LOOKING AHEAD AT 2021 2020 was a very tough journey for all of us. Adversity reveals the true character of a community
and a person. We, the Diné College family, wishes that 2021 brings new happiness,
new goals, new achievements and new aspirations in your life.

Diné College Advisement
Dine’ College’s advising model is based on the Diné educational paradigm, Sa’ah Nagháí Bik’eh Hozhóón to develop student’s educational and career pathways.

2021 Spring Registration begins NOVEMBER 2, 2020.

  • WARRIOR Tuition Grant 50% off
  • 385 COURSES
  • Limited edition FACEMASK, COFFEE MUG, CAP and HAND SANITIZER to first 50 to register.
Campus News
Shaina Nez

Diné College Grad, Instructor Published in Massachusetts Review

TSAILE, Ariz. – Shaina A. Nez is a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts program coordinator and adjunct instructor of English and Fine Arts at Diné College who was recently published in The Massachusetts Review.

Renown Diné College Student, Rodeo Coach Karlets Dennison Passes Away

TSAILE, Ariz. – A legend of the Diné College rodeo community passed away Jan. 3.

Karlets Dennison, a Diné College rodeo coach from 1992 to 2013 and an Indian National Finals Rodeo All-Around and Senior Team-Roping champion, died Jan. 3. The cause of death was due to complications from the coronavirus (COVID-19).

SREP 2021

2021 Diné College SREP
May 24 – July 30
Application deadline: Friday, March 19, 2021
Registration info

Source: Indian Country Today
Top 10 Editorials of 2020
Diné College faculty’s editorial is #1.

Dr. Charles Roessel

Diné College President Testifies Before Federal Native Youth Commission

TSAILE, Ariz. – As president of Diné College, and as a former teacher, principal and superintendent at schools across the Navajo Nation, Charles Monty Roessel can identify with youth who fit the criteria under review by the federal Alyce Spotted Bear and Walter Soboleff Commission of Native Children.

AMC Conference

Friday, February 19, 2021. One day Virtual Conference from 8am – 6:30pm(MDT). This one day Conference, is planned for Spring 2021, seeks to focus primarily on the emerging outbreaks/infections in the light of current COVID-19 outbreak.
Registration is now OPEN!

Virtual Events

T’ÁÁ AWOŁÍ BEE: Navajo Contemporary Arts Conversation Series

Diné College’s School of Arts, Humanities, and English (SAHE) and the Navajo Cultural Arts Program (NCAP) have collaborated on this unique presentation of Diné artists in the 21st century.

2020 Fall Series:
William Wilson (Photographer): Tintype: A Response to America’s Fixed Consciousness of Native Americans

Beads, Buffing, and the Becks: A Conversation with Victor and Nanibaa Beck

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