Check this page often for updates on what's new and what's happening at SRJC.
It's important to note that since this is a "highlights" page, not all important
information will be contained here. This page is intended to bring attention to some
information, but is not meant to be the sole source of information you might need.
New Way to Order SRJC Transcripts
Admissions and Records has an new online service for ordering transcripts. Santa Rosa Junior College now works with the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) to provide current and former students with official SRJC transcripts. This new paperless ordering system helps support Sustainability at SRJC.
To order official transcripts, students can simply go to www.getmytranscript.com or click on “Official Transcript Request” in their Student Portal. In addition, students may request Enrollment and Degree Verifications through the NSC in their Student Portal as well.
Public Safety Career Day Saturday, September 7, 2013
(1-5pm Police reading/writing exam only)
You are invited to an action-packed day devoted to the exciting programs offered at SRJC including Law Enforcement, Fire Technology, Emergency Medical Care, Park Ranger, Corrections, and Public Safety Dispatcher.
Program orientations addressing job dimensions and entrance requirements
Representatives from North Bay Area public safety agencies available to answer your questions and engage in recruiting
Financial aid information
Demonstrations of public safety equipment
Access to training simulators
All participants must pre-register for AJ 714 section #3806 (0 units, no cost) at www.santarosa.edu
Police reading/writing exam participants must also pre-register by calling 707.836.2909
High school students must submit a Concurrent High School Enrichment form with signatures from high school counselor, principal, and parent. This form must be submitted to SRJC Admissions & Records prior to event. If form is not on file, high school student may not participate.
Bring a bag lunch, ball-point pen, and pencil
Wear loose clothing, preferably sweat pants and shirt or a jogging suit. Quality running shoes are recommended for some light physical training activity.
Santa Rosa Junior College is pleased and excited to announce that our three-decades-old
tradition of opening the College to its community will return May 5, 2013.
Day Under The Oaks will showcase exhibits, activities, and attractions from all our
campuses and sites including: exhibits and demonstrations from instructional departments,
a delicious multicultural array of foods from our student clubs, the traditional
Native American dancers, magic shows in the Chemistry Lab, Planetarium shows, petting
zoo, music, and so much more!
This year we'll be offering something special for high
school Seniors! At Day Under the Oaks, there will be a drop-in workshop
provided for high school Seniors who would like assistance with completing their
online application for admission to SRJC. Drop in any time between 11:30 AM and
3:30 PM on Sunday, May 5th to the Bertolini Student Center, 2nd Floor Counseling
office and get help with your online application for summer. Open registration starts
on Monday, May 6th, so this is the last chance to get help with your online application
before registering for summer classes.
Mark your calendar now to attend Day Under
The Oaks, Sunday, May 5, on our beautiful Santa Rosa Campus.
a Smart Start this Summer!
SRJC is offering two Smart Start English Courses this
Summer. Smart Start English 100 and 302 will provide students with a positive and
enjoyable first semester at the college. These courses are perfect for new students
who want to get a jump start on meeting their English requirements before the regular
fall semester begins. Make the most of your summer by beginning your college career
with success by focusing on one course in the relaxed more personal summer environment.
In addition, SRJC Counselors will visit both classes to provide important information
about SRJC, including tips on how to succeed in their college courses.
MTWTh 10:00 AM-1:00 PM
June 17-July 25
MTWTh 10:00 AM-12:15 PM
June 17-July 25
Career Fair 2013
Middle School and High School Students are invited to attend the upcoming Career
Night 2013, presented by the SRJC EOPS Department:
will have the opportunity to make a connection with professionals in many fields
including medical, legal, teaching, social work and much more! Please RSVP by calling
707-521-7879 or e-mail email@example.com.
A separate event, the Job & Internship
Fair (previously called the Career Fair) is scheduled for April 24th, but
is not an event intended for middle and high school field trips this year. The Job & Internship
Fair is a hiring and internship event provided for SRJC students and employers with
current job opportunities. Middle school and high school students should attend the
College Night 2013 on April 3rd for the opportunity to participate in a career-information
event at SRJC this spring.
Bring your students to SRJC for Placement testing in February and March to
beat the crowds!
Once your students have completed their online applications through
CCCApply, they're ready to take their placement tests. The SRJC Assessment and Student
Success Offices are interested in having school groups come to SRJC (the Santa Rosa
Campus or Petaluma Campus) to take group placement tests. This will help to alleviate
the resource constraints at the college and allow our staff to help students on college
campuses while serving the high school students.
If this is something you'd like
to set up for your school, or to set up a placement test at your school site, we
encourage you to contact the Assessment Office early at 527-4661 (Santa Rosa) or
778-3908 (Petaluma Campus).
Please go to www.santarosa.edu/app/placement/ for
more information about our Assessment Services.
Santa Rosa Junior College will be closed for Winter
Break December 22nd through January 2nd.
The Schools Relations and Outreach Office will
be closed through January 6th.
Save the Date for the annual Small
Schools Event: Friday, February 8, 2013 - 9:00 AM-1:00 PM in the
Bertolini Student Center, Dining Room on the Santa Rosa Campus. This event is recommended
for Seniors interested in attending SRJC, and their counselors, from Alternative,
Charter, Independent, Continuation and Necessary Small Schools as well as various
Agencies within the SRJC District area. Topics include but are not limited to: SRJC
Student Support Services, Career Certificates, University Transfer and the Steps
to Get Started at SRJC.
Effective summer 2012, SRJC implemented newlimitations regarding
course repetition and withdrawal in a single course. For more information,
go to www.santarosa.edu/app/admissions.
Open the link under the "Read this Important Announcement" headline.