The print version of the Schedule of Classes contains a list of available
courses, information to help you get started at SRJC, a partial list of certificates
and their requirements, telephone numbers, forms and maps. www.santarosa.edu is
continually updated and contains the most recent information.
As a new student you should spend time reading the schedule to
learn as much as possible. Keep the printed schedule to refer back to it later in
Important information in the schedule:
- College Calendar - Contains information vital to your success as a student.
You can access this calendar online at the Admissions Web page or find it inside
the cover of the printed Schedule of Classes. Refer to this calendar for many important
dates such as:
- Date classes begin
- Last day to add a course without the instructors signature
- Last day to drop a class without a "W" symbol ("W" means withdrawal)
- Last day to opt for Credit/No Credit on a class
- Final exams
- Registration Schedule - Indicates the earliest time each student can register
for classes. Continuing students (those who were registered in the previous semester)
have priority and earlier times. As a new student you may be able to earn priority
by completing this or another orientation. During Open Registration all students
can add & drop classes.
- Fees & Refund Information - A chart indicating various fees. Students
at community colleges such as SRJC pay only a fraction of the actual cost of their
education. (A great value!) Low-income students may qualify for a waiver of these
fees (see Financial Aid).
- Final Exams Schedule - Each semester length course will have a final exam
time as indicated by this chart. Use the Table of Contents in the front of the schedule
to locate the Final Exams information. Your instructor will also give you the time
for your final. Usually the instructor includes this in the syllabus handed out the
first day of class.
- Class Offering - SRJC is a large community college with extensive course
offerings. You may find many courses that interest you or meet your educational needs.