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Santa Rosa Junior College is a community college located in the city of Santa Rosa, California with an additional campus in Petaluma and centres in surrounding Sonoma County.
Santa Rosa Junior College (SRJC) is known for academic excellence, superb faculty and staff, comprehensive student services and beautiful facilities. Nearly 100 years old, this beloved community institution enrols approximately 28,000 students each semester. SRJC is dedicated to making higher education accessible to all and removing barriers to our students’ success. Student life is vibrant, with over 40 clubs, conference-winning athletic teams, nationally ranked speech and debate teams, and outstanding theatre arts, music and dance programs.
SRJC offers lower tuition costs than universities. Students can complete the first two years of a bachelor degree program at SRJC at a lower cost and then transfer to a university for the last two years to complete the bachelor degree requirements. In addition, English language courses are available. SRJC has transfer agreements with UC and CSU systems and a Transfer Centre to help students prepare for a smooth transition from SRJC to the university system.
SRJC offers a strong general education program for students planning to transfer to four-year colleges and universities and more than 160 Career Technical Education programs designed to prepare students for careers in the workforce. The College grants both Associate in Arts (A.A.) and Associate in Sciences (A.S.) degrees.
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SRJC is not only a great place for me to gain knowledge, and to prepare for my career, but it is also a place for me to enjoy my college life and explore new things. With good support services, superb college instruction and a great learning community, SRJC is giving me an opportunity to develop and to expand my abilities. And if anyone asks me how I would grade my college life right now, I would answer them that I would give it an A plus.