Dine College Hosts A One-Day Virtual Conference On Emerging Infection And Tribal Communities

Dine College is hosting a virtual conference Friday on “Emerging Infection & Tribal Communities.” The conference is a one-day event in which will host scientists from across North America.  They will discuss the challenges, the latest scientific, clinical and social sciences information and strategies to be looked at for future emerging infections. The virtual conference […]

Former Navajo Nation President Thomas Atcitty Passes Away At Age 86

The Navajo Nation announced Wednesday that former Navajo President Thomas Atcitty has passed away.  Atcitty served as the Vice President of the Navajo Nation from 1995 to 1998, and as President from February 1998 to July 1998. Prior to serving the Navajo Nation, he served seven terms as a member of the New Mexico House […]

Dine College Announces Larger Than Expected Enrollment For Fall Semester

Dine College on the Navajo Nation, announced a larger than expected Fall semester enrollment Tuesday. Officials say nearly 14-hundred students have enrolled for classes, with is a high amount considering the COVID-19 outbreak on the reservation this year. The college reported 1,348 students enrolled as of Monday, which is just 50 students short of the […]

Dine College Is Offering A Tuition Discount For The Fall Semester

Dine College wants students to go back to college for the fall semester and work on getting their degree. The college is offering a 50-percent tuition discount for new, returning, continuing and transferring students who enroll for the fall 2020 semester. The college is offering most of their 358 courses online for the fall semester, […]

Dine College Offering Most Of Fall Courses Online Due To The Pandemic

Dine College, on the Navajo Nation, is offering most of their 358 courses online for the fall semester, which begins August 17th. However, students will be able to return to campus and take classes in person if they wish. College President Charles Roessel says students can expect a much safer campus, with new signage encouraging […]