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The Mendocino-Lake Community College District was formed in September 1972 by 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 the Spring of 1973, with the first classes offered in July 1973.
Expansion of the District to include the Lake County Districts of Upper Lake, Kelseyville, and Lakeport occurred by vote of the citizens on November 5, 1974. The new District boundaries, established in July 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 being served.
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2240 Old River Rd
The University offers more than 50 academic programs that reflect the diversity and creativity of the faculty and students.
With more than 2,200 graduate and undergraduate students and a student to faculty ratio of 10:1, Dominican is able to successfully blend personal attention associated with smaller schools with the academic resources of a larger university.
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Dharma Realm Buddhist University is a community dedicated to liberal education in the broad Buddhist tradition—a tradition characterized by knowledge in the arts and sciences, self–cultivation, and the pursuit of wisdom. Its pedagogical aim is thus twofold: to convey knowledge and to activate an intrinsic wisdom possessed by all individuals. Developing this inherent capacity requires an orientation toward learning that is dialogical, interactive, probing, and deeply self–reflective. Such education makes one free in the deepest sense and opens the opportunity to pursue the highest goals of human existence.
DRBU was established in 1976 by the Buddhist teacher, Venerable Master Hsuan Hua, and now has campuses at the City of Ten Thousand Buddhas in Ukiah, California, and at the Institute for World Religions in Berkeley, California.
Welcome to Yuba Community College District's Lake County Campus! For over four decades Lake County Campus has been providing Lake County residents with the high-quality education our community members require to advance their personal and professional lives. Whether you desire an industry-leading cutting-edge career technical certification, classes that lead to transfer to a four-year institution, or help with basic language and math skills; Lake County Campus will set you on your path to success.
Rich in diversity, our campus environment reflects a culture of inclusion with faculty, staff, and students who care about and support each other. Our "student first" philosophy means that we emphasize excellence in student learning and success and do everything we can to develop each student's individual potential. Make an appointment with a counselor today to explore Lake County Campus comprehensive quality educational programs and student services.
Lake County Campus is in the process of transitioning from Yuba College to Woodland Community College. Though the transition of the administration of Lake County Campus is already complete, the transition of our robust curriculum is still in progress. Until the curriculum transition is complete, Lake County Campus will offer classes from both Yuba College and Woodland Community College in order to ensure the best, most efficient possible pathways to degree and certificate completion for our students.
The Individual is Valued
The faculty are experienced instructors, skilled in discovering and developing the interests and capabilities of their students. The ability to communicate with faculty members minimizes the danger that a student may become confused and lost in the hurry and bustle of college life and emphasizes the importance of the individual.
Easier Transition to University Studies
Lake County Campus bridges the gap between high school and university, making adjustment easier. The years of college education offered by Lake County Campus are an important budgetary item, especially since there is an increasing tendency for professional preparation to require more than four years of college study.
Great Value and Support
Lake County Campus enables students and their families to conserve their resources for the long period of professional training. Lake County Campus provides students with such services and activities as individualized counseling, social and cultural activities to meet the needs and patterns of all students.
Versatility and a "Second Chance"
Students will find the opportunity to adjust their studies to their individual needs; those in high school who did not meet university admission requirements may make up their deficiencies; those who want training for immediate entry into paying jobs will find the courses they need; those who wish to complete two years and transfer to a senior college or university may do so with junior (third-year) status.
Lake County campus of Woodland Community College.