About the First Nations Center
The First Nations Center seeks to promote an understanding and awareness of Indian people through a curriculum in First Nations Studies that leads to a minor. The program provides the opportunity for Indians and non-Indians alike to increase their knowledge of the origin of Indian people in terms of history, culture, and philosophy.
The First Nations Center:
Sponsors cultural events such as powwows, feasts, workshops, and seasonal activities such as wild-ricing and gathering maple syrup
Provides for the development of students socially and culturally through a series of activities planned in response to student interests.
Offers educational outreach to tribes, the UW-Superior campus, local schools and communities
Advises for Native student organizations such as Circle of Native Nations.
Is a great place to learn about educational leadership
Is a great place to learn about a minor in Native American Studies (24 credit minor in First Nations Studies which is offered thru Human Behavior, Justice and Diversity Department).
Supports Native American Indian students in reaching their full potential
We hope you enjoy your time with First Nations Center,