Mendocino Lake Community College District
Campus and Centers
You can access maps of each location and room locations here: Building and Campus Maps
In 1977, College Trustees purchased 127 acres of the old Yokayo sheep ranch as a permanent campus. Ground was broken on October 21, 1983. Classes began on the new campus in the summer of 1985. The beautiful campus, set in the rolling hills of Northern California, offers state-of-the art facilities including a new Library Learning Center, Center for Visual and Performing Arts, Science Complex, Physical Education Complex, Child Development Lab, Vocational/Technical Building, Agricultural Headhouse and Gardens, as well as classrooms, a cafe, and grounds.
Ukiah Campus Air Quality
Mendocino College Lake Center is one of three centers in the Mendocino Lake Community College District (CCD). Other centers are located in Willits and Ft. Bragg, with the main campus in Ukiah. The goal of all Centers is to be able to provide classes, services, and access for students in remote parts of the Mendocino Lake (CCD). To this end, the Lake Center offers Fall, Spring, and Summer classes, admissions and registration assistance, academic counseling, financial aid, EOPS, CalWORKs, and other support services.
The Lake Center provides a friendly and accessible atmosphere for new or returning college students. Our faculty and office staff offer continuing education and support services that lead to college degrees, certificates, improved job skills, transfers to other colleges and universities, and personal enrichment. It's never too soon (or too late!) to start thinking about what higher education can do for you. Please join us at the Mendocino College Lake Center. For information and/or assistance, call or stop by the Lake Center.
The Mendocino College North County Center offers a small but healthy selection of community college classes, programs, and services to the rural communities of inland Mendocino County. From our central location in beautiful downtown Willits, our faculty and staff serve the communities of Willits, Laytonville, Round Valley, and Anderson Valley. Like other educators, we at the North County Center believe that higher education at our community college can open many new doors and provide a basis for students to realize their dreams.
Mendocino College Coast Center is the newest location to be added to the Mendocino Lake Community College District (CCD). The beautiful Coast Center campus provides a friendly and accessible atmosphere for new and returning college students. Our faculty and staff offer continuing education and support services that lead to college degrees, certificates, improved job skills, transfers to other colleges and universities, and personal enrichment. It's never too soon (or too late!) to start thinking about what high education can do for you. For information and/or assistance, please call or stop by the Coast Center.