• Yale University Land Acknowledgement
    Achieved after years of support and attention of Indigenous Yale faculty, staff, and students.
  • Yale Native American Cultural Center
    The NACC strives to maintain a permanent and prominent Indigenous presence at Yale that incorporates and supports the success of future Native leaders through recruitment, encouragement, mentoring, service, and the fostering of a community that makes Yale the most sought after Ivy Institution for Indigenous achievement, research and solidarity.
  • Yale Group for the Study of Native America
    The Yale Group for the Study of Native America (YGSNA) began in 2003 as an interdisciplinary working group interested in topics relating to Native American peoples, past and present. It has become Yale’s overarching graduate student as well as scholarly working group dedicated to study of Native American and Indigenous peoples. 
  • Yale Sovereignty Project
    The NYU-Yale American Indian Sovereignty Project is a multi-year commitment by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Yale and NYU School of Law, designed to support the study of Native governance and mitigate the effects of American colonialism on Native peoples.


New England

  • Maliseet
  • Massachusett
  • Micmacs
  • Narragansett
  • Nipmuc
  • Passamaquoddy
  • Penobscot
  • Wampanoag

New York

  • Allegany
  • Cattaraugus
  • Cayuga Nation
  • Oneida
  • Onondaga
  • Saint Regis Mohawk
  • Seneca
  • Shinnecock
  • Tonawanda Seneca
  • Tuscarora
  • Unkechaug