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  • Jody Gehrman photo
    March 8, 2017

    Mendocino College Professor of Communications, local novelist, and playwright Jody Gehrman won the prestigious Ebell Playwrights grand prize this year for her latest full-length play, Tribal Life in America. She will travel to Southern California for a professional staged reading of the play and a celebratory supper at the historic Ebell Club of Los Angeles.

  • Paula Gray Thumbnail
    January 30, 2017

    The Mendocino College Art Gallery is proud to announce its new exhibit, eXplorations - Paula Gray: taking the X out of anxiety and other stories, which opens with a reception on Thursday, February 9th from 4-6pm. Paula Gray has taught visual arts at Mendocino College since 1986, both as an adjunct and full time professor. After retiring from full time teaching in 2014, she dove headlong into studio projects and has created an extensive and exciting new body of work.

  • Mendocino College Classified Senate's Annual Silent Auction and FUNRaiser
    November 22, 2016

    Mendocino College Classified Senate presents it's annual Silent Auction and FUNRaiser, Thursday, December 1st from 10AM to 4PM in the Mendocino College Boardroom.

    Proceeds from the event go to the Classified Senate Scholarship Fund to benefit students in need. The event is free and open to the public.

    Enjoy unique and handmade gifts, a wine raffle, finish your holiday shopping early, all while supporting a great cause!

  • Giving Tuesday at Mendocino College
    November 21, 2016

    On Tuesday, November 29 the Foundation will embark on our first ever Giving Tuesday campaign.  100% of the proceeds collected will be given to support the Mendocino College Food Pantry.  The pantry provides non-perishable food to Mendocino College students in need.  

    Help us Help them!  No amount is too small, everything counts!  Please click on Give Now

    Giving Tuesday is a global event and has become the “Day of Giving” following black Friday and cyber Monday’s consumerism. 

  • Native American Heritage Celebration November 30th
    November 21, 2016

    Mendocino College is pleased and excited to invite the community to join them as they celebrate Native American Heritage Month.  The event will be held in the Lowery Student Center and Plaza on the Ukiah campus Wednesday, November 30th beginning at 4:00 p.m. with a traditional Native American prayer.

  • Sugar Skull
    October 21, 2016

    Mendocino College is pleased and excited to invite the community to join the festivities as the college faculty, staff and students host the 4th annual Día de los Muertos celebration which will take place in the Student Plaza of the Ukiah campus on Wednesday, November 2nd from 4-8pm. 

    Everyone is welcome at this free event so bring your family and friends and join us for an entertaining evening which will include live music, traditional dancers, arts and crafts, food, piñatas, altars and so much more!   

  • Art Image by Lush Newton
    October 19, 2016

    The Mendocino College Art Gallery is proud to announce its new exhibit, “Travelin’ Dave presents The BigFoot Family Band,” opening on Thursday, November 3 with a reception from 4-6pm.  The exhibit is a mixed media art installation featuring the work of Lush Newton which will transform the gallery with the adventures of a traveling dog, musical bears, and other unexpected delights.

  • The Cherry Orchard Play
    October 12, 2016

    The Mendocino College Theatre Arts Department will present Anton Chekhov’s humorously poignant play, The Cherry Orchard beginning next week.  Performances will run October 21-30 in Mendocino College’s Center Theatre on the Ukiah Campus. The play, under the direction of adjunct theatre instructor Jason Davis, features a cast of 22 extraordinary local performers, including 14 full-time college theatre conservatory students.  According to Davis, “the play is a comedy about the human condition, economic disparity, and social change.” 

  • Mendocino Eagles Player, Charlie Reid, in the game against Reedley College
    October 3, 2016

    The Mendocino Eagles are off to their best start in six years with Saturday’s 32-18 win over College of the Redwoods, the Eagles have improved their record to 3-1.  
     
    On September 14th, Mendocino College’s own Joceice Cannon was awarded Offensive Player of the week honors in the American Division of the Northern California Football Conference.  Following an explosive 204 receiving yards on five catches, three of them for touchdowns, in the previous weekend’s 52-39 win against Reedley College.
     

  • October 3, 2016

    Mendocino College is pleased to announce it was recently awarded a five-year, 2.2 million dollar Developing Hispanic Institutions grant from the U.S. Department of Education through a highly competitive process. The goal of this grant is to better serve Latino and high-need students at Mendocino College’s four educational sites in Mendocino and Lake Counties.

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