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Registration for the 2020 Summer Semester is now open

Final Registration for Summer Session II ends June 26, 2020

Online Registration Opens: June 22, 2020

Diné College Prepares for Fall 2020

TSAILE, Ariz. — Diné college will offer 358 courses this fall with all but 10 courses to be offered online, and staff are getting ready for the return of students by instituting campus-wide safety measures, a $6.4 million technology upgrade, developing a laptop loaner program, and other student success measures.

Diné College English Prof Published in July edition of Cowboys & Indians Magazine

TSAILE, Ariz. — The first president’s of the U.S. were slaveholders, committed countless acts of violence against Native Americans and have a history of bad politics toward the two groups.

Diné College English Prof Continues to Rack Up National Honors

TSAILE, Ariz. — Jake Skeets, a three-year veteran of the Diné College teaching system, was recently named Faculty of the Year by the American Indian College Fund (AICF). The recognition follows a $50,000 award from the New York-based Whiting Foundation which Skeets won earlier this year.

Diné College Introduces Timely Certified Medical Assistant Program

TUBA CITY, Ariz. — Diné College is debuting a new certificate program that is very relevant and timely during the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Diné College Named Top School by Online Website

TSAILE, Ariz. — Diné College was recently named a top school in several categories by best value colleges, an online independent and nonprofit entity which measures such things as financing and academics.

Diné College Profs Believe More Reasons Behind High Covid-19 Cases on Navajo

TSAILE, Ariz. — A research paper authored by two Diné College science professors about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and its impact upon Native Americans provides clarification of the transmission and virulence of the virus, the professors say.

Diné College in the News

NAU News — Summer public health enhancement programs for Diné College students, on which NAU is a partner, move online during pandemic

‘Preserve it, perpetuate it, polish it up’: Students learn traditional teachings in college setting

Hataali: Elders’ predictions of chaos coming true

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TSAILE, Ariz. — Diné College is asking for your input on a marketing survey.

Navajo Contemporary Arts Virtual Lecture Series

T’áá awólí bee: Navajo Contemporary Arts Virtual Lecture Series – Hulleah Tsinhnahjinnie “Visual Sovereignty: Weapons of Experssion”

Daughter of a Santa Fe Studio Style Artist, Hulleah Tsinhnahjinnie has had a lifelong relationship with the fine arts. Her experiences with painting and photography coupled with her unique retooling of photographs and post cards have also allowed for Hulleah to work with art as weapons of visual sovereignty. Join us as this UC Davis Professor discusses the challenges she has faced as a photographer and as an academic.

T’áá awólí bee: Navajo Contemporary Arts Virtual Lecture Series – Beverly Blacksheep “Traditional Contemporary: Looking Back, Moving Forward”

Navajo painter, Beverly Blacksheep’s illustrations and paintings are well-known throughout Navajo country and abroad. Many of her portrayals of Navajo women, motherhood, and traditional life ways have garnered accolades at the southwest Indian markets, including the coveted Intertribal Indian Ceremonial poster centerpiece in 1994. Join us as Beverly discusses her rise to fame, including her inspirations, challenges and the significance of her latest pieces.

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