Area Councils are student run organizations with constituency seats in the student senate each representing the needs, concerns and advocating for minority groups on campus. Student senators attend and participate in student senate meetings as well as act as head of their respective area councils. Area Councils are a body serving in an administrative capacity for WSU minority students. The Multicultural Student Center houses four Area Councils.To keep in touch with any of our Area Councils text the their respective short code to 469-579-2390 for WSU mobile updates.
1) To invite all WSU Native American Indian students to belong to the AIC and to get involved by attending weekly or bi-weekly council meetings and participating in AIC activities that are held each month.
2) For the AIC members to make their interests known by their participation in the meetings.
3) To help plan the Pow Wow and other major events that the AIC sponsors during the school year.
The purposes of the American Indian Council are as follows:
A. Plan and implement programs to improve the quality of the University, the educational experience of all students in general, and American Indian students in particular.
B. Provide a cultural resource regarding American Indians for the University and the community.
C. Provide a mechanism to facilitate the solution to American Indian students’ problems and complaints and to be open to ideas and suggestions.
D. Work with High School Relations, Multicultural Student Center, and other recruiting entities on campus in the recruitment of new American Indian students.
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