Woodland Community College

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Woodland Community College
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Type Public Community College
Established 1975, current center in 1981
Chancellor Douglas Houston
President Dr. Michael White
Vice-president Dr. Al Konuwa
Dean Monica Chahal & Sonia Ortiz-Mercado
Director Caren Fernandez, Bobby S. Gosal & Kimberly Reed
Location Woodland, California, United States of America
Coordinates: 38°39′37.19″N 121°44′8.44″W / 38.6603306°N 121.7356778°W / 38.6603306; -121.7356778
Campus Suburban
Colors Green, Silver, and Black
Mascot Eagle
Affiliations Yuba Community College District, WASC
Website http://www.yccd.edu/woodland/

Woodland Community College is a 2-year California Community College in Woodland, California. It is a part of the Yuba Community College District. Woodland is accredited by Western Association of Schools and Colleges.


In the fall of 1975 Woodland offered courses in an outreach program. In 1981 the California Postsecondary Education Commission labeled Woodland as an official education center. In 1990, Woodland Center (now Woodland Community College) relocated to its current 120 acres (49 ha) parcel of land. In 1999 Yuba Community College District notified its intent for Woodland Center to become a self-sufficient community college, the same year that a Child Development center was opened on campus. The next year the district received the approval from the State Chancellor's office to begin Woodland Center's process of being a comprehensive college.[1]

In 2006, Woodland Community College began the accreditation process through the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, completing the process in June 2008 with the notification of initial accreditation.[1]


  1. ^ a b "Spring 2009 Schedule of Classes" (PDF). Woodland Community College. p. 3. Retrieved 2009-01-08. 

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