Exchange Program

Are you a KU student interested in learning more about Native American issues? Or are you a Haskell student interested in a class at KU? Maybe you want a different perspective on current events or are simply looking for a different campus experience?

Whether you are a student at KU or Haskell, you can take advantage of the Haskell/KU Exchange Program! This fantastic partnership between two historic campuses represents a wonderful opportunity for both Haskell Indian Nations University students and University of Kansas students to take classes at either KU or Haskell while remaining a full-time student at their home campus. 

Haskell Student to KU                                   

KU Student to Haskell

How did you hear about the program and how did it benefit you?

I heard about the exchange program through the First Nations Student Association. I have learned about Indigenous viewpoints that were never discussed amongst my family while I was growing up. Through it I have learned about the different tribes and their cultures. The program has also allowed me to meet new people and get involved with organizations at Haskell.  -Steph, KU Student

Did you attend any events other than class at Haskell?

I attended the powwows, as well as activities sponsored by the Wetlands Preservation Organization, American Indian Studies, and the Ecology Clubs. There were so many lectures given by a variety of visitors such as one of the Lost Boys of the Sudan and Winona LaDuke. -Angela, KU Student


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