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California Community College Fast Facts 2014 in pdf.

Name Mendocino-Lake Community College District (MLCCD)

Type Public two-year community college

Governance Board of Trustees
Number of Trustees - 7
Term - 4 years
Elections - Odd-numbered years and staggered in two-year increments

The District
Approx. 3,200 square miles of Mendocino and Lake Counties, with 150,000 population.

Campus
Ukiah (127 Acres), 1000 Hensley Creek Road, Ukiah, CA 95482
Tel: (707) 468-3000

Centers

  • Lake Center (10,000 sq. ft), 2565 Parallel  Drive, Lakeport, CA 95453 (707) 263-4944
  • NORTH COUNTY CENTER: 372 E. Commercial Street, Willits, CA 95490 (707) 459-6224
  • Pt. Arena Research Station (15 acres, 7,200 sq. ft.)


Our Mission
Mendocino College partners with a dynamic community of diverse students to help them achieve their educational goals.  Informed by research, reflection and dialogue, the College offers programs in Basic Skills, Transfer Preparation and Career and Technical Education as well as Workforce Improvement.  The College demonstrates its commitment to student success through high-quality and innovative instruction, providing individual attention to student needs in an inclusive and accessible learning environment. Mendocino College embraces its role as an intellectual, economic and cultural anchor for the region.


Our Vision

Mendocino College faculty, staff and students inspire each other to engage in quality educational experiences to achieve student success.

Within this partnership, all members share a mutual accountability for student success. Faculty and staff serve as the catalyst for students actively engaged in the learning process; students accept their responsibility to define their goals and to work actively toward them.


STUDENTS

  • Enrollment - 3,775 students (Fall 2013 census)
  • Full-time - 1,295 (12+ units)
  • Part-time - 2,273
  • Non-Credit only: 207
  • Female - 59.3%, Male - 40.7%
  • Average Age - 31

Ethnicity:

  • American Indian/Alaskan Native 4.95%
  • Asian 3.08%
  • Black/Non-Hispanic 3.79%
  • Hispanic 28.26%
  • White, Non-Hispanic 58.6%
  • Native Hawaiian/Pacific Island 0.45%
  • Multi-Ethnicity .11%
  • Unknown/No Response .77%

Enrollment Status: 

  • First-Time - 679 (18%)
  • First-Time Transfer - 129 (3.42%) 
  • Returning - 694 (18.38%)    
  • Continuing - 1,978 (52.4%)      
  • K-12 - 295 (8%)

Spring 2013
 

Retention Rate:  88.8% (% of students who complete a course they  enrolled in)      
Success Rate:
  73.6%  (% of students who passed)


Degrees and Certificates Awarded - 2012-2013

AA & AS Degrees - 314

  • Certificates of Achievement- 13

More than 200,000 students have enrolled at Mendocino College since our founding in 1973 through Spring 2013 semester.

About 60% of MC students qualify for financial aid.

PROGRAMS


FUNDING & COSTS

Funding Per Full-time Student per Year, 2012-2013 (Source: LAO, Actual Budget)

  • University of California........................... $21,295
  • Cal State ..............................................$11,879
  • CA Community Colleges...........................$5,671


Annual Full-time Student Tuition Cost Per Year, 2011-2012 (2 full-time semesters; does not include local fees, room and board)

(Source: CPEC)

  • Private..................................................... $29,056
  • Private Technical/Trade............................... $7,635
  • University of California............................... $12,192
  • California State University........................... $5,472
  • California Community Colleges..................... $1,080

FACULTY & STAFF

  • Faculty: Full-time - 51, Adjunct - 233
  • Classified - 80
  • Management - 20

Created: December 22, 2004 @ 12:00 AM
Last Modified: February 06, 2014 @ 03:10 PM

 





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