As students begin to settle into their respective dorms, the start of classes tomorrow will bring a close to Fall 2014 Orientation Week. It was a fun beginning to a new semester at Haskell Indian Nations University!
A sign outside of Navarre welcomes new students on Thursday, the first day of orientation.
Student Ambassadors lead new students in the Haskell fight song.
Haskell auditorium was filled with new students and their families for a “Welcome to Haskell” on Thursday.
Parents and students unload cars during Thursday morning check in at Pocahontas Hall.
New students attend one of the College Success Seminars in Sequoyah Hall on Saturday.
Registrar, Lou Hara gives instructions to pre-enrolled continuing students in line to pick up schedules Sunday morning.
Student cars line the street in front of Roe Cloud Hall Sunday morning as continuing students began to check in.
Students in line at Tecumseh Hall for Cultural Foods Night on Sunday evening.
Breaking Camp volunteers stack tables with supplies for new and returning students at the gazebo BBQ Monday night.
Amy Metz, Breaking Camp co-founder, sets up food for students at Monday night’s gazebo BBQ.
Students gather as food is prepared at the Breaking Camp BBQ.
A crate of snack bars was distributed to students at the Monday night Breaking Camp BBQ on campus.
Students participating in Playfair, an interactive and networking session at the powwow grounds.
Playfair was held at the Haskell powwow grounds Monday night.