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About NASNTI

What is NASNTI?

We are the Native American Serving Non Tribal Institutions Office (or NASNTI Office). Our program, Native American FAS-TRACC, is designed to afford Native American students the resources needed for persistence and timely graduation from CASC. Students receiving Pell Grant may take advantage of these resources as well. Through the resources made available, we will increase the retention and graduation rates of the students in our program.

Online Resource Center

Need a Hand?

Our program will provide quick resources to students to help them succeed. So if you’re needing to write a paper, finish math homework, or just need some general study skills to help you get through; NASNTI is here to help. We have a few resources available, but we plan to expand and provide more in the future.  Keep checking back to see what new content may be available. This is your chance to succeed.

English and Reading

Purdue Owl

MLA Style Center

Reading Skills

 

Math and Science

Study Skills for Math

Success in Mathematics

 

Study Strategies

The NASNTI Study Strategy

Essential Skills in Note Taking

Note Taking for Lecture

 

Your Coaches

Need a Game Plan?

Students who participate in our program will receive valuable coaching. We will help you come up with a strategy to stay strong in the classroom, break through potential barriers and make it to graduation! You can never underestimate the value of having a good coach that will stick with you throughout your college career at Carl Albert State College.

Aaron Emberton | Director of NASNTI
Phone | 918-647-1477 | Email | ajemberton@carlalbert.edu
Micky Solomon | Coaching Coordinator
Phone | 918-647-1245 | Email | mdsolomon@carlalbert.edu
Brad Davis | Technology Specialist
Phone | 918-647-1462 | Email | jbdavis@carlalbert.edu

Contact Us

Interested in our program?

Please send us a brief message about any questions you may have relating to the NASNTI Program.

Please make sure to include in your remarks whether or not you are American Indian / Alaska Native and/or Pell Eligible.




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