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Key SRJC Resources


Assessment – Placement Tests
Assessment tests will give you and your Counselor valuable information to help you develop the best plan for achieving your educational goals. You must take the appropriate test if you plan to register in an English, Math or ESL course. The Assessment Office also administers GED tests.

Career Center
The Career Center provides assistance in choosing a major, developing career plans and making a career change. Resources include career counseling, career guidance classes, a comprehensive up-to-date career library, videos, employer information files, a computer lab and handouts.

SRJC offers a broad array of occupational certificate programs to prepare students for employment.

College Skills/Tutorial
Open-entry, open-exit labs are available to help you brush up and improve reading, writing and/or math skills, as well as prepare for the GED test. The Tutorial Center offers individual and group assistance by appointment in almost every subject.

Disability Resources Department (DRD)
DRD helps provide equal access through specialized instruction, disability related support services, and advocacy activities.

Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS) helps full-time, low-income, educationally disadvantaged students (e.g., first generation college student, high school drop-out, ESL student, or low English or Math level). EOPS provides book vouchers and the opportunity to be among the first to register for classes. Most CalWORKs students who are eligible for EOPS are also eligible for CARE, which provides money for meals, car maintenance, and other expenses.

English as a Second Language (ESL)
ESL counselors and classes are available. You will be asked to take an ESL placement test through the Assessment Office.

Financial Aid
In addition to fee waivers, you may be eligible for grants and work-study opportunities that will add to your income without reducing your TANF grant.

Health Services
Free clinic for registered students.

Orientation Online
Click on this link for a quick orientation to being a student at SRJC.

Apply to the College and CCCAPPLY. Audio/Video Tutorials on using the online Application for Admission (CCCAPPLY) - use Internet Explorer - English version  En Español version

Re-Entry Program
Adult Reentry Services assists adult learners who have had a break in their formal education. Services include small group orientations, a video and book lending library, counseling services, seminars and workshops, and scholarships.

Scholarship Office
You may be eligible for scholarship help in addition to the financial help mentioned above.

Work Experience and Internships
Earn college credit while working.

Community Resources

A resource directory, “Being Resourceful,” is available in the SRJC CalWORKs Office. You can also search for resources in the county online by using the Sonoma County Human Services Information and Referral Directory.

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