"My experience in the AISB program was tough, tiring, and successful. I feel like I got the whole college experience within 5 weeks. I learned how to manage my time for homework and my daughter. I am very happy that I got the chance to get a head start to the college years I have ahead of me."
Antoinette Moses (Navajo)
"AISB has gifted me with academic confidence that I previously lacked. I now have an abundance of resources at my fingertips and access to people who will always be eager to help me to future success. Within the program, I adapted academically and persevered beyond my own expectations. These benefits will accompany me as I strive for a degree in Political Science with aspirations to attend the UNM School of Law."
Hope Johnson (White Mountain Apache)
"The AISB program showed me a smooth transition from high school to college. It provided a foundation of what it really takes to be a full-time college student. I developed self-discipline, time management, and good study habits. The degree planning was the biggest advantage in my opinion, laying out the courses and timeline for the years to come. I would definitely recommend it for an incoming first-year student."
Matt French (Navajo)
"Throughout my undergraduate curriculum I was at ease knowing that I had AISB as a support system. Now as a graduate student, I truly believe that I would not have made it this far without the AISB program and the group of truly dedicated and caring staff!"
Nathan Moquino (Kewa & San Felipe Pueblos)
B.A. Sociology '17
Master of Public Administration Candidate
"The level of self-discipline acquired in AISB allowed me to complete my undergraduate degree and move onto my graduate degree with a highly competitive GPA, academic achievements, scholarships, and honors. I encourage all Native American students to take this step that may prove to be the foundation of your success here at UNM."