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Sonoma County Junior College District’s Mission is to promote student learning throughout our diverse communities by increasing the knowledge, improving the skills and enhancing the lives of those who participate in our programs and enroll in our courses.

This Mission affirms the District’s responsibility to provide the following:

  • lower division academic education, to support transfer to four-year institutions
  • career and technical education, to support economic development and job growth
  • basic skills, to include English language skills acquisition
  • student and academic support services, to improve student success and student retention

As of 2008, nearly 700,000 students have enrolled at SRJC since the College first opened its doors in 1918, with 50,000 graduates.


Santa Rosa Junior College is officially accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges