Multicultural Outreach & Recruitment

Native American Student Day

About the Event

Native American Student Day is one-day conference for American Indian and Alaska Native high school students who are interested in attending the University of Washington Seattle. NASD was created to encourage Native students to pursue higher education as well as give them the opportunity to experience the UW.  Attendees will meet current UW staff & faculty as well as future classmates, learn about campus programs, attend a UW admissions presentation, and discover the diversity and unity that exist in the UW community.

Note: Participation is open to all students regardless of race/ethnic background.

Parent/Guardian Permission Form

Students are required to submit a parent/guardian permission form to participate in the conference. You will be emailed a permission slip via DocuSign several days before the conference. As soon as you receive it, please have your parent/guardian digitally submit the form.

Additional Information

Due to space capacity and specific programming, advanced registration is required, and this event is for students only (no additional guests).

Schools/community organizations: All students will need to be registered in advance individually or by teachers/chaperones. Bringing a bus or a group of students? Fill out and submit this form to receive chaperone information.