Who We Are & What We DoPage address: http://www.mnsu.edu/cultdiv/departments/americanindian/aboutus.html
Assistance in the recruitment of underrepresented students: The Directors visit schools, community agencies and organizations connected with students who may potentially attend MSU and advocate for these students to be admitted.
Counseling Services: Academic, personal, and financial advising are important to young people who are attending higher education institutions. These services are an important part of our services.
Peer Tutoring and Counseling Program: Student volunteers are always available and willing to assist their peers with academic tutoring, personal discussions or just talking about adjustment to MSU.
Social-cultural programs and activities: Social-cultural programs are held on campus weekly including major events.
Scholarships: The Office of Institutional Diversity maintains many scholarships and endowment including the Cultural Diversity Program Scholarship, African American Awareness Scholarship, Asian American Awareness Scholarship, Chicano-Mexicano-Latino American Awareness Scholarship, Little Crow Scholarship and many others.
Career Development Assistance: In addition to providing referral service, the Office of Multicultural Affairs assists students in researching career information and developing their own potential.
Ethnic Student Organization Advising: Ethnic student organizations include:
- American Indian Student Association
- Black Student Union
- Cambodian Student Association
- Chicano-Latino America Student Association
- Ethnic Graduate Organization
- First Nations Organization
- Hmong Student Association
- Lao Student Association
- Pan African Student Association
- Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
- Somali Student Association
- Vietnamese American Student Association
- Hispanic Scholarship Fund-Scholars Chapter