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Haskell Indian Nations University
|Haskell Indian Nations University|
|Type||Federal tribal university|
|Location||Lawrence, Kansas, U.S.|
|Former names||United States Indian Industrial Training School (1884–87)|
Haskell Institute (1887–1970)
Haskell Indian Junior College (1970–93)
|Colors||Purple and Gold|
|Athletics||NAIA – Independent|
|Sports||8 varsity teams|
The Haskell Indian Nations University is a university in Lawrence, Kansas, a city in northeastern Kansas. It has free tuition for all Native Americans. About 1000 people attend the university. The university was created in 1884.
Haskell Indian Nations University was built in 1884. It was called the United States Indian Industrial Training School. It changed its name to Haskell Institute in 1887. Its name changed to Haskell Indian Nations University in 1993. Haskell offered its first four-year bachelor degree program in elementary teacher education.
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