Texas's longest-running Native Student college group

23rd Annual UT-Arlington Powwow — Saturday, March 3rd, 2018, All Day

The UT-Arlington Annual Powwow continues to generate momentum for our Native Students. NASA wants to thank everyone for this success. You are the reason on why NASA is the longest-running Native American college student group in Texas!!

The Native American Student Association annual powwow will be Saturday, March 3rd, from 10am–10pm.

Download a copy of the poster

Are you interested in becoming a sponsor of the Powwow? Here is some information about that.

VENDORS: Our vendor fee is $55 for a 3 table booth / Space , $95 for 4 table booth / Space and $130 for a 5 table booth / Space. Please contact Dr. Les Riding-In (ridingin@uta.edu) for any questions. All proceeds go to the Native Group on campus and scholarships. Click here to download the form.

This will be our 21st year hosting the powwow, and we are truly thankful for everyone in the community who comes together each year to support our students at UT Arlington.
Visit our online map for directions and parking locations. Free parking is available in lots F11 and F12 on the map.
For most updated information, please visit our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/UTA.powwow/?ref=hl

For the second year in a row, Winds of Change magazine has selected UT-Arlington as a Top 200 College for Native American Student Success.

UTA Native Student Stories: Take a look at our recent graduates Stephanie Vielle and Harold Rogers.

NASA Primary Advisor Dr. Les Riding-In talks about how UTA merges Academics with Needs of a diverse society.

NASA on Twitter and Facebook
For stories affecting Native Students and the community, as well as all NASA happenings, follow us on our new Twitter Feed (UTA Native Students). See the "Follow Us" Button at the bottom of the page. And be sure to "Like Us" on Facebook (UTA Native American Students).

House Bill 174 Passes Texas Legislature
On April 25, 2013, the Texas Legislature passed House Bill 174 which establishes an American Indian Heritage Day on the last Friday of September.
UT Arlington alumna and honorary NASA member Peggy Larney shepherded this bill from its infancy. Much of this bill was written on the UT Arlington campus.
The full story can be read here.

NASA Advisor and Linguistics Professor Colleen Fitzgerald is waking up Native American languages
If you are interested in language revitalization efforts, read more about Dr. Fitzgerald's work.


For all inquiries, including media, please email us at powwow@uta.edu