Programs & Events
Native American Graduation Celebration
The 2018 Native American Graduation Celebration will be held at the end of Spring Quarter in the Bronco Student Center. This evening includes dinner and recognition of graduates. If you are graduating and would like to participate in this year's celebration you may contact Elena Nourrie at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Join us for the Native American Student Center's Chillin' and Grillin' 2017 Spring Social on Friday, April 21 from 5pm-7pm in the University Plaza (Building 26). There will be free hamburgers, hot dogs, games and prizes. Come hungry!
The Native American Student Center and Inter-Tribal Pow Wow Council is excited to host an evening concert highlighting indigenous music and food. The event will take place during Spring Quarter. Official music line-up will be announced at the beginning of Spring Quarter. *Everyone is welcome*
Native American Student Center Welcome Back Social
Friday, October 6, 2017
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Native American Student Center
The Welcome Back Social hosted by the Native American Student Center is an opportunity for all Native American students, faculty, staff, and the Cal Poly Pomona community to come together for an evening of socializing, food, and fun! This is also a chance to learn about available resources and upcoming events.
Thursday, October 12, 2017
University Park (across from Bronco Student Center)
Office of Student Life and Cultural Centers
A chance for students to familiarize and reacquaint themselves with the area and services of the Office of Student Life and Cultural Center. Students can enjoy food, games, and music while finding out how to get involved with the various areas of OSLCC. New this year, a Department Resource Fair has been added to provide students access to commonly used resources.
Native American Heritage Celebration
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Bronco Student Center, Ursa Major A
Come join us for a celebration of Native American heritage through an interactive discussion on indigeneity, tribal sovereignty, and Native students’ sense of belonging on campus!