Coronavirus Update

 

Updated May 29, 2020

Indiana University is excited to welcome students, faculty and staff to the fall semester and share what learning, teaching and research will look like. Learn more about changes to the 2020-2021 academic calendar, what life on campus will be like and how the university is working to ensure the health and safety of students, faculty and staff. Get all the latest news and answers to your questions at fall2020.iu.edu.

Please visit FNECC’s Facebook page for up-to-date event announcements and information. Please contact the FNECC staff for further details.

A Home Away From Home 

The First Nations Educational & Cultural Center (FNECC) supports American Indian and indigenous students in their transition to and achievement at Indiana University Bloomington with campus programs and an extended network of resources and information designed to inspire, encourage, and empower students for success.

20 Questions with First Nations Educational and Cultural Center | IU is Home

20 Questions with First Nations Educational and Cultural Center | IU is Home

Come inside the First Nations Educational & Cultural Center as IU student Jordan shares how FNECC inspires, encourages, and empowers students for success in this round of 20 Q's.

Bright sunny view of the front of the FNECC house.

An Inviting Space

We strives to improve college access, persistence, and completion for Native American students, while helping them become life-long learners and responsible leaders in a global society.

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The Center is a good place to socialize and connect with the Native community at IU. I like that it is very open and welcoming to people from all backgrounds and people who want to learn more about Native culture.

Keisha Beyal

Community Builders

We offers a number of cultural initiatives designed to preserve and promote an intertribal community connection among Native American students and to educate the IUB campus community.

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