Event Archive

Past Events

  • Feb
    2
    6:005:45pm

    Mendocino College Symposium

    At Mendocino College part of our Mission is to be an, “intellectual, economic and cultural anchor for the region” and it is our responsibility and honor to act in a leading public role in the district. Many Americans today are standing up demanding change throughout the US and in our own communities.  This is not an easy time, but it is an important one.  Change is needed, open, honest discussions are needed, research and soul searching are needed. 

  • Feb
    1

    Mendocino College is proud to celebrate Black History Month. The following is a selection of available webinars that honor the African American experience.

  • Jan
    26
    10:009:45am

    Interview Tips & Tools to help students prepare for upcoming or future job interviews. Proper preparation helps to relieve stress and anxiety associated with job interviews. Join to gain a competitive edge and ace the interview! 

    For Zoom links and more information about upcoming workshops, please vist www.mendocino.edu/workshops

  • Jan
    19

    Join us for Passport to Learning happening online January 19th through the 22nd. This is a great way to learn about Student Support Services that will help you be successful at Mendocino College. Visit all these areas via their YouTube videos, then submit the survey to qualify for randomly drawn prizes. This link will take you directly to the Student Support videos. Enjoy!

  • Jan
    14
    6:307:30pm

    Attend an information session to learn more about how you can complete a bachelor's degree from Sonoma State University without leaving Lake County! This hybrid B.S. in Business Administration with a concentration in Management is AACSB-accredited and will be offered locally at the Lake Center of Mendocino College and the Lake County Campus of Woodland Community College. Please contact Nina Mendia at Sonoma State University at mendian@sonoma.edu for more details.

  • Nov
    16

    In preparation for the spring semester, we will be offering limited face-to-face services beginning next week at our Ukiah campus. Staff from our Financial Aid, Admissions & Records, EOPS, IT, and Counseling departments will be ready to assist you! Please see the scheduled hours attached. Our centers in Fort Bragg, Lakeport, and Willits will continue to be open on Mondays and Wednesdays from 11 am – 1 pm. For the most up to date hours of operation, please visit www.mendocino.edu/announcements.

  • Nov
    1
    6:00am5:45pm

    The month of November is considered Native American heritage month throughout the United States. Every year at this time, Mendocino College hosts various activities and events throughout the campus to celebrate native heritage. This year, due to COVID-19, and for the safety of our community, staff, and students, we are hosing events virtually. 

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