Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What is the cost to apply?
All new students applying for the first time for admission to Diné College must pay a one-time, non-refundable $20.00 application fee.
Do you accept transfer students?
Yes, students who have attended other accredited colleges or universities prior to attending Diné College are considered transfer students, and must submit an official transcript(s) from the other colleges/universities attended. Diné College may evaluate and accept a maximum of forty (40) credit hours below the 300 course level with a grade of "C" or better.
Do you accept international students?
International or foreign students applying for admission must contact the Office of Records and Admissions at (928) 724-6630 for information on the application process and requirements. Dine' College does not provide scholarships or financial assistance to international students.
Does Diné College participate in college athletics?
Yes, Diné College competes in Archery, Cross Country & Track, and Rodeo.
Does Diné College offer on-campus housing options?
Yes, Diné College provides eight residential halls for students at the main campus in Tsaile and three residential halls for DC student athletes in Shiprock. Unfortunately, there are no housing accommodations for our centers at this time. Our main campus in Tsaile is located in four corners area nestled in the beautiful Chuska Mountain Range in rural Northeastern Arizona. Our Tsaile on-campus housing offers a maximum of 228 vacancies per semester. Click here for more information.
I have a question about the admissions process that is not answered on this website. What should I do?
Please call our Admissions Office at (928) 724-6630. We will try to add common questions to this web page over time.
Where is Diné College located?
Diné College is a multi-campus institution. Tsaile Campus serves both a residential student population and commuter population. Tsaile campus also functions as the headquarters / administrative center for the institution. Shiprock Campus has developed strengths in scientific research programs involving faculty and students. The Community Centers provide professional academic advising and educational opportunities. Click here to view a map. Below are our locations.
• Tsaile, Arizona
• Shiprock, New Mexico
Diné Community Centers
• Chinle, Arizona
• Crownpoint, New Mexico
• Tuba City, Arizona
• Window Rock, Arizona