Haskell Indian Nations University (Haskell) and the University of Kansas (KU) have long enjoyed a spirit of cooperation due both to their commonality of mission and mutual location in Lawrence, Kansas.  Many cooperative initiatives and programs have been realized, despite the fact that Haskell serves an American Indian/Alaska Native undergraduate population from throughout the United States, while KU serves a broader population of both graduate and undergraduate students.

Recently, Haskell and KU revised and updated their Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that sets forth and codifies major areas of interest and cooperation that serves as a framework for future initiatives. Both institutions agree to honor and mutually support the academic programs of study that each institution offers.

This website is provided as a guide and a resource for those students interested in the KU/Haskell Exchange program or Haskell students transferring to KU.


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