AIRR: American Indian Recruitment & Retention

AIRR Staff
Left to right: Brooke Warren, Lindsey Balidoy, and Quinton Cabellon

The American Indian Recruitment and Retention (AIRR) program of the Student Recruitment and Retention Center (SRRC) addresses the unique needs of the American Indian, Indigenous, and First Nations identifying student population at UC Davis.

Through student-led recruitment and retention efforts, we seek to create a space where current and future students can access resources and support services. These will enable them to thrive academically, physically, emotionally, and spiritually without compromising their identity as Native and/or Indigenous people. We aim to integrate cultural knowledge into the college experience as we as promote academic success, and ultimately, graduation.

Recruitment Efforts: Rancheria and Reservation Outreach Trips, Community Centers Outreach, Tutoring, and Annual Native Youth Conference.

Retention Efforts:  Native Welcome Orientation, Day of Indigenous Resistance, Native Leadership Retreat, Native Film Festival, Workshops and more!

If you are interested in getting involved or learning more about AIRR, please contact the Student Director (Quinton Cabellon).

American Indian Community Resources

AIRR is also proud to be closely knit with the larger Native community at UC Davis. Please feel free to check out the following resources: