The Native American Cultural Center's mission is to champion Indigenous excellence, foster leadership development and promote wellness. As part of the Centers for Equity, Community, and Leadership, under the umbrella of the Vice Provost for Student Affairs, the NACC anchors events, programs, lectures, performances, meetings and conversations around Native issues. It is a place to learn, to grow, to relax, to celebrate, to meet friends, to find support, to get advice, and to nurture community. It is home to Stanford’s 400 Indigenous-identifying students representing 50 Native nations and islands, and is a welcoming place to others on campus and beyond.
The Native American Cultural Center is located on campus at the edge of White Plaza, in the Old Union Clubhouse, the Native American Cultural Center occupies the entire ground floor. Student's have regular access to its Lounge, Computer Cluster, Resource Library, and Undergraduate and Graduate Organizational Office Spaces. Also located within the NACC are Professional Staff Offices and a Community Kitchen.
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Indigenous Exhibits and Installations
Review a curated list of various indigenous-related events.