As an institution, Northwestern is working towards developing more intentional relationships with Chicago and greater Indigenous communities. Student voices and activism have been central to the advancement of institutional commitments--we follow in their legacy as a growing community of learners, knowledge keepers, protectors, and advocates working towards cultivating meaningful change at Northwestern and beyond.
Northwestern’s Senior Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admission for Native American and Indigenous Student Outreach, Niyo Moraza-Keeswood (Navajo and Chichimeca), serves as a point of contact to help support you through your college application process and to share insights from our Native community to help inform your college choice.
To learn more about Northwestern and our Native community, visit Northwestern Undergraduate Admissions or contact Niyo at firstname.lastname@example.org or Isabella Twocrow (SESP '23) at email@example.com.
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Niyo Moraza-Keeswood (Navajo and Chichimeca) is the Senior Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admission focused Native American and Indigenous Student Outreach. An alumni of Brown University, Niyo received his B.A. in Anthropology in 2016 and an M.A. in Policy, Organization, and Leadership studies from Stanford University in 2020. He serves as the primary contact for prospective Indigenous students as well as regional contact for the South and Southwest.