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Our faculty and staff are eager to serve you. You’ll be in small classes with faculty that know your name and who are interested in your success. NTU offers a variety of courses, programs and services to meet your individual needs. Whether you plan to transfer after two years, complete a certificate or degree that will immediately prepare you to join the work force, or just take a couple of classes to brush up on specific skills, Navajo Technical University can help you meet your goals.
Navajo Technical University has an open-door policy for admission. Our General Catalog will be one of the most important publications in your college career. It provides the course content and related policies that will guide you toward your educational endeavors. Your attendance and participation in all your classes is of utmost importance toward your learning process and accomplishments.
Students, when you have a moment, please come to the admissions and registration office to update your information.
On October 30th the Financial Aid Office in Crownpoint and Chinle will be closed for Staff Training. It will reopen on the 31st.
What is General Obligation Bond C?
If approved by voters, GOB C will fund capital improvements of classrooms, labs and
learning spaces at New Mexico’s universities. It will provide $2 million ($2,000.000)
for a capital outlay project for Navajo Technical University.
How will NTU use the Bond C funds?
Two million will go toward completing Phase III of the Wellness
Center to include classrooms, laboratories, offices and a theater space.
Why is Phase III of the Wellness Center important?
Navajo Technical University is experiencing continuous enrollment increases and
the campus is in need of additional classroom and laboratory space. Additionally
a theatre space will allow for large classroom and group sessions. The Student
Senate office will also have meeting space in the proposed section in Phase III of the
WHEN YOU CAN VOTE:
October 7 – November 4 – Absentee voting ends at 4 p.m. on November 4
October 18 – November 1 – Early in-person voting
November 4 – Election Day
Find voting locations at polling.sks.com
10am - 1pm
Navajo Technical University extends a special invitation to Gallup McKinley County Schools, the Central Consolidated School District, the Chinle Unified School District, Grants/Cibola County Schools, and the Window Rock Unified School District.
The Pete V. Domenici Library is conveniently located on the NTU campus.