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SRJC Lost & Found Procedures

General Information

To inquire about most lost items on the Santa Rosa Campus, contact or visit the Student Affairs Information Desk, located on the first floor of the Bertolini Student Center (400 Burbank Circle). Their hours are 8:00 AM-5:00 PM, Monday-Friday and they can be reached by phone at 527-4424. For a list of items maintained by District Police, see below. For all other locations, District Police (527-1000) will collect lost and found items and will hold property at their office for a minimum of 90 days (prior to turning it over to Student Affairs on the Santa Rosa Campus).

Items maintained by Student Affairs:

  • Books, notebooks, and planners
  • Sunglasses, prescription eyewear
  • Backpacks
  • Clothing, wallets and purses
  • Keys
  • Jewelry
  • Identifications cards and miscellaneous papers

Items maintained by District Police:

It is the intent of the District Police to maintain items with documented serial numbers and items deemed significant in value. Our District Police dispatch center is open 24 hours a day and can be reached at (707) 527-1000.

  • Cell phones
  • Computers and equipment
  • Radios (mp3 players, ipods, etc)
  • Medications
  • Bicycles

Items not accepted: Soiled clothing, water bottles, coffee travel mugs or any other item posing a health risk.

Unclaimed Items

Items are maintained for 90 days before disposition. After 90 days unclaimed items are taken to the Student Affairs Office for sale/auction. Data sensitive materials will be destroyed if unclaimed. When claiming an item, a valid California Photo ID or SRJC Student ID is required.

If an item is found on a Santa Rosa Junior College campus you may turn it over to the Student Affairs Office. Student Affairs may then determine if the item(s) warrant a turnover to District Police.

Questions and comments about this page contact ssigala@santarosa.edu.

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