AICE is dedicated to supporting Native students and proud to provide services necessary for collegiate success. Several of these services are listed below. Visit the AICE office for information about local resources not offered directly by the college.
Family is the cornerstone
AICE prides itself on a body, mind, and spirit approach to our support system. Since family is a cornerstone of our culture, we want to include your family in as many activities as possible and provide a family like support system for you when you need it. Come by our center any time!
On campus services
AICE offers access to a Mac lab located on the first floor of Kah-Ne-You-Ah Hall.
Throughout the semester, AICE and the Native American Student Association (NASA) work with community organizations and local schools to provide you with service opportunities. Be sure to attend our weekly NASA meetings for up-to-date listings of service opportunities.
AICE has developed partnerships with education staff at tribal offices in order to help guide you through the financial aid process. We also have access to dozens of other scholarship resources.
The stress of balancing college and family can be overwhelming. AICE can put you in touch with wellness professionals who can help you manage a healthy life.
AICE partners closely with NEO advisors who can help you explore various fields of interest, select a specific major, research career options, and develop an academic plan. We are also happy to assist you with your educational goals beyond NEO. We can provide guidance throughout the transfer process and help you select your next university and major.
NEO provides access to a Registered Nurse on campus. We can also assist with referrals to IHS.
Career advising services are designed to help you focus and implement your goals. A variety of resources are available to you, including workshops, assessment tools, computerized resources, and individual appointments with career advisors.