ABOUT CONSUMER AND FAMILY STUDIES
The CFS Department offers a variety of courses
in several different areas of study: Consumer Issues, Dietetic Technology, Fashion Studies, Floristry, Foods and Nutrition,
and Interior Design.
Study in these areas can be both personally and professionally
valuable. Comprehensive vocational
certificate programs are offered for Dietetic Technology,
Fashion Studies, Floristry, and Interior Design. Community professionals in each discipline
serve on Advisory Committees to keep course offerings applicable to
current industry standards and to help ensure that students completing
a certificate are ready for job placement.
and staff in Consumer and Family Studies come from a variety of
academic and professional backgrounds. We share an innovative approach
to our work and offer a collaboration of work experience, academic expertise,
and enjoyment of learning to students of all ages and backgrounds.
Faculty offices are located in Garcia Hall,
Santa Rosa Campus. CFS classes are taught on the Santa Rosa Campus,
in Sonoma, and on the Petaluma Campus.
The CFS Department Office, located in Room 801
Garcia Hall, is open Monday through Thursday, 12:00 p.m.. – 5:00 p.m.
The office is closed from mid-June until the start
of the fall semester in August and during winter and spring breaks.
Disclaimer: This Web
site was produced pursuant to grant agreement number 04-C01-061. This
project was supported by the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical
Education Act of 1998 (VTEA), Title IC funds awarded to Santa Rosa Junior
College Grantee by the Chancellor's Office, California Community Colleges.