Sign In / Sign Out
- ASU Home
- My ASU
- Colleges and Schools
- Map and Locations
To provide an opportunity for Native American graduates of Arizona State University to maintain a rewarding and continuing relationship with the ASU Alumni Association and the University.
Since 1988, NAAC has directed its goals towards:
NAAC is dedicated and committed to providing activities that foster education and retention of students by offering mentor programs, scholarships, awards/recognition programs, socials, and orientations.
Many of our graduates are either pursuing advanced degrees or working professions both on and off tribal communities. The continual pursuit of achievement by our fellow alumni reflects a positive outlook for younger generations.
How to become a member of the NAAC:
To keep further informed and connected, please visit us on Facebook!
All Native American alumni are invited to attend NAAC board meetings to get involved with NAAC activities and events. You are welcome to join fellow alums to stay connected to ASU and serve as role models in our respective communities. We are always seeking volunteers to assist in coordinating events and brainstorming new ideas. So, please join us and get involved today!
Our Chapter raises funds to award scholarships to support ASU students. If you would like to contribute to this initiative, please go to http://asufoundation.org/alumnichapter and select Native American Alumni Chapter from the list.
Help support the Native American Alumni Chapter buying purchasing your Sparky t-shirt today! Click here to order.
2016 Annual Spring Breakfast at Karsten Golf Course - Saturday, April 23.
The ASU Native American Chapter (NAAC) volunteered on March 26, 2016, for ASU Cares at Phoenix-based Native Connections HomeBase Youth Services (HBYS). Its program consists of three components: community outreach, resource center, and a transitional living program which focuses on serving individuals ages 18-24 years old. Nine members of the ASU NAAC cooked and served breakfast for the 25 residents at the transitional housing center. Also, we held a collection drive and donated laundry detergent, shampoo and conditioner, body wash, deodorant, and cereal.
Josiah N. Moore Scholarship Dinner 2014