College of Marin
The College of Marin is a public
College of Marin has been in operation since 1926. Each semester, about 10,000 students are enrolled in over 1,100 credit classes. Approximately 100 international students participate in College of Marin's International Student Program. Nearly 6,000 students attend the college's
The college offers seventy Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degree programs, and has established approximately 200
Originally known as Marin Junior College when established in 1926, the college was renamed College of Marin in 1947. In 1985 College of Marin merged with Indian Valley College. This merger provided Marin residents with two campuses, the original campus located in Kentfield and the Indian Valley Campus in Novato. The two campuses serve a county population of approximately 250,000 residents.
The Echo Times
The Echo Times is the college's monthly student-run newspaper.
The College of Marin is governed as part of the
The MCCD is governed by seven members of a
- Soccer(men's and women's)
- Water Polo
- Basketball (men's and women's)
Student body association
In 1927 the students of College of Marin organized an
California law provides that, "The governing board of each community college district shall establish, maintain, operate, and govern one or more community colleges". The Board of Trustees of Marin Community College District has authorized the students of the district to organize a "student body association". The district's governing board has recognized that Associated Students College of Marin is a student body association. The governing board has also recognized Associated Students College of Marin "as the official voice for the students in District decision-making processes".
The bylaws of Associated Students College of Marin (ASCOM) include a paragraph that reads, "The Associated Students of the College of Marin shall be associated with and a member of the
2021-2022 ASCOM BOARD
|Vice President||Emma Mitteregger|
|Student Trustee||Juan Camara Pech|
|Student Activities and Services Senator||Fernanda Davila|
|Student Activities and Services Senator||Libbey Tibbett|
|Public Relations and Marketing Senator||
|Public Relations and Marketing Senator||Emilia Rivers|
|Technology Senator||Kayla Alizadeh|
|State Student Senate Representative||Faizal Khaliq|
- Robert Mailer Anderson, author, activist, and philanthropist
- Jack Angel, voice actor
- Don Barksdale, NBA Hall of Fame
- Cabot Bigham, professional rallycross driver
- Terry Bozzio, musician, drummer (with Frank Zappa and UK)
- Pete Carroll, American football coach
- Konrad Dryden, author
- Dian Fossey (business classes, 1949–50), primate research
- David Haskell, actor
- Leslie Hendrix, actor
- Echo Heron, nursing, author (New York Times bestselling), activist
- Art Schallock, oldest living MLB player
- Honor Jackson, NFL player
- Doug Dressler, NFL player
- Naomi Judd, nursing, singer/songwriter
- Jim Kent, Research scientist and computer programmer
- Young L, rapper
- Erik Raven, United States Under Secretary of the Navy
- Curiosity rover lander, which successfully landed on Mars on August 5, 2012
- Scott Thunes (1976-78 music), musician, bassist for Frank Zappa
- Robin Williams (1970-1973 theatre), actor and comedian
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- ^ Certificate of Amendment of Articles of Incorporation. Filed March 1, 1991. Retrieved November 19, 2021.
- ^ California Education Code Section 70902.
- ^ California Education Code Section 76060.
- ^ Marin Community College District Policy No. 5400.
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- Official website
- Echo Times student newspaper website