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American Association of University Women (AAUW)
Advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, and research.

Assessment & GED Services
Provides placement tests that will help students determine the right place for them to begin their studies at SRJC. GED tests are also administered here.

Career Center
Offers students an opportunity to access your skills, interests, and values so they can get a better idea of who they are and what they want to do through career testing.

College Skills
Offers open-entry, open-exit Basic Skills Labs to help students brush up and improve reading, writing and/or math skills, as well as prepare for the GED test.

Counseling Department
Provides counseling, instruction, and services which assist individuals in attaining their educational, occupational and person/life goals.

Disability Resources
Provides people with disabilities equal access to a community college education through specialized instruction, disability-related support services, and advocacy activities.

Financial Aid
Provides assistance with the issues and questions that may arise as students finance their education at SRJC.

Libraries
Access the Frank P. Doyle Library on the Santa Rosa Campus and the Mahoney Library on the Petaluma Campus to view media, search the extensive catalog, utilize the tutorial center, computer stations and/or study rooms, visit the Art Gallery, and find many other venues that support student learning.

Scholarship Programs
Designed to help students locate and apply for scholarships throughout the community, statewide, and across the nation.

Transfer Center
Available to meet the needs of students preparing to transfer to a bachelor's degree program by providing accurate, up-to-date information and a set of coordinated resources, activities, and services that support the transfer process.

The Adult Student Center
Your resource for inspiration and information on returning to and succeeding in college - at any age!

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Santa Rosa Junior College is officially accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges