Haskell University secures accreditation for another decade

Interior Secretary Sally Jewell speaks to the 2015 graduating class at Haskell Indian Nations University in Kansas. Photo from Facebook

Haskell Indian Nations University in Kansas secured accreditation for another 10 years, President Venida Chenault announced on Monday.

The Higher Learning Commission came to the campus in April for the university's 10-year review. The visit resulted in accreditation until 2024-2025.

“When we bundle our commitment together, we can accomplish much for tribal students seeking to realize their dreams and potential through higher education,” Chenault said in a press release.

According to the Higher Learning Commission, Haskell had 741 full-time and part-time students as of April. The university awarded 160 associates and bachelors degrees in the prior year.

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