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 Graduate Taylor Billey, second from right, a member of the Navajo Nation from New Mexico is surrounded by family and friends after graduation. Credit: Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service

Academic Resources

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Native American Academic Resources

The Native American Cultural Center prioritizes providing support for student success both inside and outside of the classroom. Below are some of our academic resources for Native students at Stanford University.

Indigenous Languages Classes

We are proud to have six indigenous languages taught at Stanford University, including Hawaiian, Cherokee, Navajo, Yup'ik, Lakota, and Nahuatl.

  • For more information regarding Stanford's Special Language Program, please visit their website.

Native American Studies

Interested in majoring or minoring in Native American Studies (NAS), or even just taking a few classes? Visit NAS's website under the Center for Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity.

Center for Latin American Studies

Visit the Center for Latin American Studies for more information of their programming and academic courses.

University Archaeology Collections

The Stanford University Archaeology Collections (SUAC) is a museum-style anthropology collection of archaeological, ethnographic, and archival materials cared for by the Stanford Archaeology Center on behalf of Stanford University. Visit their website for more information.