Native American Resource Center
The ARC Native American Resource Center is a physical campus space that supports Native American students in their lived experiences. During distance operations, the Center operates virtually to provide support and community.
The Native American Resource Center (Davies Hall 229E) features study space, computers, printing, tutoring, scholarship referrals, university recruiters, academic counseling referrals, transfer advice, Native community, workshops, elder visits, friendly staff, student leadership opportunities, social and cultural events, a kitchen area, and gatherings.
Since we are on the land of the Nisenan, Miwok, and Maidu, the Center gives special emphasis to supporting the educational pathways of tribal citizens of these nations while at the same time providing services to all American Indian students.
Program Coordinator: Jesus Valle
Phone: (916) 484-8253
Fall and Spring Semesters
Monday through Friday:
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Davies Hall Building Room -229E
Indigenous Land Use Statement
We acknowledge the land which we occupy today as the traditional home of the Nisenan, Maidu, and Miwok tribal nations. These sovereign people have been the caretakers of this land since time immemorial. Despite centuries of genocide and occupation the Nisenan, Maidu, and Miwok continue as vibrant and resilient tribes and bands, both Federally recognized and unrecognized. We take this opportunity to acknowledge the generations that have gone before as well as the present-day Nisenan, Maidu, and Miwok people.