Natives at Princeton

Natives at Princeton (NAP) is a student organization that provides a support network for American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian and Indigenous students at Princeton University. NAP works to also increase the visibility of Native peoples as well as foster awareness and understanding of Native and Indigenous issues.

NAP brings Indigenous speakers, activists, and artists to campus to engage with Princeton students and faculty. Every November NAP hosts Native American Heritage Month (NAHM) in conjunction with the the Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding. During NAHM, NAP hosts speakers, movie viewings, a fry bread night, and a Native American cultural food night in the Whitman College dining hall.

To learn more about NAP, visit the Natives at Princeton website or the Natives at Princeton Facebook.

Current Officers 2020-21:

Presidents: Jessica Lambert '22 (Choctaw Nation) and Keely Toledo '22 (Navajo Nation)

Treasurer: Brooke Kennedy '23 (Walpole Island First Nation, Ojibwe)