Re-Admitted Students

Admission Information – Re-Admitted Students

Students who have attended Haskell previously and want to return to continue their education. If a student has attended another college after Haskell, please refer to Transfer Student ( section. Please note, files are periodically moved to national archives and if you have not attended Haskell within the past three (3) years or more, you may be asked to re-build your file. See Admission Materials Required below.

Admissions Standards: Re-Admitted Students

If an applicant has, at minimum, a 2.0 GPA on a 4.0 GPA scale on his/her Haskell transcript, as well as completed ALL required application materials, he/she is eligible for acceptance as a re-admitted student.

If the Re-admitted applicant left on Academic Suspension, a typewritten essay is required addressing the following questions:

  1. What led to the problem?
  2. How have you addressed this problem?
  3. What is your plan for academic success?

Important Information for Re-Admitted Students

Re-Admitted students will, upon a favorable admissions decision, be subject to the successful resolution of any outstanding Bursar Office ( (finance) holds and/or unresolved issues from the Office of Student Rights and Conduct ( before they can continue with orientation, registration, or enrollment.

Admission Materials Required: Re-Admitted Students

  1. Application – All students must submit an application to the University. The application must contain the student’s full legal name. If the application and/or supporting documents show a different name or a variation of the student’s name, the student will be required to submit either legal documents showing their name was legally changed or re-submit any supporting documents with the full legal name.
  2. Tribal Verification – Students applying to attend Haskell must either be an enrolled or official member of a Federally recognized tribe eligible for education benefits from the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) or at least one-fourth total degree Indian blood direct descendant of an enrolled member of a tribe eligible for BIA education benefits. Official documentation regarding tribal recognition signed by the appropriate BIA agency or tribe. This documentation can be presented in either of the following two methods:
  1. Student is an enrolled member of a federally recognized tribe.Provide an official Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood (CDIB) card or other official tribal enrollment information with the student’s name, other identifying information such as date of birth or social security number, and an enrollment (membership) number from the BIA agency or federally recognized tribe.
  2. Direct Descendant of an enrolled member of a tribe eligible for BIA education benefits.Provide official documentation of at least one-fourth degree Indian blood descendant of an enrolled member of a federally recognized tribe eligible for BIA education benefits, signed by the appropriate BIA agency or federally recognized tribe

If you are not sure if your tribe is federally recognized and eligible for education benefits, please refer to the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, website for “Indian Entities Recognized and Eligible to Receive Services from the United State Bureau of Indian Affairs,” at

Haskell Indian Nations University does not contact, research, or obtain membership verification on behalf of student applicants. The student is responsible for contacting, researching, and obtaining this information.

  1. Immunizations– All students must have current Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR I and II) immunizations. Documentation of immunizations or an exemption form should be signed and submitted.
  1. Fee – All students must submit a nonrefundable $10 application fee to the University.

If you have not attended Haskell in at least 3 years, in addition to the above items, you must also submit the following official document.

    1. Official college transcript(s) – students transferring from other colleges or universities must submit official transcripts from each technical school/junior or community college/university in which they were enrolled. If a student enrolled and withdrew at any of these types of institutions, they must submit an official transcript or statement from the Registrar’s Office confirming they do not have an academic record.

Admission Decisions: Re-Admitted Students

All applicants will be given a decision of “accepted,” “accepted on probation,” “denied,” or “incomplete-no decision.”

Students who received an “incomplete-no decision” determination are not eligible to appeal, however; submitted materials will be kept on file for at least 3 years in the event the student re-applies.

Denial Appeal Process: Re-Admitted Students

Students who have submitted complete packets and were denied admission can appeal the decision.

Write a letter to the Admissions Office. Submit a typed written letter on why they should be considered for acceptance. All appeals will be reviewed by an academic official outside of the Office of Admissions. This process may take up to 2-3 weeks therefore appeals should be submitted as soon as possible.

Haskell Rights

All official documents become the property of Haskell Indian Nations University and cannot be returned to applicant.

Haskell reserves the right to deny or cancel the acceptance or admission of any student whose attendance at the university would not be mutually beneficial for the student or the university.

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.