Indigenous Programs

Supporting Indigenous Students in Higher Education

We provide resources and support for indigenous students at Utah State University. Indigenous programming creates a safe space to foster a personalized approach to your college experience. We aid indigenous students in retaining and completing a degree at USU

Get Involved

Join a club, honor society, or an email list to stay connected and involved.


Leadership Development

Develop leadership skills by promoting and enhancing cultural understanding through group presentations, leadership workshops, and educational activities and events.

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Free Computer Use and Printing

TSC 315 offers a quiet space to focus, with access to computers and free printing.

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Native American Student Lounge

Connect with fellow Aggies at TSC 316A.

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The Inclusion Center and Financial Aid Office assists American Indian and Alaskan Native students with federal, tribal, institutional, and private resources and procedures for financial assistance.

Lean more about the scholarships available for Indigenous students.


Indigenous Student Email Lists

Sign up for the Indigenous Student email lists (NTSA and/or PSU) to get more communication about upcoming events, meetings, resources, scholarships, and more.


Club Organizing Meetings

Polynesian Student Union Meeting

Join us for food, games, and to elect new club officers. Get acquainted with new/old club members!

Oct 6th | 6:00pm | TSC 3rd floor common lounge

Native American Student Council Meeting

Join us for food, games, and to elect new club officers. Get acquainted with new/old club members!s

Oct 8th | 6:00pm | NASC Lounge - TSC rm 314

Indigenous Program Events

Indigenous \ Women & Gender
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Wind River Screening (MMIW)

October 11th, 2021 | 7:00 pm | via zoom

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Radical Self-Care Series

Sponsored by: Women and Gender, Indigenous & CAPS

10-14-21 Emotional Resilience in Times of Racial Trauma | 3:00pm -4:00pm Library 101

Join us as we re-examine self-care from an intersectional and radical lens. Audre Lorde who originally coined the phrase interrogated “the devastating effects of overextension” and the difference between “overextending” herself and “stretching” herself. We’ll explore self-compassion, makeup as a form of resistance, boundaries, and how to practice both rest and revolution in our activism.

Contact Us

Indigenous Program Coordinator

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Alina Begay

Inclusion Center Office

Taggart Student Center 315

Office Hours: M-F 8-5pm.

Mailing Address

Indigenous Student Programs Inclusion Center
0185 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84321-0185

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