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The NACC serves as the homebase for a variety of Stanford Native cultural, career, and community-focused student groups. Explore our diverse clubs and organizations below.

Community Groups

We as a Native community - as a family - strive to increase visibility of our people and exert a positive influence among and about our people. We also seek to connect and harbor community from all of our relatives in all four directions. Our subgroups pave a way to the journey of shifting the paradigms and turning it into something new. A new beginning.

  • Stanford American Indian Organization (SAIO) 
  • Stanford Powwow
  • Native Big & Little Sibs Program 
  • Indigenous Queers (IQ) 
  • Stanford Native and Indigenous Lifting (SNAIL)

Cultural Groups

Our student-led subgroups allow for our Indigenous students to celebrate diversity and inspire others to embrace their culture and identity. Our cultural subgroups build a community on traditional values which enhance our daily lives, all while maintaining bonds within the Native community.

  • Alaska Native Student Association (ANSA) 
  • California Indigenous Organization 
  • Diné Club
  • Mariana’s Club
  • Northern Plains Association (NPA)
  • Pacific Islander Student Association (PISA)
  • Pueblos of the Southwest (POTS) 
  • Tribes of the Southeast
  • Stanford Indigenous Students of the Americas (SISAS) 
  • Stanford Language Revitalization Club

Career Groups

Our student leaders are dedicated to prepare other Indigenous students to tackle the challenges and obstacles college students face, with devoted support, strategies and methods, and demonstrate Indigenous Excellence, in and out of the classroom.

  • American Indian Science & Engineering Society (AISES)
  • Natives in Medicine (NIMS) 
  • Natives in Pre-Law (SNIPL)
  • Indigenous Peoples in the Social Sciences, Arts, and Humanities (IPSSAH)