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Native American Heritage Month

Honoring and celebrating Indigenous peoples past and present
In 1990, President George H. W. Bush declared November as Native American Heritage Month. Each year during this time, Oklahoma State University pays tribute to and celebrates the ancestry and traditions of Native Americans. This month also helps educate the public about the tribes and the challenges Native people have faced over the years. 

Upcoming events

Native American Heritage Month 2022
OSU's Center for Sovereign Nations advises the Native American Student Association as well as Alpha Pi Omega Sorority. These organizations, in partnership with American Indian Science and Engineering Society will be hosting events all month.
2022 Native American Heritage Month flyer

Committed to our Native American community

Student Resources

OSU is home to several Native American student organizations which provide students the opportunity to lead, provide community service and promote cultural unity.

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Center for Sovereign Nations

The OSU Center for Sovereign Nations was founded in 2015 with a lead investment by the Chickasaw Nation and later investments by the Choctaw Nation and the Cherokee Nation.  The Center collaborates with many tribal nations and serves all native students and their friends.

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