Since 1918, Santa Rosa Junior College has built a tradition of excellence in higher education, made possible by the skills and commitment of exceptional faculty and staff. We continually seek the best talent to create "...an inclusive, diverse and sustainable learning community that engages the whole person." (Please see SRJC's Strategic Plan for our vision, mission and values.)
Our faculty and staff enjoy a rich intellectual environment, opportunities for public service, personal growth and professional achievement, and a community that allows them to contribute to the development of generations of students who will become engaged contributors to their world. We also enjoy two exceptional campuses that are widely regarded as some of the most beautiful in the community college system. The Santa Rosa campus features ivy-covered classic architecture and heritage oaks. The Petaluma campus, equally beautiful, features modern architecture and vistas of the rolling hills of south Sonoma County.
We embrace differences among our students, as well as our staff: instructors, coaches, counselors, chefs, sustainability advocates, administrators, researchers, innovators, office assistants, artists, programmers, custodians, budget analysts, librarians, and so much more. We work together to accomplish our mission: "to passionately cultivate learning through the creative, intellectual, physical, social, emotional, aesthetic and ethical development of our diverse community." We hope that you choose to become a part of this wonderful tradition, the SRJC family!
A Place To Live
Sonoma County's stunning forests, vineyards and hills, pristine coast, Russian River and rich cultural options are located just 60 miles north of San Francisco, offering a perfect place to live year round. Millions of tourists visit the county annually for its varied recreational and arts activities, mild climate, and friendly citizens of diverse cultures. The county's population is nearly 500,000. The two largest cities are home to SRJC's two beautiful campuses: Santa Rosa has over 171,000, and Petaluma, approximately 60,000 residents. Learn More