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Native American Student Council (NASC)

Who We Are

The Native American Student Council (NASC) is an organization that represents Native American Students at Utah State University. NASC creates a community on campus for Native American Students and an inclusive environment for Non-Native students to experience authentic Native culture and norms.

Our Mission

We provide events and activities to celebrate the beauty found within Native American cultures. NASC provides Native American and non-Native American students with elements of peer support, leadership development, and various cultural experiences enhancing appreciation of the Native peoples’ of North America.

2019-2020 Miss Native American USU – Kameica Yazzie

Kameica Yazzie is from the Navajo (Dine) tribe. She is from Smoke Signal, Arizona and currently pursuing her Bachelor’s Degree in Health Education and Promotion with an emphasis in Community Health. As a future health educator, she hopes to help all Native people to receive the best healthcare possible. As the activities coordinator of the Native American Student Council, she is resealable for planning activities.

(If you are interested in becoming the next Miss Native American USU, please contact the Program Coordinator Alina Begay or the NASC president Marty Brown.)

Officers

  • President: Marty Brown
  • Vice President: Faustine Saganey
  • Secretary: Marisssa Kee
  • Treasurer: Macklin Benally
  • Activities Coordinator: Kameica Yazzie
  • Historian: Christina Morgan
  • Public Relations: Teniya Sonny

 


Get Involved

Meetings

Day: Wednesdays
Time: 6:00pm
Location: NASC Rm - TSC 316 A

Contact us at NASC@usu.edu and join our email list.

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