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Project Director and Interim Assistant to the
Chancellor for Native American Partnerships,
Student Success, and Inclusion

The University of Minnesota Morris (UMM) is the upper Midwest’s only 4-year Native American Serving Non-Tribal Institution (NASNTI) recognized by the US Department of Education. The Director leads the Native American Student Success program strengthening student persistence and success. The position advances Native American partnerships, student success, equity, diversity, and inclusion.

Native American Student Success priorities include orientation, coaching, peer mentoring, and culturally relevant programming for first-year students; a residential life theme floor; meaningful student work; visiting Native American elders, leaders, activists and scholars; Dakota and Anishinaabe language revitalization; course enrichment; and faculty/staff professional development. The Director collaborates with colleagues to create a welcoming environment where Native American cultures, histories, and lifeways are reflected and valued, and students thrive.

For more information and to apply: – position number 327491.
Application review begins 1/7/19 & continues until filled.

Additional Native American Student Success opportunities – Associate Director, Assistant Director, and Coordinator of Cultural Programs – will be posted at

The upper Midwest’s only 4-year Native American Serving Non-Tribal Institution (NASNTI) recognized by the US Department of Education, the University of Minnesota Morris (UMM) is an undergraduate focused residential public liberal arts college serving 1700 students. One of five University of Minnesota campuses, UMM is 160 miles west of Minneapolis in the rural community of Morris. UMM is consistently highly ranked by U.S. News & World Report, Forbes, Fiske Guide to Colleges, Princeton Review, and Kiplinger’s. The student body is talented, engaged, and one of the most diverse in Minnesota. The campus is situated on original Dakota and Anishinaabe homelands. 300+ Native American students
comprise over 20% of students. Most Native students are Anishinaabe (50%) and Dakota/Lakota/Nakota (25%) citizens and descendants. Over 65 Native American tribes are represented on campus. Morris offers a tuition waiver tied to campus history as an American Indian Boarding School (1887 – 1910).

For information:
– Sandy Olson-Loy, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, 320-589-6013,
– Gus Claymore, Multi-Ethnic Student Program Assoc. Director, 320-589-6097,
– Adrienne Conley, Search Committee Chair, 320-589-6409,

Morris values diversity in its students, faculty, and staff. Morris is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity of our community through their teaching, research, and /or service because we believe that diversity enriches the University experience for everyone. These positions offer competitive salaries, excellent
fringe benefits, Regents Scholarships for undergraduate or graduate study at any University of Minnesota campus, and funding for professional development. NASS academic professional appointments are annually renewable through September 2020. UMM intends to apply for future NASNTI funds.