Support Programs

  • CalWORKs is a welfare to work program involving cash aid and services to eligible needy California families. The program provides CalWORKs students academic, personal, career and employment-related assistance.  In additional to providing consistent educational planning and counseling, we also help students navigate the community college system and provide to other on and off-campus services such as financial aid, work-study, job placement services or child care services.

  • The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) offers college scholarships to students who have participated in the Migrant Education Program, or have worked in agricultural jobs, or are dependents of agricultural workers.  The CAMP scholarship is offered during the first year of college.  The program offers services in the academic, social, and financial areas to a minimum of 50 students per year. CAMP assists students with the transition from high school to the college setting in order to help them successfully complete their studies. Apply for the 2017.18 as soon as possible!

  • The Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE) program was established to help EOP&S students who are single parents, with children under the age of 14, receiving cash-aids and are current TANF/CalWORKs participants.

    The CARE program is designed to help break the welfare cycle by offering additional support to students who want to receive college-level career training or complete specific educational programs.

    CARE services include: 

  • The Mendocino College Child Development Center is a pre-school and child development center for children 18 months to 6 years old that has been serving the college community since 1978.

  • The Disability Resource Center (DRC) provides instructional support services for enrolled Mendocino College students who have a verifiable disability.  The program serves the educational need of students with disabilities recognized under ADA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. The Disability Resource Center encourages student autonomy, independence and responsibility.

  • Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) was established to help community college students from economically and educationally disadvantaged backgrounds succeed in their educational goals and transferring to a four-year institution.

    At Mendocino College, the goal of EOPS is to help you succeed in your educational goals. We provide educationally under-prepared and economically disadvantaged students with the tools needed to get the most out of what college has to offer.

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    Mendocino College is opening its FOOD PANTRY on our main campus.  If you are currently enrolled at Mendocino College and are eligible* please stop by Student Services Office in MacMillan Hall Room 1000.

    FOOD PANTRY services are FREE for Mendocino College students.Mendocino College Food Pantry Image of Groceries

    *Student must meet these Eligibility Requirements:

  • Mendocino College Foster and Kinship Care Education (FKCE) Program offers training for foster parents and kinship caregivers to enhance their parenting skills, obtain knowledge about the foster care system, and develop strong, ongoing support systems.

  • El Programa Equivalente a la Preparatoria (HEP) de Mendocino College ofrece una excelente oportunidad a los residentes de los condados de Mendocino y Lake que no se graduaron de la preparatoria o high school, para que estudien y puedan obtener su certificado equivalente a la preparatoria. HEP es un programa del gobierno federal para las personas que trabajan o han trabajado en la agricultura temporal o

  • Registering for MESA

  • Native American Outreach Program’s (NAOP) purpose is to provide academic and personal support services to the prospective and current Native American Students at Mendocino College and commit to hold a place for any Native American Student who is interested in attending Mendocino College by hosting interactive events for the Native American community and public.

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