As of September 2021, all Ethnic & Gender (E&G) offices are open to support your student success and needs. Please check individual websites for specific, operational hours and contact info. Masks are required indoors at all times and proof of completion of Daily Wellness Survey is required to enter all E&G offices. In order to keep us all safe, we also ask that you please continue to wash your hands, maintain physical distance, and all other health measures to reduce risk. We look forward to connecting soon.

Native American Student Programs (NASP) at UC Riverside

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Native American Student Programs

Announcements

Please visit Campus Return for UCR COVID-19 information, news, and updates.

office rules

The NASP office is located at 229 Costo Hall and is currently open and are working a hybrid schedule. Please feel free to make an appointment to meet via zoom or in person. Contact us today!  NASP office Staff  

Here for You, Always

Student Affairs is here to support you throughout the campus closure.

Connect

Welcome to Native American Student Programs

Welcome to Native American Student Programs, where you can unite as a community with other American Indian students at UC Riverside. This is your home away from home — a place of support, friendship, and belonging. Celebrate your native culture. Find answers to your questions. Get help and encouragement with school work. Find an internship. Get involved in events, activities, and UCR student groups. Hang out. Have fun. This is your place on campus. Welcome home.

UCR Land Acknowledgement

We at UCR would like to respectfully acknowledge and recognize our responsibility to the original and current caretakers of this land, water, and air: the Cahuilla [ka-wee-ahh], Tongva [tong-va], Luiseño [loo-say-ngo], and Serrano [se-ran-oh] peoples and all of their ancestors and descendants, past, present, and future. Today this meeting place is home to many Indigenous peoples from all over the world, including UCR faculty, students, and staff, and we are grateful to have the opportunity to live and work on these homelands. 

Building Common Ground