Mendocino College

About Us

Mendocino College, founded in 1973, is in Ukiah and is part of the Mendocino-Lake Community College District. The 127-acre campus enrolls about 5,155 students, employs 55 full-time and 200 adjunct faculty members.

The district was formed in 1972 by a vote of the citizens of the Anderson Valley, Laytonville, Potter Valley, Round Valley, Ukiah and Willits Unified School Districts. Planning for the development of the initial offerings of the College occurred in 1973, with the first classes offered the same year.

Expansion of the district to include the Lake County Districts of Upper Lake, Kelseyville and Lakeport occurred by vote in 1974. The new District boundaries, established in 1975, encompass 3,200 square miles of service area. In 1981 the name of the district became Mendocino-Lake Community College District to better reflect the geographical area served.

Chart --  Mendocino College Student Demographic Details by Age Groups

Pie Chart image: Mendocino College Student Demographic -- Ethnicity

Total annual transfers to UC
(2004 to 2009)

Mendocino College transfers to University of California graph from 2004 to 2009
Total annual transfers to CSU
(2004 to 2009)

 Mendocino College  to California State University Transfers Graph from 2004 to 2009

Degrees and Certificates
Awarded in 2009-2010

Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree 165
Associate of Science (A.S.) degree 151
Certificate requiring 18 < 30 units 36
Certificate requiring 30 < 60 units 10

Gender -- 2009/2010

Female 61.61%
Male 37.97%
Undeclared 0.42%