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“There is a strong need for Native voice within museum institutions—thanks to IAIA, I believe my voice and experience can make a difference.”

Samantha Tracy ’16


“I produce paintings as a result of timekeeping. If I am not being productive artistically, I am not leaving an imprint of my existence. I enjoy the arts process immensely and IAIA has helped further my work.”

Daniel McCoy Jr. ’16

(Muscogee Creek/Citizen Band of Potawatomi)

“IAIA has helped me explore artistic mediums that have changed the way I look at the world. Through constant guidance, and exploration, I will be leaving IAIA with newfound passions that will ultimately shape my future.”

Carmen Selam ’16



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2020 Census

2020 Census

Time to complete the 2020 Census is running out. The census is a simple count of everyone in the United States, regardless of age, immigration status, or any other factor.

MoCNA’s Reopening Plan

MoCNA’s Reopening Plan

MoCNA is reopening to the public at a limited capacity as per the Governor’s approval.

IAIA MFA Quarterly, Volume VI, August 2020

IAIA MFA Quarterly, Volume VI, August 2020

As we head into the eighth year of the IAIA MFA in Creative Writing program, we are happy to share some recent news from our current students, alumni, and mentors.

College Catalog

Information about the academic calendar, admissions, financial aid, and more.


Tuition and general information about fees.


There are two options for housing at IAIA—the Residence Center and our Family Housing apartments. Each area is accessible to students with disabilities.