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Diné College and ASU Partner to Offer Transfer Pathways with MyPath2ASU™ Collaboration

Partnership Overview

The newly established Universal Articulation agreement between Arizona State University and Diné College reaffirms the combined commitment to support academic preparedness and seamless transfer through academic alignment, term-to-term persistence and transfer outcome strategies. Through MyPath2ASU™ students are able to take the steps needed to successfully plan their transfer to ASU while working towards their degree at Diné College. 

The Diné College MyPath2ASU™ transfer experience is available to students and staff that support them. Diverse MyPath2ASU™ degree options can be tailored based on the needs of Diné College (within ASU degree requirements).

Diné College MyPath2ASU™ transfer experience benefits

  • End-to-end learner navigation through course-by-course guided pathways.

  • Ensure course applicability by assisting students with taking courses that apply to their associate and ASU bachelor’s degree.

  • Guaranteed general admission to ASU and admission into MyPath2ASU™ major choice if all requirements are satisfied* Some majors have additional or higher admission requirements.

  • More than 400 course-by- course guided pathways into immersion and online ASU degree programs.

  • Self-service, degree progress tracking through My Transfer Guide to minimize loss of credit.

  • Connected experience through personalized ASU communications to prepare academically and build a connection to ASU.

About Diné College

Diné College is the first tribally controlled institution in the United States. Established in 1968 as Navajo Community College, it was renamed Diné College in 1997. Located on the Navajo Nation, Diné College serves a predominantly Navajo student population (92%). Diné College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission as a four-year institution. The College offers 20 bachelor degrees, 16 associate degrees, and 6 certificate programs. Diné College’s main campus is located in Tsaile, Arizona. Campuses in Window Rock, Chinle, and Tuba City serve Arizona residents, while the Shiprock and Crownpoint sites serves New Mexico residents. Diné College also added two new microsites in Newcomb, New Mexico and Aneth, Utah. The school participates in athletic competitions in rodeo, archery and cross-country. The College is governed by an eight-member Board of Regents.

Diné College MyPath2ASU™ degree spotlight

Health Sciences, BS, College of Health Solutions

The BS program in health sciences provides students with the academic knowledge and skills that allow them to move directly into a range of employment opportunities within the health field or to continue their education in discipline-specific programs.

Students choose a track focus in either community-based health outcomes; health legislation and regulation; integrated care; or language, speech and communication.

A limited number of students each year may apply to pursue the echocardiography certificate through Mayo Clinic. Once the certificate is successfully completed, students may transfer the credits to Arizona State University and those credits may be applied toward completion of the Bachelor of Science in health sciences. Students interested in this option should seek advising before starting this track.

View Diné Community College MyPath2ASU™ Health Sciences, BS

Locations of study:

Downtown Phoenix, Polytechnic, Online, West