Foundation deadline: March 2, 2016
$7,000 Scholarship for Undergraduate sophomore and junior Native American / Alaskan Native / First Nation Students.
Download either the PDF or DOC for more information. Also, visit udall.gov for alumni profiles, free webinars, and application tips.
Apply online at https://www.udall.gov/OurPrograms/Scholarship/Apply.aspx.
American Indian Teacher Certification
Completion of the Early Education Teacher Certification undergraduate or post baccalaureate program will lead to a bachelor's degree and/or certification in Early Childhood Education (Birth-Grade 3). Visit the Electa Quinney American Indian Teacher Certification program webpage and the UWM School of Education for more information.
American Indian Studies
The AIS Program offers a major and a certificate in American Indian Studies. Please visit the AIS website.
Join us for our 38th Annual Autumn Pow Wow on Saturday, October 24, 2015!