- American Indian Science & Engineering Society:
American Indian Science & Engineering Society promotes excellence, leadership and opportunities in education and professional development for American Indians and Alaska Natives.
- Applied Indigenous Studies:
NAU's Applied Indigenous Studies (AIS) major combines contemporary tribal management skills with respect for indigenous culture, knowledge, values and beliefs.
- Commission for Native Americans:
To provide an outstanding undergraduate residential education strengthened by research, graduate and professional programs and sophisticated methods of distance delivery.
- Multicultural Student Center:
The Multicultural Student Center (MSC) is a safe and inclusive multicultural community that prepares students for global leadership, support, and advocacy through education.
- Native American Cancer Research Partnership:
The Native American Cancer Research Partnership (NACRP) is a collaborative program between the Arizona Cancer Center and Northern Arizona University.
- NAU's Graduate Native American Forestry Program:
With a grant from the Ford Foundation, the Native American Forestry Program can support two Native American students pursuing Master's or Doctoral degrees.
- Sustainable Energy Solutions:
The mission of the Sustainable Energy Solutions (SES) Group is to provide society with broadly educated energy experts and new technologies, as well as to help shape energy decision-making in both the private and public sectors while increasing the public's energy literacy.
Last updated: March 11, 2013