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Commitment to heartfelt service and public safety continues as part of life-saving initiative
Food safety classes offered once a month at IVC
Bring unwanted prescription drugs to COM PD in Kentfield October 22 from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Sir Francis Drake High School and College of Marin student Amanda Gordon recognized by NACCE
Local law enforcement agencies show support though a variety of approaches
Pac-12 veteran eager to help student-athletes develop on and off the court
Exhibition opens with reception October 1
Annual report contains policy statements and crime statistics for COM.
Superintendent/President Encourages Continued Dialogue
Program sees increases in students served and student success
Byrne brings well-rounded experience as an administrator, coach, and faculty member
New services for scholarship management, communicating financial aid information, and financial disbursement.
Programs and services on campus encourage inclusion and offer support
Marin County Registrar of Voters posted unofficial election night results showing College of Marin’s $265 million bond, Measure B, passed with 62.88 percent voting to approve the measure. The measure required a 55 percent supermajority to pass.
COM’s 100-voice chorus opens game against Boston Red Sox KENTFIELD, CA—Under the direction of maestro Boyd Jarrell, Marin Oratorio, the College’s 100-voice chorus, will sing the national anthem at tomorrow’s home game between the San Francisco Giants vs. Boston Red Sox at AT&T Park.
Annual celebration May 17, 2016
Transformation Grant will assist students in achieving their goals in fewer semesters
College of Marin, in partnership with Stanford University School of Medicine, Geriatric Medicine; and The Buck Institute for Research on Aging present the second Mini-Medical School—Medical Science and Aging.
California Community College Board of Governors approved plans to change the current accreditation structure. This move comes after college presidents and district chancellors voted for a dual approach to bring about this change.
For the third time in four years, Marin Community College District (District) has demonstrated its stewardship of tax dollars by refinancing an additional $47 million in general obligation bonds associated with Measure C. This action will result in net savings to taxpayers of $5.86 million over the life of the bonds.