Dine is a public college located in Tsaile, Arizona. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 867 undergraduate students. The Dine acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Public Health Education, Social Science Research Methods, and Business. Graduating 30% of students, Dine alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $16,400.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.24 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.21 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.21 responses
Most Popular Majors
Public Health Education32 Graduates
Social Science Research Methods31 Graduates
Liberal Arts and Humanities17 Graduates
Elementary Education13 Graduates
Minority and Ethnic Studies12 Graduates
Business Support Services4 Graduates
Information Science4 Graduates
Studio Arts4 Graduates
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Dine College Reviews
My experience at Dine College was different from what my family members said when they did attend here. I am isolated from fast food restaurants and the urban setting because your in a small area on the Navajo Reservation. I like the dorm setting but I feel like the rules are strict, the professors here are nice and willing to help you with whatever you need in helping you approve your grade in classes. You get to know people from across the reservation and the class sizes are small which is great! Being here made me more focused on my education as well as going outdoors and exploring around the area. I feel like the place could improve on the food in the cafeteria because it seems like your always eating the same thing.
The College is Fantastic. Excellent teachers who know what they are doing! You get the higher education that you need and for such a great price! The food here is excellent and the students are great to get along with. With fast WiFi you do not have to worry about online classes taking forever you will always be up to date. The college is a bit isolated so there are not many stores to travel to, but they do know how to have fun here! The dorms are old but in good condition and you have just enough living space to be comfortable. The safety on campus is OUTSTANDING. The campus Police are always patrolling day and night 24/7 rain sleet or snow! the diversity is not too diverse with it being a native school so as expected it is a majority native population. The athletics here are OK with there being a basketball team and an archery team with a coach who was elected coach of the year for archery. All in all this is a great college and highly recommend it. 4 stars!
Dine College is an excellent institution for the Dine (Navajo) tribe. Part of their enrollment requirement for their Navajo students is taking an assessment to determine how much of language we are able to speak and understand, and also traditional Native knowledge - such as our origin stories and teachings. Based on this assessment they place you in courses where you can learn more about our Native traditions and language from well-educated Navajo instructors. They have campuses in Tsaile, Window Rock, Shiprock, Chinle, Kayenta, and Tuba City (the campus I attend).