Gather Here. Go Far

NSU is where success begins. Here professors know their subjects and how to get you ready for a career after you graduate. We empower individuals to become socially responsible global citizens by creating and sustaining a culture of learning and discovery.

Gather Here. Go Far

NSU is where success begins. Here professors know their subjects and how to get you ready for a career after you graduate. We empower individuals to become socially responsible global citizens by creating and sustaining a culture of learning and discovery.

Gather Here. Go Far

NSU is where success begins. Here professors know their subjects and how to get you ready for a career after you graduate. We empower individuals to become socially responsible global citizens by creating and sustaining a culture of learning and discovery.

Gather Here. Go Far

NSU is where success begins. Here professors know their subjects and how to get you ready for a career after you graduate. We empower individuals to become socially responsible global citizens by creating and sustaining a culture of learning and discovery.

Gather Here. Go Far

NSU is where success begins. Here professors know their subjects and how to get you ready for a career after you graduate. We empower individuals to become socially responsible global citizens by creating and sustaining a culture of learning and discovery.

Center for Tribal Studies

Welcome!

Since its inception in 1990, the Center for Tribal Studies has become one of the central resources on campus for supporting academic effectiveness, enhancing the quality of student experiences, initiating scholarly activities, bridging communication between tribal nations and the University, and enriching the cultural heritage of the Northeastern State University community. The Center for Tribal Studies welcomes you to visit our offices at the Zoe Davis House located at 314 Goingsnake in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
 

Center for Tribal Studies Online Store

The Center for Tribal Studies now has an online store to purchase all those great items you've been missing! Items include our 48th Annual Symposium on the American Indian t-shirt and our signature stole. More items will be added in the future, so check back often and place your order today.

Click the link below to visit our online store.
Center for Tribal Studies Online Store


Phone, Fax, & E-mail

Phone: 918-444-4350
Fax: 918-458-2073
E-mail: tribalstudies@nsuok.edu
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M., Closed from 12:00 P.M. - 1:00 P.M. for lunch.

Upcoming Events

Indigenous Peoples' Day

Indigenous Peoples' Day

October 10, 2022

Free and Open to the Public!
Indigenous Peoples' Day is a celebration of the rich cultural heritage of the numerous Indigenous tribes in the US. 

From 2-5pm we'll have traditional marbles, stickball, and chunkey at Beta Field. At 5:30 we'll go from Beta Field and march to the Peace Pavilion where we'll be serving free dinner provided by Tatted Pig BBQ.

Traditional Games | Beta Field
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Brief Remarks | Beta Field
5:00 pm - 5:30 pm

IPD March | Beta Field to CN Peace Pavilion
5:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Round Dance, Dinner & Vendor Tables | CN Peace Pavilion
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

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