Aid and Scholarship

Eligibility for Federal Aid

Financial Aid requirements you must meet to receive aid at Dine’ College

  • Submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) using the School Code.
    • Dine College School Code: 008246
  • Have a High School Diploma or Equivalent
  • Be admitted and enrolled in Title IV Approved Programs
  • Be a U.S. citizen or an Eligible non-Citizen
  • Demonstrate financial need (some scholarships are available to students without need)
  • Not be in default on prior student loan and not ow back a refund or repayment on a grant or other federal loans
  • Provide any requested documents from Financial Aid
  • Maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)

FAFSA Certitication

Upon signing the FAFSA, students certify that they:

  • Will use federal and/or state student financial aid only to pay the cost of attending an institution of higher education;
  • Are not in default on a federal student loan or have made satisfactory arrangements to repay it;
  •  Do not owe money back on a federal student grant or have made satisfactory arrangements to repay it;
  •  Will not receive a Federal Pell Grant from more than one college for the same period.

Upon signing the FAFSA, students and parents certify that all of the information they provided is true and complete to the best of their knowledge and they agree, if asked, to provide information that will verify the accuracy of their completed application. This information may include U.S. or state income tax forms that they filed or are required to file. Also, they certify that they understand that the Secretary of Education has the authority to verify information reported on the FAFSA with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and other federal agencies. If they electronically sign any document related to the federal student aid programs using an FSA ID (username and password) and/or any other credential, they certify that they are the person identified by that username and password and/or other credential, and have not disclosed that and password and/or other credential to anyone else. If they purposely give false or misleading information, they may be fined up to $20,000, sent to prison, or both.

Questions about Dine College’s financial aid requirements?
Contact us a (928) 724-6730 or email us a

Drug Law Violation

In accordance with federal and state laws, if you are receiving financial aid in the same semester in which you are convicted
for the possession or use of a controlled substance, you will be ineligible for financial aid for a period of time-related to the
number of offenses committed. Refer to the chart below for an exact breakdown of ineligibility intervals:

Possession of a controlled Substance Ineligibility period
First offense 1 year
Second offense 2 Years
Third offense Indefinite
Sale of controlled Substance
First offense 2 years
Second offense Indefinite

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