122 Squires Student Center

Founded in August 2016, the American Indian and Indigenous Community Center (AIICC) serves as a living room, study space, and community gathering center.  You'll find the AIICC in room 122 of the Squires Student Center, just to the left of the Welcome Center on the first floor.  To keep in touch with events happening in the AIICC you can join the listserv by emailing Veronica Montes at vmontes@vt.edu.  

The Center comfortably holds 50 people and will soon have projection/TV capabilities.  The space offers a growing library and myriad donated artifacts representing the cultures and traditions of indigenous communities. There is also a display honoring the 11 tribal communities native to the Commonwealth of Virginia. 

The AIICC may be reserved by university groups, but preference will be given to student organizations advised by Cultural and Community Centers. Please read all information on the reservations page prior to filling out reservation form.

Established August 2016


We acknowledge the Tutelo/Monacan people, who are the traditional custodians of the land on which we work and live, and recognize their continuing connection to the land, water and air that Virginia Tech consumes. We pay respect to the Tutelo/Monacan Nations, and to their elders past, present and emerging.