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 same time frame last year. The high enrollment comes at a time when the college was forced to transfer classes and registration online due to the coronavirus. The school initiated a 50-percent reduction in tuition cost, a student loaner laptop program and more than 350 online course offerings. For more information, log onto dinecollege.edu.