Diné College Students: Online Tutoring

The health of the Diné College community is our priority

This website will be updated regularly with information about the Novel Coronavirus affecting the Diné College community. The Centers For Disease Control and Prevention has the most up-to-date information about the status of the Novel Coronavirus in the US.

Student: Online Tutoring Service

Diné College now offers online tutoring services through Tutor Matching Service (TMS). TMS is an online platform used at Diné College to promote student success by increasing access to one-on-one education, while utilizing interactive online tools to connect with our students.

HOW TO CONNECT TO WITH A TUTOR (Download PDF)

  1. Create an official Tutoring Matching Service (TMS) account using your Diné College email.
  2. Fine a Diné College Tutor by utilizing the filter tool. Select a tutor to view their subject areas and to book an appointment
  3. At the time of your assignment, a special URL link (Go Board or Zoom) will be sent to you via Tutor Matching Service messaging or Diné College email. *Upon clicking the link will automatically begin your session.

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Tutoring Service: Online Tutoring (Tutor Matching Services & Zoom)

Professional Tutor
Subjects
Contact
Quanah Yazzie
ENGLISH
MATH
NAVAJO
 
ZOOM Account
 
Tutor Matching Services:
 
Shakanada Iyua
MATH
 
Tutor Matching Services:
 

Links:
www.tutoringmatchingservice.com/dinecollege

If you still have questions, contact the Diné College Incident Command Center and we will seek out the answers to your question.

Diné College Incident Command Center in Response to COVID-19 – Hours: 8 AM to 7PM

Phone: 928-724-6900

Email: officeofthepresident@dinecollege.edu

Diné College is following the guidance that is provided by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Navajo Nation Department of Health, and taking preventive actions to temporarily cancel College sponsored events and limiting socialization on College campuses and sites. The preventive measure is to safeguard the health and well being of our College community and Navajo communities.
You can find updated information about COVID-19 disease activity and recommendations at these sites:
CDC: 2019 Novel Coronavirus
Arizona Department of Public Health
New Mexico Department of Health
Nation Nation Department of Health