Learn more about Measure B projects and provide your input April 11-14
Classes resume as normally scheduled; offices open at Kentfield and Indian Valley Campuses
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Commitment to heartfelt service and public safety continues as part of life-saving initiative
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.
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.
College Board of Trustees voted unanimously to place a $265 million bond measure on the June 7, 2016, ballot to address needs identified in the 2014 facilities assessment.
Parents interested in College of Marin's Child Development Program preschools should apply now by filling out the online application.
College of Marin became the home of Renaissance, one of two sculptures by world-renown artist Robert Ellison that are now part of COM’s permanent collection. Fine Arts Gallery Exhibit Featuring Ellison’s Maquettes Opens November 23.
College of Marin will hold a celebration to commemorate completion of the final building project funded by Measure C—the Academic Center. The Capstone Celebration will recognize the many individuals whose work has contributed to a physical transformation of the campuses. It will also serve as an opportunity for the College to extend its appreciation to Marin County voters for their overwhelming support of the Measure C Modernization Bond passed in 2004.
Twenty-five incoming freshmen at Terra Linda High School and their families will be formally pledging to participate in a groundbreaking pilot program that brings College of Marin classes to a local high school. The goal of COMPASS, which stands for College Of Marin Providing Access and Supporting Success, is to shore up the educational future of promising students early in their education.
College of Marin will hold an open house at the newly constructed Academic Center on the Kentfield Campus. Visitors will be able to tour the 43,000 square foot building that houses 16 general-purpose classrooms, three computer labs, a 100-seat multi-purpose room, and faculty and staff offices. Designed by Mark Cavagnero Associates and TLCD Architecture, the building provides a welcoming entrance to the campus.