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Being a transfer student means that you are beginning your bachelor's degree right here at Santa Rosa Junior College. Like other community colleges, SRJC offers "lower division" (freshman and sophomore) General Education and major preparation courses equivalent to those at a university. After you transfer, you will complete your "upper division" (junior and senior) coursework and graduate from the university.

SRJC offers a rigorous course of study to prepare students for success when they transfer to four-year colleges or universities. The Transfer Center helps make the transition a smooth one.

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

The Transfer Center offers a variety of services and resources to help students prepare for and make a smooth transition from SRJC to the university system.

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