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American Indian Programs and Services

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American Indian
Programs & Services

American Indian Programs and Services (AIPS) supports students at the University of Oklahoma through programming and community building efforts. We strive to enhance the OU experience for all students through our pillars of Community, Leadership, and Advocacy.

What We Do


AIPSĀ hosts many annual programs that celebrate and honor our culture while enriching the OU community.

American Indian Student Association

The American Indian Student Association, commonly referred to as AISA, serves to promote and encourage the welfare of OU students by providing a broad spectrum of educational, social, and cultural acitivities that support their personal and academic goals.

Cultural Organizations

OU is home to many student organizations offering a wide variety of interests. Native American student organizations are essential in retaining the sense of community that sustains students in academic and professional achievement and development beyond graduation.

Fraternities & Sororities

Fraternity and Soroity Programs and Services is home to social, service, identity-based, and special interest fraternities and sororities!

Five Moons Student Lounge

The Five Moons Student Lounge was created when the University of Oklahoma identified the need for Native scholars to have an educationally empowering space where they feel respected and supported with physical, spiritual, and emotional understanding. This space is a vital step toward healing, orienting, and building the relationship with Native students at the University of Oklahoma.

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Five Moons Student Lounge

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