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High School Concurrent Enrollment Program Information and Guidelines

Did You Know?
High school students may take classes at SRJC for free! The $46-per-unit registration fees will be waived. Other course fees, parking fees and an $18 Student Health Services fee are still required.

High School Concurrent Enrollment Program Procedures

Procedural steps to follow before registering for classes:

Each and every semester that a high school student attends Santa Rosa Junior College, he/she is considered a New Student and, therefore, must complete and submit the following to one of the SRJC admissions offices:

  1. Complete an SRJC Application online as a high school student.

  2. A Santa Rosa Junior College Concurrent Enrollment Program Request form.
    Download the pdf version at http://www.santarosa.edu/admissions/concurrent-enrollment.pdf

High school students must complete the two page Santa Rosa Junior College Concurrent Enrollment Program Request with his/her high school counselor who will help select classes that meet his/her educational needs.  Student will only be permitted to register for classes that his/her counselor approves.  Each form needs to be signed by the high school principal and counselor in order to be accepted by SRJC Admissions Offices. This two page form must also be signed by the student and parent.

Please submit all application materials at least 48 hours prior registering for classes.  Once application materials are processed, the student may register for class(es) by one of the following three methods:

  1. Online http://www.santarosa.edu  - click on Student Login

  2. In person with a registration card beginning the day that in person registration begins for the semester in which the student is applying.

Please note - 9th and 10th grade students may require prior approval by Admissions & Records offices in order to assure appropriate course load and selection.

Assessment and Placement

Placement Testing: Placement Testing is required for enrollment in math or English classes.  Because many classes at the college recommend English placement level at English 100, it is advisable to take the English placement test to help you decide if the student is ready to take college-level courses even if not planning to take math or English courses.

Consult the Schedule of Classes or the SRJC Web site (www.santarosa.edu) for test dates and times, or student may call Assessment Services at (707) 527-4661 in Santa Rosa, or (707) 778-3908 in Petaluma.

Note:  Concurrently enrolled high school students may not enroll in any English 300 level courses.  He/she may, however, enroll in English 100 through English 1A, provided placement scores allow enrollment and pre-requisites have been met.

High school concurrently enrolled students who wish to take more than 5.5 units in the Summer semester, or more than 11 units in the Fall and Spring semesters, must file a Petition for Waiver of College Regulations.  The petition should include the following documentation:  A high school transcript, and a letter from their high school counselor on high school letterhead indicating the student's ability to succeed in 5.5+ units in the Summer semesters, or 11+ units during Fall or Spring semesters.

An Application for Admission for the semester in which the student is applying, must be submitted before the Santa Rosa Junior College Concurrent Enrollment Program Request form can be processed.

Questions or comments about this page may be directed to admininfo@santarosa.edu.

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