Through MCC's Office of Student Life there are a number of campus clubs that are offered here. Two clubs related to the American Indian student population are the Inter-tribal Student Organization (ISO) and the newly formed American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES).
ISO promotes social interactions and involvement among students as a way to connect with one another while becoming familiar with Mesa Community College and its diverse student population. As a group, ISO does a lot to get people involved in a number of different activities from fundraising for out-of-state trips to volunteering at Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Arizona and other events such as group bowling outings, picnics, sporting events, and frybread sales. Find more information, including club meeting dates, events, and other ISO-related things by clicking the picture below:
During the Fall 2013 semester, the American Indian Institute at MCC and the Maricopa Office of American Indian Outreach worked with MCC Office of Student Life to bring together the organization of another campus club for American Indian students. In September 2013 with the arrival of Commander John Herrington (first Native American astronaut to walk in space), the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) began to take shape at MCC. Now in the Spring 2014 semester there are meetings planned and events scheduled that will be geared toward students interested in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields. Click on the picture below for more information:
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