• people sitting at table outside
    February 29, 2016

    The Mendocino College Theatre Arts Department will present Tom Stoppard’s exhilarating play Arcadia in March. Performances will run March 11-20 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 12 extraordinary local performers, including eight full-time college theatre conservatory students.  According to Davis, “the play is full of wit and humor. It explores the deep underpinnings of humanity and science, loss and discovery. It is a feast of words and meaning.”

  • Sustainable Technology Program students
    February 9, 2016

    Mendocino College will offer its first Construction Fundamentals Class (SST 180) at the Lake Center beginning on February 27th, 2016.  The class, an introduction to construction skills and methods, covers a range of topics from safe tool use and construction practices to fundamental building skills and an overview of construction topics.  All members of the community are welcome to register for the class, which starts on February 27th.  This course will be held at the Mendocino College Lake Center in Lakeport, all members of the community are welcome to enroll.

  •  Carey Perloff
    February 8, 2016

    The Friends of the Mendocino College Library and the Friends of the Mendocino College Theatre are pleased to announce that theatre director and playwright Carey Perloff will be visiting Mendocino College on Sunday February 21 at 3 PM.  The event is part of the college library reading series which brings notable writers to the campus each semester.  Perloff, who helms San Francisco’s flagship theatre company, The American Conservatory Theatre (A.C.T.) will speak about her new book Beautiful Chaos which chronicles her past 20 years as A.C.T.’s Artistic Director.

  • stark abundance
    January 27, 2016

    From February 11 through March 20, Mendocino College will host an exciting series of events that will explore the Native peoples of the Arctic: the Eskimo and Inuit.  These events will include an exhibit of Eskimo and Inuit art in the Mendocino College Art Gallery, and several free events that will undoubtedly stimulate thoughts and questions related to these cultural groups and the extreme environments in which they have lived and continue to live.

  • road and trees
    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.

  • santa clause
    December 9, 2015

    Among tables full of trays of turkey, gravy, mashed potatoes, dressing and a variety of other treats were over 200 Mendocino College Students who received a free holiday meal on Tuesday, December 8, 2015 at Mendocino College.