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Dine College

  • In Colorado, more than 160 new state laws took effect on Tuesday; Diné College has increased the minimum wage to $15 an hour for more than two thirds of its employees.
  • Some Colorado state lawmakers are advancing plans to build an iron fence around the state Capitol building despite concerns from former lawmakers about the message it would send; Diné College is the first tribal college to grant faculty status to their librarians.
  • Colorado Senator John Hickenlooper says he tested positive for COVID-19 after experiencing mild symptoms; Colorado state lawmakers met Thursday to discuss how to spend hundreds of millions of federal coronavirus relief dollars on housing assistance programs; Students at Dine College have an opportunity to get free spring semester tuition this academic year.
  • The Willow Fire burning in the San Juan National Forest is currently at fifty percent containment; Dine College has announced that it will offer a new Native American Studies Minor starting this fall.
  • Enrollment is up by 4% at Fort Lewis College even as higher education nationwide reports enrollment declining during the pandemic. In late August, Diné…
  • Diné College plans to offer most of its courses online this fall during the coronavirus pandemic.Colorado Gov. Jared Polis says he does not plan to issue…
  • As Colorado state lawmakers prepare to return to Denver for another session, Gov. Jared Polis is sharing his top priorities for the year ahead.Polis says…