25th Annual Harvard Powwow
The current status of the Harvard Powwow is that it is on hiatus as a response to COVID-19. As Massachusetts updates its state-wide response plan and Harvard offers further guidance on large-group gatherings we will update the HUNAP website on the powwow’s return.
Native & Indigenous Community at Harvard
There are thousands of courses taught by esteemed faculty members and augmented by Harvard’s unparalleled libraries and resources.
HUNAP brings together students, faculty, staff and programs for the purposes of academic scholarship, collaboration, and well-being at Harvard.
In our efforts to be globally-minded, we offer and engage in activities and programs that cover Native American, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian and other Indigenous matters.
As an interfaculty initiative at Harvard, HUNAP collaborates and is deeply committed with our campus partners with regard to recruitment, admissions, and student affairs across the entire Harvard umbrella.
Applying to Harvard
The University seeks promising students who will contribute to the Harvard community during their college years, and to society throughout their lives.
While academic accomplishment is important, the Admissions Committee considers many other factors—strong personal qualities, special talents or excellences of all kinds, perspectives formed by unusual personal circumstances, and the ability to take advantage of available resources and opportunities.
If you have questions about Native student life or academics, please feel free to call or email us to be contacted by a HUNAP staff member or student. You can also check out our blog for interviews featuring Native students and Alumni. Of course, you can also stop by our office if you are local!