Cherokee Studies

Study at the Source

Our Cullowhee, N.C. campus is at the heart of the spiritual and cultural homeland of the region's largest Native American population, the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.

Uniquely located amidst rich cultural and academic resources, our interdisciplinary program is multi-faceted. In partnership with the Cherokee community, we offer students and scholars a wide range of academic and support services.

Come join us! Study at the source.

Students excavate a feature at an archaeological site near Spikebuck Mound in Hayesville, NC during the 2007 Summer Field School.

Photo: Students excavate a feature at an archaeological site near Spikebuck Mound in Hayesville, NC during the 2007 Summer Field School.

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In the Cherokee syllabary, the characters above spell "study".
In the Cherokee syllabary, the characters above spell "study".


 

 
 

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