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Navajo Technical University
Lowerpoint Road, State Hwy 371
Crownpoint NM 87313

Phone: 505.786.4100
Fax: 505.786.5644

 

Chinle Instructional Site
PO Box 849, Chinle AZ, 86503
Phone: 928.674.5764
Fax: 928.674.5700

 

Teec Nos Pos Instructional Site
PO Box 1203, Teec Nos Pos, AZ 86514
Phone: 928.656.3600
Fax: 928.656.3596

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General Admissions
The following documents must be received in the Admission's Office. There are additional requirements for all Bachelor Degree Programs and the following programs: Commercial Driver License (CDL), Registered Nursing (RN), and Veterinary. International Students have their own admissions requirements.

  1. A completed and signed NTU Application for Admission.
  2. A Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB) or an official record of enrollment that indicates membership with a federally recognized Indian Tribe for all Native American students.
  3. An Official high school transcript or an Official General Education Development (GED):
    • Official high school transcripts should indicate graduation date and a "passing" result from the state competency exam. Students, who do not have an official high school transcript to indicate completion, will be required to submit a notarized Verification of Completion from the school district attended.
      An applicant who has not pass the state competency exams or receive an official high school diploma will be referred to an Admission Interview Committee.
      Note: Students who do not have high school documentation are not eligible for federal student aid. These students are responsible for payments of tuition and fees.
    • GED results require a passing score of 45 or higher in all subject areas.
  4. Official college transcripts from each college attended
  5. Copy of Social Security Card — verification of legal name and SSN number
  6. Copy of DD214 if a Military Veteran to verify status

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VA Educational Benefits
Navajo Technical University supports our Veterans who served by providing certificate and degree programs. Veterans considering applying for GI Bill benefits should go online: gibill.va.gov to access the Veterans On-Line Application (VONAPP) website to complete their VA form 22-1990. The NTU Financial Aid Officer will then certify those courses that are on the certificate or degree plan. Any questions regarding education benefits should be addressed to the call center at 1-800-983-0937. The Navajo Technical University Veteran’s certifying official is located in the Financial Aid Office, 505.786.4183.

 

 

Accuplacer Testing
All new students are required to take the Accuplacer Placement Test to place students in the appropriate Math and English courses. Transfer students who have successfully completed a college level English and Math with a C or better at another institution (as recorded on an official transcript) will not have to take the test if the course was completed within 10 years of the admission date on the application. The advisor and academic counselor provide Accuplacer placement test interpretation for appropriate placement in Math and English courses.
Contact numbers:
Crownpoint: 505.786.4340 or 505.786.4337
Chinle: 928.674.3797 or 928.674.5765

NOTE:  Students who place lower on the Accuplacer placement test than the English or Math courses required by the program requirements for the certificate or degree they are seeking will be required to take additional English or Math courses. EXAMPLE: a student whose accuplacer score places them in ENG-098 will have to satisfactorily complete ENG-098 (a grade of C or better) before they can take the higher level required English course(s) for their certificate or degree.

 

Career Assessment
New students will be given a career assessment to help determine if they have selected a field of study appropriate to their interests and skills. Students who are changing majors will also be required to take the assessment and obtain approval by the Career Counselor or his/her designee.

 

Program Admission Requirements

 

Denial or Cancellation of Admission
NTU reserves the right to deny or cancel the admission and/or registration of any student who has an outstanding debt at NTU. Any person found to have knowingly and willfully made false statements, furnished any false information, and/or concealed any material information will be subject to expulsion. NTU will not tolerate any such activity and will conduct a thorough internal investigation.

 

Appeal Procedure
Any student denied admission may submit a written appeal letter to the Registrar within 30 days of issuance of the notice of admission denial. The appeal letter shall detail the circumstances justifying reconsideration for admission. The student shall also submit supporting documentation that substantiates the appeal. The Registrar will then schedule a meeting with the applicant and the Dean of Student Services within 5 business days of receiving the appeal. The applicant will be notified of the appeals decision by mail within 10 business days of the meeting.

 

Re-Admission
Students who have not attended Navajo Technical University for two consecutive semesters must reapply for admission. The student is responsible for providing all the admissions documents and will be required to retake the placement test if the Math and English requirement have not been met.

Students who were previously dismissed from NTU due to unsatisfactory academic performance (Academic Suspension), policy violations, or unacceptable behavior must submit a written request for readmission to the Registrar’s Office. All requests will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

  • Students with a previous history of substance abuse will be referred automatically to the Counseling Department for evaluation and recommendation of readmission.
  • Students on academic probation will be referred to the academic counselor to be placed on an academic contract. Students on academic suspension must submit a request for readmission to the Registrar’s Office and upon approval will be referred to the academic counselor and placed on an academic contract.
  • All outstanding debts to the college have to be satisfied in order for a former student to be re-admitted. Students who have an outstanding account will be referred to the Business Office (student billing) to resolve their outstanding debt.
  • No official college transcript(s) will be released to all requesting parties, for a student who has an outstanding debt to the college.

Navajo Technical University maintains an open admissions policy. Navajo Technical University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender, age, or disability. The university complies with applicable provisions of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; Section 402 of the Vietnam Era veterans Readjust Act of 1975; the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, as amended; the Higher Education Opportunity Act, as amended; and the Navajo Preference in Employment Act. Equal opportunity for employment and admission is extended to all persons in accordance with Navajo Nation and applicable federal law.

 

 

General Admissions
The following documents must be received in the Admission's Office. There are additional requirements for all Bachelor Degree Programs and the following programs: Commercial Driver License (CDL), Registered Nursing (RN), and Veterinary. International Students have their own admissions requirements.

  1. A completed and signed NTU Application for Admission.
  2. A Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB) or an official record of enrollment that indicates membership with a federally recognized Indian Tribe for all Native American students.
  3. An Official high school transcript or an Official General Education Development (GED):
    • Official high school transcripts should indicate graduation date and a "passing" result from the state competency exam. Students, who do not have an official high school transcript to indicate completion, will be required to submit a notarized Verification of Completion from the school district attended.
      An applicant who has not pass the state competency exams or receive an official high school diploma will be referred to an Admission Interview Committee.
      Note: Students who do not have high school documentation are not eligible for federal student aid. These students are responsible for payments of tuition and fees.
    • GED results require a passing score of 45 or higher in all subject areas.
  4. Official college transcripts from each college attended
  5. Copy of Social Security Card — verification of legal name and SSN number
  6. Copy of DD214 if a Military Veteran to verify status

 

New Student Checklist Undergraduate Application CDL Application Packet Apply Online Tuition + Fees Course Schedules Degree Programs

 

2BannerAd 728 x 90px

 

VA Educational Benefits
Navajo Technical University supports our Veterans who served by providing certificate and degree programs. Veterans considering applying for GI Bill benefits should go online: gibill.va.gov to access the Veterans On-Line Application (VONAPP) website to complete their VA form 22-1990. The NTU Financial Aid Officer will then certify those courses that are on the certificate or degree plan. Any questions regarding education benefits should be addressed to the call center at 1-800-983-0937. The Navajo Technical University Veteran’s certifying official is located in the Financial Aid Office, 505.786.4183.

 

 

Accuplacer Testing
All new students are required to take the Accuplacer Placement Test to place students in the appropriate Math and English courses. Transfer students who have successfully completed a college level English and Math with a C or better at another institution (as recorded on an official transcript) will not have to take the test if the course was completed within 10 years of the admission date on the application. The advisor and academic counselor provide Accuplacer placement test interpretation for appropriate placement in Math and English courses. Contact numbers: Crownpoint: (505) 786-4340 and 4337, Chinle: (928) 674-3797 or 5765.

NOTE: Students who place lower on the Accuplacer placement test than the English or Math courses required by the program requirements for the certificate or degree they are seeking will be required to take additional English or Math courses. EXAMPLE: a student whose accuplacer score places them in ENG098 will have to satisfactorily complete ENG098 (a grade of C or better) before they can take the higher level required English course(s) for their certificate or degree.

 

Career Assessment
New students will be given a career assessment to help determine if they have selected a field of study appropriate to their interests and skills. Students who are changing majors will also be required to take the assessment and obtain approval by the Career Counselor or his/her designee.

 

Program Admission Requirements

 

Denial or Cancellation of Admission
NTU reserves the right to deny or cancel the admission and/or registration of any student who has an outstanding debt at NTU. Any person found to have knowingly and willfully made false statements, furnished any false information, and/or concealed any material information will be subject to expulsion. NTU will not tolerate any such activity and will conduct a thorough internal investigation.

 

Appeal Procedure
Any student denied admission may submit a written appeal letter to the Registrar within 30 days of issuance of the notice of admission denial. The appeal letter shall detail the circumstances justifying reconsideration for admission. The student shall also submit supporting documentation that substantiates the appeal. The Registrar will then schedule a meeting with the applicant and the Dean of Student Services within 5 business days of receiving the appeal. The applicant will be notified of the appeals decision by mail within 10 business days of the meeting.

 

Re-Admission
Students who have not attended Navajo Technical University for two consecutive semesters must reapply for admission. The student is responsible for providing all the admissions documents and will be required to retake the placement test if the Math and English requirement have not been met.

Students who were previously dismissed from NTU due to unsatisfactory academic performance (Academic Suspension), policy violations, or unacceptable behavior must submit a written request for readmission to the Registrar’s Office. All requests will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

  • Students with a previous history of substance abuse will be referred automatically to the Counseling Department for evaluation and recommendation of readmission.
  • Students on academic probation will be referred to the academic counselor to be placed on an academic contract. Students on academic suspension must submit a request for readmission to the Registrar’s Office and upon approval will be referred to the academic counselor and placed on an academic contract.
  • All outstanding debts to the college have to be satisfied in order for a former student to be re-admitted. Students who have an outstanding account will be referred to the Business Office (student billing) to resolve their outstanding debt.
  • No official college transcript(s) will be released to all requesting parties, for a student who has an outstanding debt to the college.

Navajo Technical University maintains an open admissions policy. Navajo Technical University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender, age, or disability. The university complies with applicable provisions of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; Section 402 of the Vietnam Era veterans Readjust Act of 1975; the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, as amended; the Higher Education Opportunity Act, as amended; and the Navajo Preference in Employment Act. Equal opportunity for employment and admission is extended to all persons in accordance with Navajo Nation and applicable federal law.

Contact NTU

Navajo Technical University
Lowerpoint Road, State Hwy 371
Crownpoint, NM 87313

Phone: 505.786.4100
Fax: 505.786.5644


Chinle Instructional Site
PO Box 849, Chinle, AZ 86503

Phone: 928.674.5764
Fax: 928.674.5700


Teec Nos Pos Instructional Site
PO Box 1203, Teec Nos Pos, AZ 86514

Phone: 928.656.3600
Fax: 928.656.3596