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Helping Pay Your Way

There are so many scholarships, grants, financial aid, and loans available to you to pay for training and education in health care.
SRJC Scholarship
SRJC Financial Aid
Sonoma County Community Foundation
SSU Financial Aid/Scholarships
FAFSA
10,000 Degrees

AB 540 Information

Tuition rates are now more affordable for immigrant students interested in attending California's accredited public community colleges and universities.

Under AB 540, students who meet ALL of the outlined requirements will qualify to pay in-state tuition.

To qualify a student must:

  • Attend a California high school for 3 or more years
  • Graduate from a California high school or receive the equivalent general education diploma GED in California
  • Register or be currently enrolled in a California Community College, California State University, or a University of California
  • Sign a statement with the college or university (NOT with INS) stating that he/she will apply for legal residency as soon as he/she is eligible to do so.

For more information please call the Admission and Records office at (707) 527-4685.

 

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