The American Indian Institute will strengthen leadership through culturally extensive support, enhance tribal and community relations, and empower students to become viable citizens.
Therefore, we will be:
The American Indian Institute will provide our students with the knowledge to be successful:
Family- the American Indian Institute creates a family environment amongst students, staff, and faculty
Respect- the American Indian Institute recognizes the uniqueness of each Tribe and treats all members with dignity and respect
Commitment- the American Indian Institute is dedicated to student’s academic excellence, well-being, and cultural balance
Community- the American Indian Institute is responsive to the unique needs of Indigenous peoples by creating comprehensive educational pathways
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