Network for Development & Growth of Indigenous Scholars (NDGNS)

The NDGNS (In-dig-en-ous) program includes: 

  • The NDGNS Affinity Community, a living experience for Indigenous community members and allies, designed to build community and relationships with students of similar identities. The community will offer academic support to help students thrive and a variety of academic, community, and cultural events throughout the year, offered in collaboration with the Academic Coaching to Thrive & Succeed NDGNS UW program. Applications for incoming students for the upcoming academic year are due in late April or early May (after you receive an admissions decision from the University). Current students living in University Housing should watch for application deadlines to be announced. housing.wisc.edu.
  • The NDGNS UW fellowship program for Indigenous community members and allies, designed to build community and relationships with students of similar identities. The program will offer academic support to help students thrive and a variety of academic, community, and cultural events throughout the year, through Academic Coaching to Thrive & Succeed and our many campus partnerships. Applications open in Spring. Scholars connected with ACTS Indigenous Student Services will receive an announcement when the application for the upcoming year is open. To stay informed, current students can join ACTS Indigenous Student Services on Canvas, or email indigenous@cdo.wisc.edu.

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