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Where do SRJC students go to university? Unfortunately, comprehensive information is not available, so we do not know how many students transfer to independent and out-of-state schools. The links below provide information about the number of students who have transferred to the California State University and the University of California. There is also a table that tracks the time it has taken for SRJC students to prepare to transfer, whether they actually transfer or not.

Flow of Transfer Students from Santa Rosa Junior College to the UC, CSU, and independent colleges and Universities
1990-1991 through 2012-2013 (PDF: 70KB)

Ethnic Distribution of Community College Transfer Students to the University of California and the California State University
Full-Year 1996-97 through 2009-10 (pdf: 62KB)

Annual CSU Transfers from SRJC
1999-2000 through 2012-2013 (pdf: 151KB)

Annual UC Transfers from SRJC
2003-2004 through 2012-2013 (pdf: 85KB)



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