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AIRP provides academic support services for Native students from K-PhD and beyond. Our goal is to increase the number of American Indian students attending and graduating from institutions of higher education.

Thursday, June 4, 2015
American Indian Graduation Celebration
UC Irvine Student Center
Emerald Bay C

 The American Indian Student Association, in conjunction with the American Indian Resource Program, cordially invites you to celebrate the accomplishments of the 2015 graduates. Join us as we highlight the achievements of the organization and celebrate the 2014-2015 school year. The graduation ceremony will be taking place on June 4, 2015 in Emerald Bay C. Please RSVP all attendees.

RSVP by filling out this Google Form. Non-students, please enter “Staff” or “Community Member” for the Year Field

AIRP Student, Divine Kickingbird, featured in Winds of Change Magazine

Article by Caroline Cassard
At 5:30 on a Monday morning, most high school students are still asleep, dreaming of the weekend. But Divine Kickingbird, a sophomore at Navajo Preparatory School in Farmington, NM, is already starting her day. Before signing into homeroom at 7am, she cooks breakfast with her mom, helps her younger brother dress for preschool, arrives on campus early, and slides her sports bag into her locker. The full day ahead delivers a range of eight classes, including a music course during which she is learning to play guitar. And depending on the season, soccer practice follows. After 12 hours, she returns home to tackier up to five hours of homework before heading off to bead and chasing a similar schedule the next day… Read the full article