The White House announced on September 5th that President Trump has ordered an end to DACA, the Obama-era program protecting more than 800,000 young, undocumented immigrants from deportation who were brought to the United States as children. He is calling on Congress to replace the policy with legislation before DACA is scheduled to expire on March 5, 2018. In light of that action, the California Community College Chancellors Office Resources for Undocumented Students link provides some useful information. Additional updates will be posted as more details become available.
- September 18, 2017
- September 13, 2017
The Mendocino College Art Gallery is excited to announce its new exhibit, Tomiko Jones: the space between here and there which opens with a reception on Thursday, September 21 from 4-6 p.m. Ms. Jones will also be giving an artist’s talk on Thursday, September 28 at 4 p.m. on the Mendocino College Ukiah Campus in room 5310 of the Center for Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA). Following her talk, she will provide a guided tour of the exhibition.
- September 8, 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jessica Silva, Director of Community Relations & Communication Phone/E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
September 8, 2017
MENDOCINO COLLEGE RELEASES STATEMENT IN SUPPORT OF DACA STUDENTS
Mendocino College releases the following statement in support of DACA students:
- August 25, 2017
Mendocino College releases the follow proclamation in response to the recent events in Charlottesville, Virginia:
We, the Mendocino-Lake Community College District, Hereby Issue this Proclamation, Designating that:
- August 8, 2017
Mendocino College is excited to announce the Grand Opening of our Coast Center will be held Wednesday, August 9th, at 6:00 p.m.
Since the fall of 2014 Mendocino College has been offering a growing number of courses to the residents on the Mendocino Coast through the former College of the Redwoods Center. Mendocino College officially began serving coastal residents as of July 1, 2017 through a transfer of territory that formally brought the coast region into the Mendocino-Lake Community College District.
- August 8, 2017
The Mendocino-Lake Community College District is pleased to announce the appointment of Ulises Velasco as the District’s first Vice President of Student Services. Mr. Velasco was selected from a competitive pool of highly qualified candidates, after an extensive search, to advocate for the students, provide visionary leadership, and strengthen our services to students.
- July 5, 2017
Please join us for a 2-day workshop to finish the ferrous cement water tank at the Sustainable Technology (SST) House and learn to harvest, design for, and use rainwater. This workshop will be held July 22nd and 23rd from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Mendocino College Ukiah Campus. Set yourself up for success and prepare for next winter’s rains, a single storm can fill your tank.
- June 27, 2017
The results of the 2016-17 Mendocino College math contest series were announced recently, and two students tied and were named co-champions. The winners, Deanna Powell and Possatorn “Blues” Sutcharitchun, each solved 28 of the 30 weekly puzzles.
Tied for first runner-up, with 14 puzzles solved, were Ari Sunbeam and Elios Sgouros. Forty students submitted correct solutions to at least one of the contests.
- June 21, 2017
In May, as part of a team of scientists with the Biological and Ecological Sciences Coalition (BESC) from across the U.S., Dr. Brianna Zuber visited with several California Senators and Representatives during Congressional Visits Day on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Brianna is a Biology instructor at Mendocino College and was selected to attend Congressional Visits Day (CVD) because of Mendocino College’s unique field station, the Mendocino College Coastal Field Station (MCCFS).
- June 5, 2017
The Mendocino College Board of Trustees approved the naming of “Pomo Plaza” at their monthly meeting held May 10. Mendocino College established a monument to recognize the Pomo communities and help create a more culturally respectful and inclusive campus climate as part of their continued equity work. This initiative aligns with the Board of Trustees goal of strengthening the College’s inclusive, equitable, and ethnically diverse culture to be more welcoming to all students and increase access and support for underrepresented groups including Native American students.