First Peoples Native Center

First Peoples Native Center

Through the efforts of Native students, faculty, and administrators, the First Peoples Native Center (FPNC) was created in order to raise awareness of the contributions and continued presence of Native American and Indigenous peoples of the region. The FPNC works to serve our diverse Native and Indigenous student populations by preparing them to become lifelong learners, providing access to support services to increase retention and successful transition rates, creating traditional and culturally relevant programming, and guide students to career paths that will enable them to enrich their lives and the lives of their communities.

Would you like to support the First Peoples Native Center? Visit our Foundation page to learn about opportunities to support.

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Contact Us:

M-TH 8:30 A.M- 4:30 P.M.  Friday 8:30 A.M.- 5:30 P.M.
Building 16E
(909) 274-4378 

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Faculty & Staff

  • Primavera Reza-Nakonechny
    Primavera Reza-Nakonechny, M.S.
  • Frances
    Dr. Frances Borella
    Faculty Advisor
  • Dr. Raul Chavez
    Dr. Raul Chavez
    Faculty Advisor
  • Name
    Thomas Cortez