As one of the University’s Interfaculty Initiatives, the Harvard University Native American Program is uniquely situated to bring together students, faculty, and staff from all parts of the University as well as friends and community members from peer schools and the surrounding Cambridge/Boston area. HUNAP offers a series of events throughout the year designed to bring together members of the community.
Our events range greatly, from informal social gatherings to our community dinners to our annual Powwow every spring, and are designed to further the mission of our program by celebrating the spirit of community on campus and providing opportunities for attendees to develop academic, professional, and personal networks.
Student Groups and Organizations
Students and student organizations are at the heart of the HUNAP community. There are a number of different student organizations here at Harvard University, representing an enormous variety of interests from law to medicine to powwow dancing. All of them are open to anyone interested.
18th Annual Harvard University Powwow
HUNAP proudly sponsors the 18th Annual Harvard University Powwow Saturday, April 27