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 social distancing. Plus, he said, plexiglass has been installed in offices and classrooms to ward of transmission of COVID-19. The school invested nearly six-and-a-half-million dollars to upgrade technology for the school with Zoom studios and a laptop loaner program. The school will have a cap on class size based on square feet, but not to exceed ten students and only essential classes will be face-to-face. Hand-washing stations will also be provided throughout the six campuses of the college. For more information, or the register for classes, log onto dinecollege.edu.