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Resources for Students

Resources for Students

Admissions & Records – Assists with admission applications, registration, adding and dropping classes, and much more. 

CalWORKS – Services to TANF students who have been referred by SonomaWORKS; child care; books; counseling; advising; employment services.  Services also to individuals who recently left TANF, are working, and would like to attend college.

Career and Employment Center – Career counseling, assessment, computer research of careers, student employment, job placement.

Children’s Center – On-campus child-care center for student parents, with referrals to other community child-care services. 

Counseling Department – Academic and career planning, courses for college success, personal counseling, referrals to other resources. 

Disability Resources – Programs for students with disabilities:  enabling services, adapted PE, learning skills, online tutoring. 

English as as Second Language – Assessment and counseling for second language students to improve English reading, writing, and conversation.

Extended Opportunity Program & Services (EOPS & CARE) – Assistance for full-time, eligible students with book costs, child care, counseling, financial aid, transfer.

Financial Aid – Applications and assistance for federal and state financial aid, federal student aid, and Board of Governors (BOG) tuition waiver.

High School Career Pathways to SRJC – In partnership with local high schools, SRJC helps connect high school Career Pathways to college Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs to give students a head start on college and careers.

Mathematics, Engineering Science, Achievement (MESA) – Program supports educationally disadvantaged students to excel in math, engineering, and science to transfer to university.

New Student Programs – Support for transition to SRJC for first time to college students. Weekly orientations, ongooing academic counseling and referrals.

Puente Project – English writing instruction, counseling, and mentoring for students who plan to transfer to a four-year college or university.

Scholarship Office – Information and assistance for scholarship search and applications.

Student Affairs – Numerous services to students and the community, including campus tours, student involvement, leadership programs and more.

Teacher Academy – If you are interested in becoming a teacher in secondary school, adult education or college CTE programs, the SRJC Teacher Academy will introduce you to this rewarding career; a Teacher Academy counselor will show you the next steps.

Transfer Center – Multiple services and resources to help students going from SRJC to four-year colleges.

Tutorial Center – Free tutoring services for students of all academic levels in many subject areas including math, English, language, chemistry, physics, and more.

Veterans Affairs – SRJC is approved for veterans’ training.  Information, applications, and tuition assistance.