Student Life

Native American Student Programs

Native American Student Programs (NSP) is the newest addition to  Campus Diversity and Inclusion.

Download Native American Students Program brochure

NSP addresses higher education retention and access issues as they affect Native American college students, youth, and their families in Southern California and beyond. NSP also seeks to create and sustain a visible and vibrant Native American culture at the University of Redlands, academically connected to the growing Native American Studies program. Participation in NSP is welcome to all students. Events and services include volunteer opportunities, guest speakers, cultural programming and more.

NSP is made possible by the support of San Manuel Band of Mission Indians.

Maria Lorenzo
Creating a Passion for Learning Coordinator in Native American Student Programs
Phone: 909-748-8287

Nora Pulskamp
Supporting the Educational Journey in Native American Student Programs
Phone: 909-748-8287

For more information on Native American Studies, please contact Larry Gross.


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