Serving Tribal Communities

Engage with OSU’s Native American Longhouse

Oregon State’s Native American Longhouse Eena Haws has a history of making Native students around the world feel welcome and connected. It is open to all students – no matter where they live – and the public.

You can connect with other Native students through the NAL for events, fellowship and support. As a distance student, you can request to be added to an email list if you’d like to be notified about NAL news and upcoming events.

Eana Haws events calendar — Fall 2019

Check OSU's Native American Longhouse Eana Haws Facebook events page for event details.

Jan. 8
Kumu Hina screening
 
Jan. 30
Culture Night
 
Feb. 8
Stop Disenrollment Photo Campaign
 
Feb. 13
Indigenous Poetry Night
FB live stream
Feb. 24
Self Care - Drag Makeup
 
Mar. 5-6
Pacific Islander Student Alliance Conference
 
Mar. 9
Self Care - Tie Dye
 
 

An array of Native clubs you can join

Native American Student Association at Oregon State

NASA is a united group of Oregon State students interested in promoting Native American education in higher education institutions, to preserve and promote Native American culture and identity, to uphold Native American rights, and to retain Native American students who attend OSU. For details, send an email to nativeamericanstudentassociation@oregonstate.edu.

Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science

The mission of Oregon State’s chapter of the SACNAS is to further the work of, to improve and to enhance the public understanding of and appreciation for Chicanos, Latinos, Native Americans, Alaska Natives, Natives Hawaiians, and other under representatives minorities in science. For details, email SACNAS@oregonstate.edu or visit its Facebook page.

Pacific Islander Club

The Pacific Islander Club promotes diversity, leadership and professional development through the recruitment and retention of Pacific Islander students. Through community service, learning through outreach and programming, and providing a welcoming atmosphere for present and future Pacific Islander students. For details, email polyclub@oregonstate.edu or visit the club’s Facebook page.

RAD Indigenous Queer and Two Spirit Alliance

Radial and Diasporic (RAD) is a community-based organization geared toward recognizing the displacement of Indigenous queer identity within our own bodies and location. For details, send an email to rad.indigenous@oregonstate.edu.

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