Spring 2021 COIN Virtual Office Hours
Current programming at Circle of Indigenous Nations is online for the 2020-2021 academic year. The COIN team will be hosting virtual office hours for Spring semester 2021! We would love for you to connect with our team. We are here to support you!
3pm-7pm M, T, W, Th
Join us over zoom at z.umn.edu/COINOffice
If you have any questions or concerns please email COIN at email@example.com
Office Virtual Tour
The Circle of Indigenous Nations recruits, retains, and graduates American Indian/First Nations/Alaskan Native students by promoting cultural values that help indigenous students become self-directed, excel academically, and succeed in all areas of individual matriculation, academic pursuits, and career aspirations. In addition, it strives to bridge the richness of the surrounding American Indian communities with the strengths of the University’s research, education, and teaching.
Culture & Goals
The Circle of Indigenous Nations fosters an environment that allows students to feel a sense of community on campus. It contributes to the strengthening and development of all students through culturally specific services and activities by:
- Developing quality programs that support Indigenous students
- Strengthening Indigenous students in their academic development
- Maintaining Indigenous cultural and individual identities
- Preserving and utilizing Indigenous history and culture
- Build effectiving relationships with campus resources
For Ojibwe and Dakota Language Tutoring services have moved all online. Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Advice & Support
For your academic, personal, and cultural goals
For students seeking employment, internship, and volunteer opportunities
Elder In Residence
Connect with Elders in the community
For students seeking scholarships, internships, and grants
The University of Minnesota-Twin Cities is built within the traditional homelands of the Daḳota people. Minnesota comes from the Daḳota name for this region, Mni Sota Maḳoce — "the land where the waters reflect the skies."
Each day students, faculty, staff and community members who use our services look out our windows to the Ḣaḣa Wakpa, the River of the Waterfalls.
The Circle of Indigenous Nations recognizes the original peoples of this place and makes ongoing efforts to educate the campus community about the ongoing relationship that Daḳota people have to this area.
-Iyekiyapiwiŋ Darlene St. Clair, Bdewakaŋtuŋwaŋ Daḳota