News

  • John Foucault
    September 8, 2021

    As Delta variant cases continue to surge, the Associated Students of Mendocino College (ASMC, aka student government) urge students and community members to get vaccinated. Vaccinations are not currently required for Mendocino College students and employees -- instead, they’re strongly encouraged. Students who submit proof of being fully vaccinated are eligible to receive a $100 Visa gift card. Vaccines are widely available in the community, including the Pfizer vaccine, which has received full approval from the Food and Drug Administration.

  • jojo cycle
    August 6, 2021

    "Mom, I Can't Do This Anymore" - an art exhibit by Suni Smith.

    -A daughter's quest for understanding & healing of evolving mental illness

    -A mother's quest to transform suicide loss into action and education for the community

    The community is invited to attend the upcoming Mendocino College Art Gallery exhibit, "Mom, I Can't Do This Anymore". Mental illness, suicide and beyond, this exhibit expresses a mother and daughter’s quest for healing.

  • Congratulations graduates
    June 3, 2021

    Mendocino College graduates enjoyed a free dinner and virtual commencement ceremony this year.  

    In April, a survey was sent to all graduating students to gather input about how best to celebrate their accomplishments this year. The response from the majority of students was that they preferred a virtual ceremony.  

  • mesa
    April 21, 2021

    Mendocino College is pleased to announce its Math Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) program has been awarded another three year cycle grant. The program will receive $76,263 per year for the next three years to continue to help underserved and underrepresented students achieve success in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) studies and careers. 

  • Mendocino College
    March 29, 2021

    Asian American communities are suffering acts of discrimination, hate crimes, and micro-aggressions due to fears of COVID-I9.

    Since the December 2019 outbreak of the COVID-l9 virus in Wuhan, China, the infection has grown to more than 125.68 million confirmed cases and more than 2.75 million confirmed deaths worldwide. Scientists have confirmed that the COVID-l9 disease does not respect borders and is not caused by ethnicity, and the World Health Organization has cautioned against using geographic descriptors because they can fuel ethnic discrimination.

  • nursing students
    March 17, 2021

    Second year Mendocino College Nursing students were recently able to get hands on experience by working side by side with nurses from Adventist Health and other health care providers at the Alex Rorabaugh Center to administer 1000 COVID-19 vaccinations. Each student was able to competently administer 50-75 vaccines under the supervision of Mendocino College Nursing Instructor Nancy Goodman and Director of Nursing, Peggy Goebel. Mendocino College Nursing Program Support Specialist, Ginger Bushway coordinated student requirements and schedules.  

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