First Nations Student Union
Recent visit to the High Desert Museum with FNSU students to participate in a panel discussion with featured artists from the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs.
Get involved with the COCC First Nations Student Union
Come join us for a light lunch as we discuss Native American topics, take part in Diversity and Inclusion and student events, as well as plan fun club activities.
We are alternating our meeting times between Tuesday and Wednesday this term due to
a variety of class schedules. Our meetings are held in the Multicultural Center in
the Coats Campus Center. Please contact
Michelle Cary for meeting times. All are welcome!
We have not established a meeting time as of yet, but please feel free to stop by my office for any questions you may have, or just to introduce yourself. I am on the Madras campus every Monday.
Native American Service Award
This award is funded through a private endowment devoted to helping Native Americans
successfully achieve their educational goals. The award is available to students who
are actively involved in the First Nations Student Union program and/or their community.
If you think you are eligible for this Service Award please download the application and the volunteer form.
*Please see program coordinator for application and volunteer form as these links are incorrect at this time.
First Nations Student Union Constitution
Click here to view the club constitution (PDF)
For information about the First Nations Student Union please contact Michelle Cary, Native American Program Coordinator at 541-318-3782 or firstname.lastname@example.org.