Santa Rosa Junior College
Santa Rosa Junior College student understand that deciding which college to attend is among the most important lifetime decisions you will make. At SRJC you can look forward to an exceptional and challenging educational experience no matter what your academic and job training goals are.
Among the first-rank community colleges in California and the nation, SRJC’s students, faculty, staff, and administrators share a common purpose: To foster respect and support for each student as a valued member of a welcoming, high quality learning community. What is required of you is a readiness to be challenged and the willingness to engage in all that the College has to offer.
About the Certificate Program:
SRJC offers a broad array of occupational certificate programs that provide a course of study preparing students directly for employment or self-employment upon completion of the program. Most certificate programs are developed through the collaboration of SRJC faculty and industry leaders and employers who sit on Advisory Committees for the occupational disciplines. There are two types of certificates recognized by the College: Certificates of Achievement and Skills Certificates.
Santa Rosa Junior College is committed to maintaining the academic rigor and relevance of its occupational curriculum. Each occupational program has an employer advisory committee to provide occupational outlook information and give input to the curriculum, ensuring that students are learning the skills needed by industry. Whether the student is exploring career choices following high school, considering a major career move, or seeking new skills for advancement, a wide variety of training options are available through these certificate programs.
Admissions & Records
The Admissions, Records & Enrollment Development services provide critical support for the matriculation and instructional goals of District students. Its primary mission is to ensure open and equitable student access and assure that enrollment, record management and distribution, student confidentiality, grading, attendance accounting and reporting are consistently maintained and updated as state, Federal and District policies change. The department operates offices on both the Santa Rosa and Petaluma campuses.
Assessment & GED Services Centers offer both appointment and drop-in scheduling options for placement testing at the Santa Rosa and Petaluma Campuses. We recommend you arrive early as latecomers will not be admitted after the test begins and seating is limited. Also, there are study guides online and you can pick one up at the Assessment & GED Services Centers.
- Application to SRJC is required
- Photo I.D. is required
- Know your SRJC Student I.D. number
- Both appointment and drop-in scheduling options available
- All testing materials provided
Since Orientation is the best way for you to begin your college experience, they offer four formats to give you the most flexibility to meet your individual orientation needs.
All of the orientation formats include:
- Information that helps you navigate the admissions and registration process
- An introduction to college resources
- Ideas that help you be a successful student
- An overview of college regulations as well as your rights and responsibilities
- A spot in the priority registration system (up until Open Registration)
- Assistance in creating an educational plan to match your goals
The mission of the Counseling Department at Santa Rosa Junior College is to provide counseling, instruction, and services which assist individuals in attaining their educational, occupational, and personal/life goals.
The Counseling Department promotes and supports diversity of culture and learning and, as an integral part of the educational community, seeks to enhance the lives of those who participate in their programs and enroll in their courses.
Paying for College
SRJC’s low tuition for California state residents makes your education and career training easily within reach. SRJC’s generous financial aid package offers federal financial aid grants and loans, state grants, and local scholarships, including the unique Doyle Scholarship program. Most low-income students are also eligible for a Board of Governors Enrollment Fee Waiver (BOG), which waives enrollment fees.Tags: Nursing Careers, Nursing College Courses, Nursing College Programs, Nursing Colleges, Nursing Schools,
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