Diné College Continues to Support Students With Tuition Grants for the Spring 2022 Semester
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 24, 2021
TSAILE, Ariz. — Diné College Spring 2022 enrollment is now open. Your success is your community’s success. Take advantage of grants offered to all current and new students. Classes start January 10, 2022.
Diné College is offering 106 in-person classes and 244 online classes for the Spring 2022 semester. The College is also offering a 50 percent tuition grant and residential grant for student and family housing. A fee grant will also be applied to Technology, Student Activity, and Admission Application fees for students who enroll for the Spring 2022 Semester.
The “Fall 2021 Challenge” was offered to all students who enrolled full-time during the Fall 2021 semester and receive a 2.0 GPA or better would be eligible to receive a full tuition grant for the Spring 2022 semester. 627 students are currently enrolled full-time and will be considered for the “Fall 2021 Challenge” and eligible to have their Spring 2022 tuition covered as long as they are enrolled in a degree program.
Currently, the College is seeing about a 22 percent increase in Spring enrollment from the previous year. The College aims to exceed pre-COVID-19 enrollment numbers.
“We are optimistic about the incentives offered to current and new students in the academic year 2021-22. Now is the best time to attend Diné College, considering the national rising cost of attending a college or university. Our Enrollment Management team believes “word of mouth” is our best recruitment strategy and it’s a proven fact that Diné College is affordable, accessible, and accredited,” said Director of Enrollment Management Priscilla Leonard.
Diné College’s full-time tuition with fees averages $725 per semester. The Spring 2022 semester grants will reduce the cost of attendance to $330.
The College continues to comply with all CDC guidelines to ensure the safety and well-being of our students, faculty and staff. The Diné College campus remains closed to the public and continues to enforce a mask and vaccine mandate for all students, staff, and faculty.
Diné College is a four-year tribal college located on the Navajo reservation with six campuses and two microsites across Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah and primarily serves Navajo students. The school offers 20 bachelor degrees, 16 associate degrees, and 6 certificate programs. The school is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. The College, established in 1968, is the first tribal college and was formerly named Navajo Community College.