Native American Advisory Council (NAAC)

Native American Advisory Council (NAAC) resources, Tribal Liaison services and information on upcoming events.

New Mexico’s rich Native American heritage is evident in the 20 Pueblos and the Apache and Navajo Nations located around the state and in other tribes represented in the Albuquerque area. The Native American Advisory Council (NAAC) is comprised of advisors, an Outreach Specialist, and a Veterans Program Specialist with specialized knowledge for a special component of CNM's student body.

Native American Heritage Month

CNM’s Native American Advisory Council has organized several activities this month to celebrate, honor, and support the culture of New Mexico’s 24 pueblos, tribes, and nations.

CNM Student Activities: Bear Necklace Dance Group Performance
Tuesday, November 29
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Main Campus
SRC Richard Barr Room

Light refreshments will be provided.

Tribal Liaisons Services

Team members, also known as Tribal Liaisons, strive to foster a friendly environment that encourages success and meets the academic needs of CNM’s Native American student population. With this goal in mind, Tribal Liaisons support students in making the best use of the many resources and opportunities at CNM and in the local community.

  • Advisement
  • Academic Planning
  • Career exploration
  • Referrals to resources that support student goals and needs
  • Referrals to tribal funding and other scholarships
  • Support Native American focused events