Website for Mesalands Community College

Dinosaur bones
The College is proud of their Dinosaur Museum and Natural Science Laboratory

UPDATE: The new website launched in April 2012.

Website Development for New Mexico Community College
Concept art for Mesalands Community College website
Website Development for Mesalands Community College in NM
New homepage site for, community college website
Original website design before Ivy Group redesign
Meslands Community College website before redesign

The Ivy Group is pleased to announce it will design and develop a new website for Mesalands Community College in Tucumcari, New Mexico.

The project comes on the heels of Mesalands' school colors selection--green and gold--which will be incorporated into the website's color palette. The site will highlight the college's unique programs, including paleontology and wind energy technology, while increasing student accessibility for news and events. The site design will also integrate WordPress for Mesalands staff to facilitate content management.

"We were delighted to hear from Mesalands that they had seen our past work for community colleges and were interested in using our services," said Pam Fitzgerald, Managing Partner of The Ivy Group. "We are looking forward to working with them to create a website that will best represent the college and ensure student engagement."

The Ivy Group has developed websites and marketing materials for multiple community colleges, including Bucks County Community College in Pennsylvania and Virginia's Paul D. Camp, Eastern Shore and Northern Virginia community colleges. (The firm has since been re-contracted to redesign and update the website for Paul D. Camp Community College.)

Mesalands' website is scheduled for completion in March 2012.

About Mesalands Community College
Mesalands Community College, located in Tucumcari, N.M., is a two-year institution of higher education offering instruction at the associate's degree level. Founded in 1979, Mesalands offers a variety of unique program offerings and is home to the North American Wind Research and Training Center. For more information, visit