There are several student organizations available for Native American students at the University of Michigan.
American Indian in Science and Engineering Society(AISES): AISES is a national academic organization that promotes the representation of Native Americans in the science and engineering fields. The UM chapter welcomes all who are interested in its mission including non-Natives and those who are not in the science and engineering fields themselves. Please contact aises.exec AT umich DOT edu for more information.
Latin American and Native American Medical Association (LANAMA): a medical student organization at the University of Michigan Medical School.
Native American Law Students Associaton (NALSA): a community of both Native and non-Native individuals who are interested in issues currently affecting the Native American community.
Native American Student Association (NASA): the umbrella Native organization at UM with members from many of the undergraduate and graduate (professional) departments and programs from UM and community members at large. NASA plans Native American Heritage Month in November, the Dance for Mother Earth Powwow in the spring, and other programming throughout the year. Please email nasa.exec AT umich DOT edu for more information.
Native Graduate Student Caucus (Native Caucus). Please contact Lani Teves (tevess AT umich DOT edu) or Kelly Fayard (kfayard AT umich.edu) for more information.