AICE Staff and Email
Claudia LittleAxe, Director
Northeastern OK A&M College &
The American Indian Center for Excellence
One Campus. Many Nations.
NEO is a diverse campus with many tribes represented. Our unique diversity provides a rich cultural environment in which students can embrace their heritage while building solid futures. The American Indian Center for Excellence (AICE) was established in 2011, and our mission is simple: we aim to empower American Indian students to become successful, productive, healthy graduates.
AICE is funded by a Title III grant awarded in the Fall of 2010. A conduit to internal and external resources, we strive to respond to the self-defined educational needs and goals of our American Indian students and communities. This goal is achieved through quality educational programming and professional development activities for area educators.
AICE provides many FREE services for your success!
A gathering place to relax and make new friends.
Resources for jobs, scholarships, and student leadership opportunities.
Academic guidance on class selection and degree completion.
Professional guidance on tribal scholarships, personal concerns, and balancing work, school, family and culture.
Events include Native American Student Association activities and cultural events.
Referrals for child care, health services, housing, social services, and custom campus tours.
Computer lab for writing papers, e-mail, research, and printing (up to 10 pages per visit).
Requesting a letter of recommendation for scholarship, internship, or admission applications.
Scanning of educational documents at no charge.