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The Native American Cultural Center prioritizes providing support for student success both inside and outside of the classroom. The NACC’s educational mission complements and enhances students’ learning and thriving at Stanford, based on active collaboration with academic, health and wellness, career development and other campus community resources.

The Native American Cultural Center prioritizes providing support for student success on campus. Below are some of our campus resources for Native students at Stanford University.

Banner image featuring Carissa Livan, Jasmin Lopez Tang Dalsgaard, Trevor DiGerolamo, Maisam Pyarali and Dumisile Mphamba at Wilbur Field. Photo credit: Andrew Brodhead

Resources for Our Communities

Student Affairs offers our communities support and we are continually seeking ways in which we can provide resources to those who may need it, whether on or off campus. We've created this hub as a way to share and connect individuals to a variety of services, guidance, and more.

 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

The Native American Cultural Center prioritizes providing support for student success both inside and outside of the classroom. 

Golden Gate Bridge as seen from a local beach.

Off-Campus Resources

Learn more about local Bay Area resources. 

Muwekma-Tah-Ruk Residents Photo by Olivia Panarella, '22

Stanford University Native Student Groups

Here, you can find the foundational information for every Native student organization, how to join these groups, when the next event is, and more!

Exterior of Muwekma.

Muwekma-Tah-Ruk

Muwekma-Tah-Ruk is the Native American Theme House for Stanford University. 

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Native American Resource Center Library

In November 1969, Alcatraz Island became the rallying point for a pivotal event in Native American civil rights history.

Rolling hills leading off into the distance of the landscape.

Udall Scholarship

The Udall Scholarship is a scholarship opportunity geared towards sophomores and juniors who intend to become leaders across a wide spectrum of environmental fields, including policy, engineering, science, education, urban planning and renewal, business, health, justice, and economics.