Haskell Indian Nations University offers many opportunities for our Native American and/or Alaskan Native Students. Kansas, a state located in the Midwestern United States, is named after the Kansa (aka Kaw) Native American tribe who were known to inhabit the area. From barbeque to basketball, Lawrence, Kansas is known for its unique small town characteristics with a large city vibe. Lawrence is located almost midway between Topeka, Kansas and Kansas City, Missouri, a short drive to both major metropolitan cities where you can also find great museums, restaurants, and of course, major sporting venues for nationally known baseball and football teams. Kansas has it all!
Haskell Indian Nations University offers a rich cultural heritage which can rejuvenate a student’s Native American pride and heritage or where a student can learn of their ancestral heritage, sometimes for the first time. Each year, Haskell is home to students from over 130 United States federally recognized tribes. Students often comment on how wonderful it is to attend classes and live with students who come from similar backgrounds and native lands. Haskell has it all!
Haskell offers an affordable education where you can obtain an undergraduate degree in a small, comfortable classroom setting with a low student to faculty ratio. This enables a student to develop a professional and friendly relationship with their instructors which can carry forward for decades. Our Professors care about their students and it shows by the number of students who frequently come back to visit them. This benefit also shows in the networking between Instructors and students who work together not just for the Haskell student’s success but for their families and extended family members’ wellbeing. This unique Native American and Alaskan Native tradition of looking generations ahead is demonstrated at Haskell in a strong family oriented environment.
Come join us as we prepare to celebrate Haskell’s 130th Birthday! Think of all the Native students who have crossed these doors and walked through the Haskell Archway on their way to meeting their life goals and ambitions. You can be a part of this heritage. Please call or write for more information as you contemplate your educational goals for the future. Come be a part of our University; We are Haskell!
Contact & Info
155 Indian Ave
The Office of Admissions
and Record is located in:
Navarre Hall, Rm #112A
8AM – 4PM | M-F