The Mendocino College Theatre Arts Department brings Gehrman’s work to life. As part of the larger Phoenix Project, Director Reid Edelman assembled a cast that captures the wide range of individuals residing in Mendocino County, giving an organic look at the sheer troubles of climate change affecting locally.
The Mendocino College Theatre Arts Department in association with the college Art Department and Circus MeCCA will present the world premiere of Wild Fire, a powerful new play by Mendocino College professor, novelist, and playwright Jody Gehrman.
Mendocino College visual and performing arts faculty, along with countless students, fire survivors, and community members, have been working together for over a year to bring to fruition The Phoenix Project.
In a special board meeting on Wednesday evening, the Mendocino-Lake Community College Board of Trustees unanimously voted to appoint Eileen Cichocki as Interim Superintendent/President.
Mendocino College is pleased to announce a new Physical Therapist Assistant Program that will be starting the Spring 2020 semester.
Full time work and college are possible! The Mendocino College North County Center in Willits is offering a full time schedule held on Fridays and Saturdays for the upcoming fall semester which begins August 19.
Mendocino College Superintendent/President Dr. Arturo Reyes will soon be leaving his post after over six years of service to the District. He has been appointed as the tenth Superintendent/President at the Rio Hondo Community College District in Los Angeles County, pending approval of a contract in July.
Dr. Arturo Reyes, Mendocino College Superintendent/President, announced that Dr. Jeff Duncan-Andrade will speak at the Mendocino College Class of 2019 Commencement.
Every spring, for the past sixteen years, the Mendocino College Spring Dance Festival has provided entertainment for the entire family. This year is no exception!
MENDOCINO COLLEGE TO HOST EARTH WEEK: CLIMATE CHANGE, APRIL 8-12
Mendocino College will be hosting Earth Week April 8-12 to initiate community awareness about climate change and other environmental issues through a multidisciplinary approach. The week will be devoted to talks, demonstrations, displays, and activities geared around the topic. All Earth Week events will be held in the Student Center at the Mendocino College Ukiah campus and are free and open to the public!