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The Tommaney Library puts student success first by providing a culturally-informed space for the discovery, collaboration, and creation of information and ideas. The Library partners with the Haskell faculty and our community to develop information literate learners and leaders within our Indigenous communities and the world.

Haskell Mission

The mission of Haskell Indian Nations University is to build the leadership capacity of our students by serving as the leading institution of academic excellence, cultural and intellectual prominence, and holistic education to address the needs of Indigenous communities.