AIGP promotes support services to assist American Indian and Alaska Native students throughout their academic programs at Berkeley.
AIGP keeps students up to date on events in the Indian community, and organizes several social events throughout the year. AIGP also provides support for the American Indian graduate student community at Cal.
The American Indian Graduate Student Association (AIGSA) meets monthly in the AIGSA room (597 Barrows Hall). The AIGSA room provides meeting and study space for students and offers use of a computer and printer, refrigerator and microwave, coffee maker, couches and tables. AIGSA maintains a small library with books and journals. The current AIGSA chairs are: Hector "Tito" Callejas (Ethnic Studiesemail@example.com), Fantasia Painter (Ethnic Studiesfirstname.lastname@example.org) & Sarah Whitt (Ethnic Studiesemail@example.com).
The current president of the UC Berkeley chapter of American Indian Science & Engineering Society is Carlos Torres-Lua. (Earth & Planetary Sciencefirstname.lastname@example.org).
The Native American Law Students Association (NALSA) is also active on campus.