2011-2012 President: Jaime Clark (Osage/Cherokee)

2011-2012 Vice-President: 

2010-2011 SGA Rep: Watie Wildcat (Osage/Cherokee/Muscogee (Creek) )

Advisor: Dr. Hugh Foley

Mission Statement: The RSU Native American Student Association seeks to promote a better understanding of American Indian students at this school, to use our resources and talents to promote good will and fellowship, to hold cultural and educational activities for the enrichment of RSU students and the surrounding communities, and to support RSU's  Native students in their educational endeavors.


41st Annual RSU/Claremore Graduation

Honor Powwow

 Saturday, April TBA, 2012


Bushyhead Field House, RSU Claremore Campus

 Host: RSU Native American Student Association

 Powwow Schedule

2 p.m. 5 p.m. Gourd Dance

5 p.m. 6 p.m.  Supper Break

6 p.m. - 6:45 p.m. Gourd Dance

7 p.m. - Grand Entry

8 p.m. - Special Invitation to All Area 2008 Graduates for Recognition

To receive a commemorative medal, graduates should RSVP

to or call 918 343-7566 by Monday, April 10th, 2012    

Only scheduled specials after 5 p.m.



Head Staff

Head Singer: Craig Satepauhoodle (Kiowa/Osage)

Emcee: TBA

Head Gourd Dancers: Blackbeard Descendents

Head Lady Dancer: TBA 

Head Man Dancer: TBA

Arena Director: Karl Beaston

Color Guard: TBA


Dance Competitions

1st, 2nd,, 3rd Place Prizes

Buckskin, Cloth, Jingle, Fancy Shawl

Straight, Grass, Traditional, Fancy

Jr. Dance Competitions:

 All Girl Categories Combined

 All Boy Categories Combined

(Some Jr. Categories Split If Adult Categories

Have Less Than Three Entries)

Tiny Tots

Vendors: $30 donation to NASA or equivalent item

Concession Stand Benefits Rogers County Cherokee Association

RSU is not responsible for accidents, injuries, or thefts.

Absolutely no alcohol or drugs permitted. Offenders subject to immediate arrest.

For more information: 918-343-7566


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