Fall Benefit Powwow
The American Indian Student Association in the fall semester hosts the Fall Benefit Powwow. The Fall Benefit purpose is to raise funds for the April American Heritage Month which included annual spring contest powwow and Miss Indian OU pageant.
American Indian Spring Celebration
During the spring semester AISA along with various other Native Student Organizations across campus celebrate our American Indian Heritage by hosting events such as our Spring Powwow, Spring Stomp Dance, and Miss. and Mr. Indian OU Pageant. We are proud to host these events and show our pride in our heritage and culture.
Miss. and Mr. Indian OU Pageant
The Miss. and Mr. Indian OU pageant takes place during the April American Indian Heritage month. Miss Indian OU represents not just AISA but all American Indian organizations and all American Indian students at OU where ever she goes in the American Indian Community.
Spring Stomp Dance
As part of the April American Indian Heritage Month festivities, the American Indian Student Association host a Spring Stomp dance. The Stomp dance serves as a harvest celebration and a time to give thanks to the Creator.
Spring Contest Powwow
Every April the American Indian Student Association hosts one of the longest running university powwows in the nation. The Spring Contest Powwow have been running since 1914 and has a long tradition with the University of Oklahoma. The Lloyd Noble will play host to the 98th annual Spring Contest Powwow.