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American Indian Student Organization (AISO)

AISO is an active student club whose mission is to increase representation of the American Indian student population on Northern's campus.

AISO works to enhance the support of the American Indian student’s educational experiences through culturally relevant activities that foster unity and perpetuate individual tribal traditions and customs. We invite all students who want to participate in our club activities to join, meet new fellow students and have fun participating in different activities on and off campus.

Scholarships for Native American students: https://nnmc.edu/home/student-gateway/financial-aid/scholarships/scholarships-american-indian-students/

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