Navajo Technical University’s mission is to provide university readiness programs, certificates, associate, baccalaureate, and graduate degrees. Students, faculty, and staff will provide value to the Diné community through research, community engagement, service learning, and activities designed to foster cultural and environmental preservation and sustainable economic development. The University is committed to a high quality, student-oriented, hands-on-learning environment based on the Diné cultural principles: Nitsáhákees, Nahátá, Īína, Siihasin.
The vision of Navajo Technical University is to educate Navajo individuals; utilize state-of-the-art technology; and to enhance desirable character traits of integrity, self-discipline, loyalty, and respect, which give the Navajo people hope, courage, and the resiliency essential to their survival as a people, using the strengths inherent in the Navajo cultural values and traditions.
The philosophy of Navajo Technical University is Nitsáhákees, Nahátá, Īína, Siihasin. Navajo Technical University believes that every student has the innate ability and intelligence to acquire academic and technical skills. Students have knowledge about their abilities and skills to enhance their personal, social, economic and cultural values. A disciplined learning environment, with innovative and viable community-based academic and vocational curricula, will produce a competent, educated, and self-reliant participant of the Navajo Nation in the world of work.
Registration for the Spring 2017 Semester will still be open but will come with an additional late fee.
This will be the last day for students to add or remove classes from their schedule without receiving a "W".
In observance of the holiday, NTU campuses will be closed and will resume normal operations on Tuesday, February 21st
The Pete V. Domenici Library is conveniently located on the NTU campus.