Bond Measure

Bond Measure to Upgrade SRJC

Protects Our Community Resource

Santa Rosa Junior College is a vital community resource and must stay current. Half of our local high school graduates rely on SRJC for affordable higher education right here in Sonoma County. Bond Measure H on the November 4, 2014 ballot will enable us to upgrade facilities, address overcrowding, and prepare students to attend four-year universities and to succeed in 21st-century careers.

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News & Events

News and Events

Strategic Plan

SRJC Strategic Plan

A Community Engaged

Over the past 18 months, more than 400 faculty, staff, administrators, students, community partners, and board trustees have worked together to develop the Sonoma County Junior College District's first-ever district-wide strategic plan.

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Accreditation 2015

Accreditation 2015

SRJC is currently involved in writing its Self Evaluation in preparation for the Accreditation Team visit and External Evaluation Report in Spring 2015. This website serves three purposes towards the accreditation effort.

  • Explain to the college community the intent, process, and context of accreditation through the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges.
  • Provide access to resources, guidance, and communications for the members of the Standards Committee members who are researching and composing the Self Evaluation.
  • Reflect SRJC's process towards reaffirmation of its accreditation as part of its ongoing support and improvement of teaching and learning.

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