NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURAL CENTER

The Native American Cultural Center provides counseling, advising, and academic student transitional assistance to Native American/American Indian students at Minot State University. Student personal, social, financial, and career concerns are also addressed at this "home away from home" rest and relaxation student center. The center hosts the Native American Cultural Club.

Coordination and correspondence with area tribal councils, offices and colleges is also maintained to benefit and support our students.

Campus and community events are developed and presented to promote public awareness, understanding and appreciation of Native American people and their culture.

The Native American Cultural Center is open Mon. - Fri., 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Aaniin (Hello),

I am an enrolled citizen of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians.  Also, a two time alumna of Minot State University--Bachelor of Science in Education and Master of Science in Management--and have been the Native American Center Director since 2011. 

If you are interested in knowing why I chose to earn my degrees from MSU, why I chose to return as a staff member and advisor to the Native American Cultural Awareness Club, call or email me to set up a meeting and take a tour of the Native American Center.

Best Regards,
Annette Mennem, MsM
Minot State University Native American Center Director

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