UNIVERSITY

Mendocino College - Mendocino Coast Center

1211 Del Mar Dr, Fort Bragg, CA 95437 (707) 961-2200

Advance your academic progress this fall while enjoying the new facilities and lush landscape that surround Mendocino College. We offer a robust selection of classes for either the continuing, returning or new student. Take advantage of our numerous online offerings or come to campus and enjoy the beautiful fall colors, temperate weather, free parking, small class sizes, and outstanding faculty and staff.

The Mendocino-Lake Community College District was formed in September 1972 by vote of the citizens of the Anderson Valley, Laytonville, Potter Valley, Round Valley, Ukiah, and Willits Unified School Districts. Planning for the development of the initial offerings of the College occurred in the Spring of 1973, with the first classes offered in July 1973.

Expansion of the District to include the Lake County Districts of Upper Lake, Kelseyville, and Lakeport occurred by vote of the citizens on November 5, 1974. The new District boundaries, established in July 1975, encompass 3,200 square miles of service area. In 1981 the name of the District became Mendocino-Lake Community College District to better reflect the geographical area being served.

Our new Library/Learning Center at the main campus in Ukiah opened its doors to students in time for fall classes in August, 2012. Designed and constructed at a cost of $28 million, the Library/Learning Center was built as a result of community support through Measure W. The building includes a spacious library with an extraordinary view, a learning center, the Math Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) program, a disabled resource center and a new language lab, all equipped with the latest technology.

The grand opening in spring of 2013 of the $15 million Mendocino College Lake Center located on 31 acres at 2565 Parallel Drive was followed up by the North County Center opening in the fall of 2013 located at 372 East Commercial Street in Willits. Both centers provide new and exceptional facilities and enhanced educational opportunities for the residents of our region.

Admissions and Records

The Office of Admissions and Records at Mendocino College is dedicated to serving prospective, current, and former students in facilitating matriculation from college admittance through graduation, and to maintain accurate academic records. We strive to be professional, responsive, respectful and friendly to our diverse college community.


The Office of Admissions and Records at Mendocino College is dedicated to serving prospective, current, and former students in facilitating matriculation from college admittance through graduation, and to maintain accurate academic records. We strive to be professional, responsive, respectful and friendly to our diverse college community.

The Ukiah Campus Office of Admissions and Records hours are as follows:

  • Monday-Thursday: 8am-5pm
  • Friday: 8am-Noon​

​Extended Registration Hours:

  • Week of August 21st: Monday-Thursday, 8am-6pm; Friday, 8am-5pm
  • Week of August 28th: Monday-Thursday, 8am-6pm; Friday, 8am-5pm
  • September 22nd , Last Day to Opt for Pass/No Pass Grading : 8am-5pm
  • November 17th , Last Day to Withdraw From Semester Length Class : 8am-5pm

​Holiday and Other Closures:

  • District Inservice: August 18th, Closed 8am-1pm
  • Labor Day Holiday: September 4th
  • Mandatory Staff Inservice: October 12th
  • Veterans Day Holiday: November 10th
  • Thanksgiving Holiday: November 23rd-24th

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The awarding of an Associate Degree represents more than an accumulation of units. It symbolizes a thoughtful attempt on the part of Mendocino College to meet the Institutional Student Learning Outcomes (ISLOs) and to introduce students to patterns of learning experiences designed to develop specific capabilities and insights.

Mendocino College embraces the philosophy and criteria for General Education as articulataed in Title 5 section 55061. The College acknowledges that a general education is "designed to introduce students to the variety of means through which people comprehend the modern world," and that a general education "reflects the conviction of colleges that those who receive their degrees must possess in common certain basic principles, concepts and methodologies both unique to and shared by the various disciplines."

The Institutional Student Learning Outcomes for Mendocino College are based on the General Education requirements and support the idea that a general education should equip students with knowledge that they can use "when evaluating and appreciating the physical environment, the culture and the society in which they live."

Student Services

Mendocino College recognizes that learning happens inside and outside of the classroom. In support of this, Student Services offers many programs and activities that have been established to assist students with achieving their personal and academic goals.

Since we believe that engaged students are happy, well-rounded and successful students, we encourage them to explore their interests, participate in extra-curricular activities, and connect with support programs and resources to ensure their success.

Our students come from diverse backgrounds, ages, and lifestyles. While their diversity makes them unique, they also share common struggles that include financial and/or physical challenges as well as differences in learning styles, which may make attending college difficult.

W e encourage you to contact our office for more information regarding the individual programs and services we offer. The staff in Student Services are available and eager to serve you. Come visit us and let us know how we can be of help to you!

Campus Life

Mendocino College has a vibrant student life, with a number of organizations, clubs, activities, events and fun things to do! Studies have shown that students who are active in campus activities actually succeed more academically. Check out some of the interesting and fun things Mendocino College Student Life has to offer you.

Clubs & Organizations

American Indian Association Auto Tech Club Ceramics Club Chemistry Club CDV Parent's Club Culinary Club Dance Club Fellowship of Christian Athletes Club Fencing Club Horticulture Club Latino Club MESA Club Phi Theta Kappa Club (PTK) Physics Club Recording Arts and Technology Club Registered Nursing Club Soccer Club Sustainable Technology Club Textile Club

 

 

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