Pronounced AW-THAM-KEE, this phrase translates from the southwest tribes (Hopi and O'odham) languages as "the People's House." The wing provides a welcoming, comfortable and supportive living and learning environment for Native American students. This theme community affirms Native American cultural identity and emphasizes education, culture, empowerment, and community. This theme community comprises a wing in Kaibab-Huachuca Hall, which has 11 double rooms (22 beds).
Students living in the O’odham Ki: Wing, through collaboration with Native American Student Affairs will have the opportunity to engage in the larger Tucson Native American community. Some of these community resources include: