American Indian Cultural House

A Living Learning Community

The American Indian Cultural House is a great opportunity for students interested in American Indian culture. Live in a welcoming and exciting environment along with other American Indian students.

Why Live in the American Indian Cultural House?

  • Live together on the fifth floor of Comstock Hall, a U of M residence hall right in the heart of campus.
  • Take courses together
  • Earn special recognition from the Department of American Indian Studies
  • Help plan cultural activities and volunteer with the American Indian Student Cultural Center
  • Participate in cultural events with the Twin Cities American Indian community

How to Apply:

1) Fill Out the Housing Contract (www.housing.umn.edu or at the Admissions Office in 240 Williamson Hall)

2) Request the American Indian Cultural House Living Learning Community (Priority Deadline: March 1)

3) Confirm your enrollment in the upcoming Freshman Class

Please contact Jillian Rowan for further information at 612-624-0564 (800-752-1000 toll-free), or by e-mail at berkl002@umn.edu

 

To Learn more about the annual American Indian Spring Film Series visit our page!

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