The American Indian Student Center (AISC) was established in 2016 under the Learning Division at South Mountain Community College. AISC was created to assist American Indian and Alaska Native students in achieving both academic and personal success. By supporting students with one-on-one mentoring and academic guidance, AISC improves individual lives, enhances the overall college experience, and builds partnerships with tribal communities, tribal and local organizations, and tribal agencies.
AISC’s Vision: The vision of AISC is to assist American Indian students in advancing their educational goals, maintaining cultural engagement, and providing opportunities.
AISC’s Mission: American Indian Student Center is a multicultural center that encompasses a culturally-relevant approach to foster outreach and retention.
Our center offers many services to help you succeed such as:
- Assistance with Enrollment and Registration
- Cultural Awareness Activities
- Student Retention Programs
- Community Resources
- Financial Aid Advisement - Tribal Scholarships, Private Scholarships, Federal Financial Aid (FAFSA)
- Academic Counseling and Advisement
- Leadership and Engagement
- Student Led Clubs