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American Indian College is set on a beautiful desert campus. From the campus hillside, the western sunsets and the lights of greater Phoenix can be viewed.
American Indian College is located at 10020 N. 15th Avenue Phoenix, Arizona 85021, in the northwest section of Phoenix, otherwise known as the “Valley of the Sun.” The campus is close to several large shopping centers, which are easily accessible by the local transit system. The nearness of the business community provides a wide variety of job opportunities. When coming to the campus on the Black Canyon Freeway (Interstate 17), exit at Peoria Avenue and take Peoria Avenue, east to 15th Avenue. At 15th Avenue, turn right (south), and the campus is located approximately four blocks south of Peoria Avenue.
The Alta Washburn Building, is the focal point for much of student life. The east and west wings of the two-story building serve as dormitories. The Theodore Gannon Dormitory also houses an additional 56 students and contains a student lounge. Each room has its own bath facilities and, of course, central heating and air conditioning. The Roger Cree Student Union contains a recently remodeled and equipped student lounge with recreational equipment that serves both on and off-campus students. The Ramsey Cafeteria has a seating capacity for over 230 diners. The cafeteria features additional outside tables and seating that can be used for eating, studying, socializing, and special events.