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 historic Bacone House, located at 320 Academy Street in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.

The 45th Annual Symposium on the American Indian, "Indian Givers: Indigenous Inspirations," is scheduled for April 17-22, 2017.

Work-Study Position Available!

Position: Staff Assistant (3 positions available) – Seeking dependable and self-motivated student who enjoys working with the American Indian community. Students will help plan and implement campus and community based activities, as well as assist staff with day to day operations (answering phones, making copies, sending faxes, greeting visitors, and running errands). Applicants should have excellent communication skills (written and verbal) and be proficient in basic computer skills including Microsoft Office software. Interested students should complete the Student Employment Application and turn it in at the Bacone House with an update resume. 13 hours per week, $7.25 per hour.

Semester: Fall 2016, Spring 2017
Department: Center for Tribal Studies
Campus: Tahlequah, Bacone House (320 Academy Street)
Contact: 918.444-4350

  Student Employment Application (463kb)

 

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.

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