Dine Student Population

Total 1,369 students are enrolled in Dine College (all undergraduate). Among them, 1,241 students are enrolled in online degree/certificate programs. 89 faculties are working for Dine College and student to faculty ratio is 15.38 to 1.

  • Total Student Population: 1,369
  • Undergraduate: 1,369
  • Online Students: 1,241

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Population By Gender/Attending Status

For academic year 2019-2020, total 1,369 students enrolled into Dine College. All students are enrolled in undergraduate programs. By attending status. there are 706 full-time and 663 part-time students. By gender, 381 male and 988 female students are attending at Dine College. Next table summarizes the student population by gender and attending status for Dine College.
Student Population By Gender
Dine College
TotalMaleFemale
Undergraduate1,369381988
Student Population By Attending Status
Dine College
TotalFull-timePart-time
Total1,369706663
Undergraduate1,369706663

Population by Race/Ethnicity

Dine College is a tribal school and 1,339 (97.81% of total students) students are American Indian/native American at Dine College. There are 16 White (1.17%), 1 Black/African American (0.07%), 7 Hispanic (0.51%), and 6 students with other races.
Student Population By Race/ethnicity at Dine College
TotalMaleFemale
Total1,369381988
American Indian/Native American1,339367972
Asian000
Black/African American110
Hispanic752
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander000
White16511
Two More110
Un-Known000

Online Student Population

Dine College offers the distance learning opportunities (online degree program and/or courses). 1,067 students (70.24% of total students) are enrolled some online courses. Next table summarizes the online student population for Dine College.
Distance Learning Student Population at Dine College
TotalEnrolled ExclusivelyEnrolled Some CoursesNot In Online Courses
Number of Students1,51901,067452

Population by Student Age

The following table summarizes the students population by age at Dine College. 440 students are aged 20 to 24 (28.97% of total students), 309 students are aged below 20 (20.34%), 88 students are aged above 50 (5.79%). Next table summarizes the student population by age at Dine College.
Student Population By Age at Dine College
TotalMaleFemale
Total1,5194901,029
Under 18441331
Age 18-1926598167
Age 20-2122083137
Age 22-2422076144
Age 25-2924384159
Age 30-3418541144
Age 35-391224181
Age 40-4913232100
Age 50-64802258
Over 64808

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All data used in our site is from IPEDS (The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System), U.S. Department of Education, academic year 2019-2020