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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Student Affairs?

Student Affairs is the hub of all student activities at Santa Rosa Junior College.  The Student Affairs Office is the place to go for general information and assistance, postage stamps, ticket sales, travel information, International Student ID Cards and Club Banking.

The Office has a free phone, off campus housing board, ride board, mailboxes for student government officers, clubs and members of college-wide committees.

The Student Affairs has two mottoes: "We're here to help" and "If we don't know, we'll find out." For more information see the about Student Affairs page.

Do I need a Student Identification Card?

You will need a Student ID Card to check materials out of the library, use computer labs and to cash checks at the bookstore. To find out how to receive an ID card, go to http://www.santarosa.edu/for_students/student_resources/cybear/. We are located in the Bertolini Student Center, 1st Floor, east end, Cybear/ID area.

How do I arrange a tour of the Santa Rosa Campus?

Individuals or groups are welcome for hour long tours that cover the entire SRJC campus, beginning in the Student Affairs Office.  Reservations can be made by calling (707) 527-4424 or stop by the Student Affairs Office to schedule a tour.  Tours may be scheduled Monday - Friday 9 AM - 5 PM.

What are the benefits of an International Student Identity Card (ISIC)?

The ISIC entitles you to special student airfares, discounts in over 90 countries, and basic accident and sickness insurance coverage.  Check out their web site for a more complete listing of discounts at http://www.ciee.org.

How does a student obtain an International Student Identity Card (ISIC)?

  • You must receive verification of your enrollment with an embossed stamp (obtained in the Admissions and Records Office in Bailey Hall).
  • Provide one passport size photograph.
  • Submit a $22.00 check made out to the Student Affairs Office Trust (SAO Trust).
  • Allow at least a 4 day process period.

What is a Senior Citizen Gold Card?

The College, through the cooperation of the Student Government, Arts & Lectures Committee, Library, Office of Community Education and the Administration, has made the Senior Citizen's Gold Card available free to all persons 60 years of age and older.  This is a photo ID card and we will need to see proof of age. The following benefits have been made available to Gold Card holders:

  • Reduced admission to some events
  • Use of SRJC Library facilities
  • Reduced SRJC parking fees

You may obtain a Gold Card Monday through Friday, 8 AM - 5 PM in the Cybear/ID area, located in Bertolini Student Center, 1st Floor, east end. Phone (707) 527-4460 to confirm times.

Questions and comments about this page contact dziccone@santarosa.edu.

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