Title III Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution (AANAPISI)

AANAPISI targets low-income/first-generation Asian Americans, Native American Pacific Islanders, and other low-income individuals with an academic need. It assists them in persisting and graduating.

Services

All services are free and include:

  • Textbook Lending Library
  • Scholarship Opportunities
  • Paid Undergraduate Research Experience
  • Faculty Mentoring
  • Paid Conference Travel
  • Academic Coaching/Counseling
  • One-on-one tutoring sessions
  • Priority Registration
  • Graduate/Professional School Counseling

Eligibility

To be accepted into the AANAPISI program an applicant must:

  • Be an undergraduate student
  • Be a low-income/first-generation college student
  • Have an academic need
  • Priority admission is given to Asian-American and Native Pacific Islanders, but all students are welcome to apply

Application Instructions

When you submit an application, you will be considered for all CAEO programs.

Apply in 3 easy steps:

  1. Download the fillable participant application from CAEO’s website.
  2. Complete, print, and wet sign (and have a parent wet sign, if you’re a dependent student) the application.
  3. From your Rebelmail account, email a scanned copy of your completed, signed application to caeocampusprograms@unlv.edu.

If you have questions or need additional information, please contact: terri.bernstein@unlv.edu.

AANAPISI Application AANAPISI Need for Application Form

NOTE: All applications must have original handwritten signatures.