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Community college in Navajo Nation gets top grade


Community college in Navajo Nation gets top grade: [] Jill Gonzalez with WalletHub said the Arizona school’s in-state tuition of $725 dollars per year is the lowest in the country, putting students on solid ground when they finish school.

“Not only were they number one in terms of cost and financing and affordability, but they were also number one in terms of career outcomes, which means students are graduating with great jobs and they’re leaving with no student debt whatsoever,” Gonzalez said.

Gonzalez said Dine also makes sure that students don’t get lost in the crowd.

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