IAIA - Institute of American Indian Arts

ASG and Student Clubs/Organizations

Associated Student Government

Students at the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) are members of the Associated Student Government (ASG) of IAIA. ASG is chartered to give students representation in the College community and offers a variety of services and opportunities for expression, leadership and involvement. ASG represents students in decision making and is an important link between the students, the faculty and administration.

The officers and student body representatives are responsible for initiating general policy for ASG, enforcing the legislation passed by this organization, preparing ASG’s budget, and allocating all ASG funds. If you wish to become involved in ASG, stop by the ASG office in the CLE building or call 505.424.5792.

Go to the ASG home page

Student Activities

The Student Activities Office sponsors activities and events that complement the Institutes’ academic programs through development, exposure, and participation in social, cultural, artistic, recreational, and group leadership. The Student Activities Coordinator office is located the the CLE first floor. The recreation room is located in the Fitness and Wellness Center. We invite students to stop in and get involved in campus activities.

Off-campus field trips are taken to National Parks, Pueblo feast days, local Native communities, powwows, and other events. Outdoor activities include, but are not limited to, hiking, camping, and stickball, as well as fun in the mountain snow. Workshops sponsored by the Student Activities program have included; Time Management, Business of Art, and Artist’s Roundtable.

Student Clubs and Organizations

Various clubs and organizations are available for students to join and provide an avenue for shared interests, socializing and developing leadership skills. Current clubs and organizations include the Museum Club, Culture Club, Sculpture Club, Concert Club, Basketball Club, Museum Studies Club, Stickball Club and Indigenous Think Tank.

If a club is not available for your specific interest, you can create a new one by working with the Student Activities office.