United Pueblo Club
To set meeting to help members with school work, help coup with homesickness. As well as participate in pueblo events throughout the semester. In doing so, members will help fundraise for events, volunteer hours to the university and the community.
Alfred Willie III, email@example.com
Rhonda LeValdo, Media Communicaations, 785-749- 8442, firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 6:30
To learn fundemntals of boxing and to teach confience and self defense
London Summers, email@example.com
Yosh Wagner, Trio ext. 405, mwagoner@haskell. edu
Phi Sigma Nu
Empower Native men to engage in academics, social, cultural and physical realms
Thomas Berryhill, Thomas.firstname.lastname@example.org
Joshua Arce, IT 749-8482 Ex 482, email@example.com, Pontiac
Monday, Tommaney Hall (Library)
To explore the Dine roots of our ancestors and share our ideology to non-Dine and Dine students on and off campus. As a club we want to engage with on-going campus activities for exposure that leads our club and members opportunities
Autumn Powell, firstname.lastname@example.org
Manny King, Guidance Counselor 785-749-8447, Mking@haskell.edu, OK Hall, rm 2023
Gamma Delta Pi Sorority
Sunday, 7pm Roe cloud 1st floor study room
The purpose of Gamma Delta Pi is to create a sisterhood on campus which promotes Indigenous women to support each other socially and academically as well as to promote community involvement, community service and to represent Haskell as well as our own Native nations in a positive way.
Rissa A Garcia-Prudencio, email@example.com
Danelle McKinney, Student Rights, 7857498415, firstname.lastname@example.org, Pushmataha
AISES (American Indian Science and Engineer Society)
Sunday, Thursday Alternating locations between KU Engineer Building and Haskell Campus
To have American Indians network in STEM related fields, so they can prepare to have a successful future after Haskell.
Sasheen Goslin, email@example.com
Josh Arce, Josh Meisel, Information Technology, Geography, 749-8482 x482 , 393-8270 firstname.lastname@example.org , jmeisel@ haskell.edu
Alpha Pi Omega Sorority, Inc.
Tuesday Roe Cloud Hall study room
The mission of Alpha Pi Omega Sorority, Inc. is to create a strong sisterhood that will serve as a support for college women in today’s society. The sisterhood shall support its members in their individual journeys towards a balanced life. The Alpha Pi Omega woman will always strive for greater scholarship, honesty, leadership, service, and personal integrity. The Sorority will work to preserve our Native American traditions, for through celebration and practice of our cultural and spiritual heritage, we become one with each other.
Jamie Colvin, email@example.com
Rhonda LeValdo, College of Humanities, 749-8442 x442, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kansas National Education Association – Aspiring Educators (KNEA-AE)
Thursday Bi-Weekly, Parker Hall Rm 145
KNEA Aspiring Educators is a professional association for college students preparing to enter the education profession.Through its affiliation with KNEA, NEA and the NEA Student Program (NEA-SP), the KNEA-Aspiring Educators (KNEAAE) program provides college students with assistance, benefits, and professional resources. The association gives students the opportunity to learn – not only from each other – but also from a network of campus advisors and from the finest professionals in education.
Lorenzo Pino, email@example.com
Jacqueline Boyd, School of Education, (785) 832-6685, firstname.lastname@example.org, Parker Hall
American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC)
Prepare students to participate and compete in the American Indian Higher Education Consortium’s Annual Student Conference. This purpose will be supported by the goals of building a financial, educational, and influential team of students whom will represent Haskell in the 2020 Student Conference.
Susan Hawkins, Susan.email@example.com
Joshua Arce, I.T. x482, firstname.lastname@example.org, Poniac Hall
American Indian Healers of Tomorrow (AIHTx)
Wednesday, Roe Cloud study room/ Wiona Study room/ Library
Connect students to experiences and volunteer opportunities so that they can explore the healthcare field.
Sierra Pen, email@example.com
Patti Wakolee and Laura Rice, SSC- Student Success Center 749- 8404 x275, firstname.lastname@example.org, Sequoyah
Hall Haskell Handweavers
Tuesday Tommaney Hall RM 111
Educate Students on indigenous textiles
Carrie Cornelius, ASC, 785-832- 6659, email@example.com, Tommaney Hall RM 102
Jared Nally, firstname.lastname@example.org
To promote responsibility, growth as a student leader and to create good fellowship among the residents.
Keairah Urrutia, email@example.com
Wonda Trujillo, Housing, 785-749-8465, wtrujillo@ haskell.edu, Pocahontas Hall
Sigma Nu Alpha Gamma
To provide a fraternal brotherhood of support and encouragement to ensure Native American men can achieve their higher education goals, such as graduating, pursuing their educations, and representing their communities in a positive manner.
Sam Riding In, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jimmy Beason II, AIS, 785-832-6613 x613, jbeason@ haskell.edu, Parker Hall 127
Wednesday 2:30 p.m.
To promote the social work profession through empowerment and advocacy of club members and the Haskell community.
Shanice Chatlin, email@example.com
Melissa Holder, Faculty, 785-832-6634, mholder@ haskell.edu, Sequoia 129
Haskell Pow-wow Association
Wednesday Tecumseh Gym, downstairs
Have a club to promote the songs and dancers of all the students who enjoy and want to participate in pow-wow’s.
Naomi Nevaquaya, firstname.lastname@example.org
Manny King, University Services, 749-8447 email@example.com, OK Hall, room 2023
Off Campus Club
Tuesday, Wednesday Approximately 4 to 6 Pm
Plan Student activities and community involvement
Damon Williams, firstname.lastname@example.org
Carlene Morris, Financial Aid Office, 785-749-8468, email@example.com, Althea Eaton Mail Room
Monday, Stidham Union
To unify Haskell Students through fun, fellowship and food!
Priscilla Ortiz, firstname.lastname@example.org
Raylene Hayes, NASS x611, raylene. email@example.com Sequoyah
Native Knights of Iron
Tuesday, Roe Cloud
To promote health and fitness through LARPING, as well as getting students involved with campus activities and to help promote a positive image. The other purpose of this goal is to provide a group where students can feel at ease with other students and interact in a stress-free environment.
Uriah Little Owl, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tyler Kimbrell Communications, 7858326680, email@example.com, Ross Hall
Varsity Softball Club
Monday, Tinker Hall
To be the business end of the Varsity Softball program and to raise awareness and pride of the Haskell Softball program and to give all students the opportunity to participate in Haskell Softball.
Velma Turner, Velma.firstname.lastname@example.org
Gary Tanner, HSES, 7857498459 ex 233, Gtanner@ haskell.edu, Coffin Complex 102
Friday, OK Hall
Connect Students from Alaska together and share Our Cultures and Songs
Armando DeAsis, email@example.com
Darla Harrison, Housing, (785)830-2721, firstname.lastname@example.org, OK Hall
American Indigenous Business Leader
Monday, Blue Eagle 128.
Promote business leadership within Haskell.
Dreamer Greene, Dreamer.email@example.com
Cheryl Chuckluck, Dean of Professional Schools, 7857498436, Cheryl.chuckluck@BIE.edu, Parker Hall