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Native Graduate Student Center

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Native American Graduate Student Center

Located in Cleveland Hall 27A, the Center is a space in which members of the Native graduate student community can relax, work, and hold meetings. 

Comfortable seating, tables, coffee, and tea are available.  Food and drinks can also be purchased at the Cleveland Hall Espresso Bar, or at the vending machines just outside of the Center.  Resources available at the Center will be expanded in the future to include computers and more.  The Center can be reserved for use by Native American student organizations after 4:00 PM each day.

During the fall semester of 2014, regular “coffee hours” will be held in the Graduate Student Center on the second and fourth weeks of each month.  Students are encouraged to come see the space, to enjoy free coffee and pastries, and to meet other students and Plateau Center staff.


Native American Graduate and Professional Students Association

Graduate and professional students, who would like to be involved in the organization of the Indigenous Graduate and Professional Students Association are strongly urged to stop by the center or to contact Ken Lokensgard.  Getting involved will result in networking opportunities, support from  peers, and additional funding opportunities (and another means by which to strengthen curriculum vitae or resume).

Scholarship List

Helpful list of scholarships/fellowships available at WSU and through private foundations for Native American graduate students.

Native American Graduate Student Center

Cleveland Hall, 27A


Ken Lokensgard,

Assistant Director, Plateau Center for Native American Research and Collaboration

Cleveland Hall 23A

Ph. 509-335-1055

Email Ken

Native American Programs, PO Box 641046, Washington State University, Pullman WA 99164-1046, 509-335-8618, Contact Us