Commemorating 50 years of Higher Education Excellence

You are invited 50th Anniversary Gala and Silent Auction


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Diné College in the News from Indian Country Today

Diné College, known as Navajo Community College before 1997, is the first and largest tribal college in the country. Radio announcer Raymond Nakai hosted a popular radio show in the 1950s. Read More
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Diné College Readying For Sept. 22nd Gala in Scottsdale, Ariz.

TSAILE, Ariz. — Most people around the Four Corners aren’t aware of the advantages associated with attending Diné College, like low tuition and an emphasis on Navajo culture and history. Read More

Mark Trahant Announced as Master of Cermony at Diné College Bi’olta’a (Student) Scholarship Gala

Tsaile, Arizona – September 18, 2018 – Mark Trahant, Editor for Indian Country Today has been selected as the Master of Ceremonies for the Diné College Bi’olta’a (Student) Scholarship Gala to be held at the Scottsdale Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona on Saturday, September 22. Read More

View Our Silent Auction Items.  Thank you to those who graciously Donated.

Diné College thanks the following artists and businesses for their contributions toward the Silent Auction to be held at the Diné College Student Scholarship Gala Read More

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