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Dine College Stats, Info and Facts

Quick Facts

2,033 students

100% admitted

  • 1,146 full time
  • 887 part time
  • 421 men full time
  • 725 women full time
  • open enrollment

1,978 Undergraduates

$720 tuition/year

  • 55 Non-Degree
  • $720 in state
  • $85 fees
  • $5,020 room & board
  • $1,400 books and supplies

At a Glance

Institution Type: Public
Campus Setting: Southwest Rural area, remote from an urban area
Highest Degree Offered: Bachelor's degree
Level of Institution: Four or more years
Calendar: Semester
Reviews in 3 Sentences
  • Julian from Tsaile, AZ
  • 0
  • Dine college there really nothiong to say, except that it is a good community school and the courses are excellent for a 2 year college. the instructors are magnificant and…

  • May-31-2012 Read More
  • Jade from Albuquerque, NM
  • 0
  • Dine College is a great college for students to start and have experiences. It is a small college but has amazing staff to get along with, and know who they…

  • Aug-08-2012 Read More
  • Dionne from Tuba City, AZ
  • 0
  • Dine College has great qualities with student learning through thinking, planning, living, and assuring. Additionally, Dine College offers research and teachings with the Navajo culture, clan-ship and language. Most of…

  • Jun-20-2012 Read More
  • Love
  • 0
  • Dine College provides helps to all of its students. Dine College is a great place to start for students. Dine College is a unique and brilliant place to attend.…

  • Jun-29-2012 Read More
  • Cortney from Chinle, AZ
  • 0
  • Dine College is a great college with small classrooms, friendly people and nice teachers. The college makes me feel at home with my Navajo culture and aspects. I love the…

  • Sep-13-2012 Read More
Mission Statement

Dine College is a public institution of higher education chartered by the Navajo Nation. The mission of Dine College is to apply the Sa'ah Naaghai Bik'eh Hozhoon principles to advance quality student learning:
through thinking, planning living and assurance;
in study of Dine language, history and culture;
in preparation for further studies and employment in a multi-cultural and technological world;
in fostering social responsibility, community service and scholarly research that contribute to the social, economic and cultural well being of the Navajo Nation.


Student Responses to Review Topic: Am I Enjoying Being Here
  • 4
  • Kamille from Blue Gap, AZ
  • Oct-23-2009 I am a current student here

    I love the classes because they are not to crowed, this gives me the advantage so I could have a one on one time with the instructor.

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