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Campus Tours and Visits

Campus Tours for K-12 Schools and Community Groups

Complimentary campus tours for K-12 schools or community groups serving future SRJC students are available with advance reservations. The Schools Relations and Outreach Office schedules standard tours of the Santa Rosa Campus, Petaluma Campus, and Public Safety Training Center. Tours of the Culinary Arts Center are not available until further notice.

Campus tours are provided by Student Ambassadors when SRJC classes are in session: Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. during the fall and spring semesters and Monday through Thursday during June and July (Summer Session). Tours are not scheduled during the first week of classes or during Finals Week.

Department and Program visits are available for high school students only. Middle school groups are encouraged to schedule a General Campus tour, and supplement their visit with a campus Scavenger Hunt in small groups on their own.

Scavenger Hunts are currently available for the Santa Rosa Campus only, and work well for groups of 15-20 students. Larger groups can split up and start the hunt in different areas of the campus. While searching the campus for answers, a respectful and quiet manner is appreciated. Be courteous toward the SRJC community, and take care to not block walkways and doorways. Please use caution and cross streets only at the electronic crosswalks. An Answer Key is available for teachers and group leaders. Please contact the office of Schools Relations and Outreach at 527-4863 to tell us when you'll be on campus for a Scavenger Hunt.

Depending on staff and faculty availability, high school groups of no more than 40 participants total (including chaperones) may request visits to the following Academic Departments (at the Santa Rosa campus unless otherwise indicated): Industrial and Trade Technology, Athletics, Learning Resources (Doyle or Mahoney Library), Public Safety Training Center (Windsor), and other departments by request. Groups larger than 40 participants are welcome to enjoy the standard campus tour mentioned above. If applicable, please indicate your interest in a visit to a specific department or program for your group of 40 or less when making your tour reservation through the Schools Relations and Outreach office. Please note that while the standard campus tours are led by SRJC Student Ambassadors, department and program visits are scheduled without an assigned escort.

Weather permitting, you are welcome to enjoy your brown-bag lunch "under the oaks" during your visit, or take advantage of our dining options in Bertolini Student Center.

A minimum of one month lead-time is required for scheduling campus tours or department/program visits and reservations are required. To make a reservation for an individual tour, contact the Student Affairs office at 707-527-4424. To make a reservation for a group tour, e-mail Michelle Poggi, Coordinator, Schools Relations and Outreach or call (707) 521-7854. Please be ready to provide:

We look forward to welcoming you to Santa Rosa Junior College!

Other Opportunities to see SRJC

Individual Tours - Call Student Affairs, 527-4424

SRJC Planetarium School Shows

Santa Rosa Junior College Museum Visits

Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt - Santa Rosa Campus

Art Talk (enter Doyle Library on the 2nd floor) Art Talk is an online video gallery of interviews with artists showcased in the Doyle Collection located on the 3rd and 4th floors of Doyle Library. Over 100 videos convey the experiences, inspirations and techniques of the artists. Click on the artwork to see the full set of videos, biographical information, and suggested library resources for each artist. If you are visiting Doyle Library, scan the QR code next to each artwork to watch the videos on your mobile phone. Download Art Talk Maps and Art Talk Tips.