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About Haskell Indian Nations University
Today, Haskell has an average enrollment of over 1000 students each semester. Students represent federally recognized tribes from across the United States and are as culturally diverse as imaginable. Students select programs that will prepare them to enter baccalaureate programs in elementary teacher education, American Indian studies, business administration, and environmental science; to transfer to another baccalaureate degree-granting institution; or to enter directly into employment.
Haskell continues to integrate American Indian/Alaska Native culture into all its curricula. This focus of the curriculum, besides its intertribal constituency and federal support through the Bureau of Indian Affairs, makes Haskell unique and provides exciting challenges as Haskell moves into the 21st century.
Haskell’s historic campus is centrally located in Lawrence, KS in what is known as Kaw Valley.
Haskell’s mission for residential housing is to provide the best possible living accommodations reflecting care, safety, and security for the students. It is the goal of all residential housing facilities to provide a positive, meaningful residential living experience that offers support for students pursuing their academic and career goals.
Currently, there are six residential halls at Haskell. Below is a list of those halls:
- Blalock Hall: Freshman & Transfer Men
- Osceola & Keokuk Halls: Co-Ed Residential Hall
- Pocahontas Hall: Freshman & Transfer Women
- Powhatan Hall : Student Residential Assistants (SRA's)
- Roe Cloud Hall: Co-Ed Residential Hall
- Winona Hall: Co-Ed Honors Residential Hall
Courses available 10Applied, Pure Sciences 1 Business, Management 1 Creative Arts & Design 1 Education and Teaching 1 English Language 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 3 Mass Communication & Media 2
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