The Native American SUNY: Western Consortium

The Native American SUNY: Western Consortium is one of two consortia created by the State University of New York to address the higher education needs of Native American students and communities.  The Western Consortium, based at SUNY Fredonia, is a network of college campus personnel, organizations, and Native American students, families, and communities.

Multicultural Programs and Services at SUNY Geneseo

The Office of Multicultural Programs and Services at Geneseo is a component of the Center for Community in the Division of Student and Campus Life. It is the mission of the Center to foster the development of responsible, productive, and engaged citizens through collaborative efforts within the Geneseo community.  The Coordinator serves as the manager of the office and provides leadership and guidance to the campus community on matters related to diversity. Sponsored programs promote diversity awareness and an inclusive, respectful campus community. Specific attention is given to retention efforts of ALANA (African American, Latino, Asian, Native American) students. The Coordinator also serves as one of many resources for any student who is having difficulty making the adjustment to life on the Geneseo campus.

News Sources

Indian Country Today 

U.S. Indian Affairs

Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties, compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler

Indian Claims Commision Decisions

Guide to Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs in the National Archives

Images and Documents from the Colonial Period

John White's Artwork and Theodore De Bry's Engravings

The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents, 1610-1791

Historical Sites and Museums

Ganondagan New York State Native American Historical Site

Rochester Museum and Science Cetner Collections and Libraries

Native American Authors

The Internet Public Library's guide to  Native North American authors