Welcome and thank you for considering Haskell Indian Nations University as a partner in your education. In addition to offering the highest level of excellence in curriculum, instruction and student life, Haskell also provides a unique cultural experience. As an alum of Haskell, I have a personal understanding of what the university means to many in Indian Country. Haskell represents family, cultural awareness, and a deep understanding of what an education can mean not just to an individual, but to native and Alaska communities.

As a Haskell student, you will find that your professors support you and encourage your work. You will find yourself in a wonderful academic environment with a variety of learning and enrichment opportunities.

There are many reasons to choose Haskell Indian Nations University and I hope you will let us help you explore them all. We look forward to helping you achieve your educational goals.

Dorothy D. Stites
Director of Admissions
Haskell Indian Nations University

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Application Deadlines

General Deadline Dates for Submitting Applications

Fall Semester: June 1

Summer: April 15

Spring Semester: Nov. 15

If the deadline date falls on a weekend, the following Monday is the deadline. Applications and supporting documents postmarked on or after the deadline, faxed, or emailed will NOT be accepted.

Space for the Fall 2024 Semester is limited, both available classes and on-campus housing and you may be waitlisted.

What does this mean?

All qualifying students who we cannot accommodate will be assigned to a Wait List.

Being placed on a Wait List is not a rejection.  Our goal is to fill our classrooms and campus with students who want to learn and earn a college degree.  Ranking order will be determined by the student’s original application date.  You will be placed on the Wait List if the following applies:

  1. As of June 1, 2024, your file is complete meaning all required documents have been received.
  2. You meet minimum requirements as far as your high school and/or college academic history.
  3. You choose to live on-campus.
  4. You accept the university’s decision and will attend if granted acceptance.
  5. Stay in touch with the Admissions office.  Make sure your contact information is current.

Official supporting materials should be mailed or hand delivered to the following address:
Haskell Indian Nations University
Office of Admissions
155 Indian Avenue, Box 5031
Lawrence, KS 66046
Phone: 785-749-8454