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This page contains links to valuable information resources for current and future students.

Student Success Scorecard

The Student Success Scorecard is developed by the California Community College Chancellor's Office and provides important comparison information for prospective students.

Gainful Employment Information

The US Department of Education requires community colleges to disclose information regarding Gainful Employment for certificate-base programs of study.

At Mendocino College, this information is disclosed on the same page with the program curriculum. Go to Certificate Programs for a list of Career and Technical Education certificate programs offered at Mendocino College.

LVN/RN Program Pass Rates

The Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS 5) is a required preadmission component for the 2 year RN program, LVN to RN Bridge and for advanced standing applications.
Applicants must achieve 62 Composite Minimum Score, Teas Test Version 5 to be eligible for admission.

CATEGORY 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-12 2012-2013 2013-2014    
Number attempting exam 15 28 20 19 19
Percent who passed on 1st attempt 93.3% 96.43% 95% 94.74% 100%

For comparative information regarding pass rates, please go to: 

EMT/Paramedic Program Pass Rates

Students completing the EMT/Paramedic program at Mendocino College are required to take the certification examination administered  by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians.  It has currently been suspended.  The following table summarizes the results for recent graduates of the program.

CATEGORY 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-12 2012-2013 2013-2014
Number attempting exam 7 0 0 0 0
Percent who passed on 1st attempt 86%        

For comparative information regarding pass rates go to:

To find out more information about a topic in the left column, click on the link under "Office Link" in the right column of the table, corresponding to the topic.

Being an informed student:
Navigating Admissions, Enrollment and Transfer


School policies on transfer of credit,including the criteria in use regarding the transfer of credit earned at another school and a list of schools with which Mendocino College has established an articulation agreement.

Degrees, Programs and Courses
Textbook Information
FERPA: Protecting your personal information
Services for Veterans  
Student Health Resources
Student Rights and Responsibilities

Student Learning Outcomes: What to expect as a graduate of Mendocino College

Plagiarism, Cheating and other Academic Dishonesty
Campus Security and and emergency response procedures


 Financing Your College Education

Financial Assistance Information
Who to contact for information on student financial assistance

The cost of attending Mendocino College. This includes the costs of tuition and fees, books and supplies, room and board, transportation costs and any additional costs.

Need-based and non-need based Federal financial aid available to students

Terms and conditions under which students receive FFEL, Direct Loans and Perkins Loans

How to apply for financial aid and how eligibility is determined
How Mendocino College distributes aid among students ("packaging policy")
The rights and responsibilities of students receiving aid
How and when financial aid is distributed
Financial aid and Work Study
Important information about student loans
Satisfactory Academic Progress and maintaining aid eligibility
Repayment of funds if you withdraw from Mendocino College
How students receiving federal education loans may obtain deferred repayment

 Become a more informed student

President's Office
President's Office
Institutional Research
Institutional Research/ARCC Report
California Community College Chancellor's Office (CCCCO) SRTK Data
Institutional Research
Human Resources
Facilities and services available to students with disabilities Disability Resource Center
Athletics Office

 Become a Better Citizen

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President's Office

Created: February 03, 2011 @ 02:39 PM
Last Modified: December 19, 2014 @ 01:51 PM


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