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Our goal is to help you feel connected and supported during your time at UW–Madison. You may find these additional links helpful as you navigate your experience on campus and beyond.

ACTS Indigenous Student Services—Academic Coaching and Tutoring Services (ACTS) offers advising, community, and support for UW–Madison students of Indigenous identity at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Annual Evening of Storytelling—Join the American Indian Studies program for traditional stories in Native languages told by Indigenous storytellers, with English translations.

Wisconsin State of the Tribes Address—This annual update from a tribal leader is delivered live from the state capitol in Madison and is usually broadcast on PBS Wisconsin.

Wunk Sheek—A campus organization that serves students of Indigenous identity and members of the UW-Madison community interested in Indigenous issues, culture and history. Join the Wunk Sheek listserv to learn about events, news and opportunities.

UW Tribal Relations—Within the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Office of University Relations, and in partnership with the Division of Extension, the Office of Tribal Relations works to foster strong ties between the 12 First Nations of Wisconsin and the University.

NACHP Tribal Engagement Office—Located within the Oneida Community Health Center, the Tribal Engagement Office (TEO) leads efforts for tribal clinic rotations, tribal community visits, programming in tribal communities, youth outreach across the state and tribal-academic partnerships.

NACHP Tribal Partners─NACHP builds new partnerships and sustains current relationships with tribal communities and entities across Wisconsin.