Welcome to Mendocino College!
We offer an affordable, quality education in your community. With a robust selection of classes online, at our campuses in Ukiah, Willits, Fort Bragg, and Lakeport, as well as classrooms in Anderson Valley and Round Valley, we are dedicated to meeting you where you are.
Our academic offerings are designed to support your goals. We offer dozens of Associate Degrees, Transfer Degrees, and Certificate programs. Whether you are looking to brush up your skills for the workforce, or transfer to a four-year university to complete your higher education, we have a path for you.
Student support is a cornerstone of the work we do, and we have a variety of programs available to support you along your academic journey.
We are proud to serve the diverse residents of Mendocino County, and design our programs to the unique needs of our community and beyond. Regardless of your goals, we are here to support you along the way. Follow these six steps to get started on your journey.
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In the spirit of community, we acknowledge that Mendocino-Lake Community College District encompasses the ancestral and present homeland of the indigenous nations of Mendocino and Lake Counties, including the Cahto, Concow, Nomlaki, Pomo, Pit River, Sinkyone, Wailacki, and Yuki. We recognize, honor, and respect these nations as the traditional stewards of the lands and water on which the District is now present. As a community we acknowledge this legacy.
We recognize that Mendocino College has benefited and continues to benefit from the use of this land. Consistent with our values we will work to strengthen our relationship with native peoples.
By offering this Land Acknowledgement, we recognize, support, and advocate for their sovereignty and will work to hold Mendocino-Lake College District more accountable to the educational needs of local first nations and indigenous people. We take this opportunity to acknowledge the land and our responsibility to the original people and tribal nations of Mendocino and Lake Counties.