Mendocino College Releases Spring 2016 Courses

January 7, 2016

Mendocino College has a full selection of community college classes set for the spring semester, beginning on Monday, January 25, 2016. Registration is happening online at or by visiting any one of our four locations.

"We’ve scheduled a diverse offering of classes in various formats throughout the week including many Saturday courses to meet different student needs in all of the communities we serve," says Dean of Instruction, Debra Polak. Registering soon for the spring semester is advised to help guarantee placement.

Already enrolled students can register for classes using WebAdvisor, which can be found by visiting  New students can enroll online at For additional assistance, call the office of Admissions and Records at 707.468.3101.

Mendocino College offers coursework at four locations throughout the year.  The Ukiah Campus offers the largest list of course offerings.  An extensive list of classes are also offered at The Mendocino College Lake and North County Centers.  The Mendocino College Coast Center is also offering many courses this spring, growing from Fall 2015.

"One of the items we find most important to students today is a vast array of choices for scheduling that meets their needs," says Polak. "In working with our academic counselors, students can set a course schedule that allows them to meet other important family or employment commitments without missing the chance to attend college classes.”

Mendocino College offers classes designed to meet the needs of university transfer students and those interested in job skill improvement, personal enrichment and lifelong learning. Classes offered every day of the week cover the traditional range of general education college degree topics.
Students interested in Mendocino College classes in all locations, including Willits, Lakeport and Fort Bragg, should consult the printed college schedule or listings on the college webpage for details.  The printed schedule is available in multiple locations at each center.

For nearly all students, community college costs are very affordable.  Mendocino College unit fees are just $46 per unit.  In addition, more than half the students who attend Mendocino College qualify for some form of financial aid. Many meet the guidelines that eliminate the unit fees and others receive grants to cover college costs.

For more information about upcoming Mendocino College classes, or to make a counseling appointment, please consult the college’s Spring 2016 schedule recently mailed to local households, the Mendocino College website at or visit or call any of our Mendocino College Centers.