Housed in a 15,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility, with 6,500 square-feet of
exhibit and gallery space bringing together art, archaeology, Archives, folklore,
history, and language, the Native American Studies Center is not only a resource for
USCL students but also for the community.
One can volunteer for the community Archaeology Lab that’s held weekly during the
school semester; study an Archive full of books about Native American peoples, hear
hours of oral histories; view numerous photographs for research; explore five galleries
highlighting Indigenous art and history, and more.
The Center also is home to the world’s single largest collection of Catawba Indian
pottery, but there’s so much more to see and experience: