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As a transfer student you are beginning your Bachelor's degree right here at Santa Rosa Junior College. Like other community colleges, SRJC offers lower division (freshman and sophomore level) general education and major preparation courses equivalent to those at a university. After you transfer, you will complete your upper division (junior and senior level courses) and graduate from that university.
SRJC offers a rigorous course of study to prepare students for success when they transfer to colleges or universities. The Transfer Center helps make the transition a smooth one.
If it is your goal to transfer for a Bachelor's degree, it is best to meet your English and math requirements as soon as possible. Consider taking at least one of these in your first semester.
Students who are wanting to complete their lower division work in 2 years need to place in college level English and math (English 1A and math courses higher than intermediate algebra) through the assessment process. In order to complete 60 units in 2 years, each semester should consist of 15 transferable units. (Twelve units is considered full time.)
Many students are undecided on their educational goal when they begin college. If you later decide to transfer, you can choose this as your goal. There is not a time limitation for completing these requirements.
Steps to Successful Transfer
Santa Rosa Junior College is officially accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges