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American Indian Programs & Services at the University of Oklahoma is dedicated to providing the needed support and assistance necessary to help American Indian and Indigenous students achieve their educational and personal goals. American Indian Programs & Services is the designated liaison office for students, university departments, alumni, and tribal Nations throughout the country.

Signature programs of the Office include: 

  • American Indian New Student Orientation
  • Indigenous Awareness Month Spring Celebration
  • Annual Fall & Spring Cultural Events
  • American Indian Banquet & Awards Celebration
  • American Indian Academic Achievement Celebration

Signature services of the Office include: 

  • Scholarship & Internship Opportunities
  • Academic Support & Personal Advising
  • Mentoring/Advising for Student Organization Leaders
  • Mentoring Program for Incoming Freshmen
  • Assistance with Financial Aid and Scholarship Information

Antonia Belindo

American Indian Programs & Services Coordinator

Antonia is a citizen of the Kiowa Tribe and is affiliated with the Pawnee Nation, Diné Nation and Choctaw Nation. Antonia graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2015 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art with an emphasis in Painting & Printmaking. Antonia serves as the advisor to the American Indian Student Association and the AT&T Scholarship Fund. As the Coordinator of American Indian Programs & Services, Antonia’s desire is to further advance relevant causes and initiatives for all indigenous identifying students through programming, campus engagement, leadership development and community building.

To learn more about American Indian Programs and Services or for more information, please contact the Coordinator of American Indian Programs & Services, Antonia Belindo, at

American Indian Programs & Services is located in the Office of Student Life, Suite 370 in the Oklahoma Memorial Union.