Santa Rosa Junior College (SRJC) is a two–year community college located in Sonoma County, California. Founded in 1918, Santa Rosa Junior College is regarded as one of the nation’s premier two–year colleges, offering university-level courses. It is known for academic excellence, superb faculty, comprehensive student services, and excellent facilities.

 

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 the UC and CSU systems and a Transfer Center to help students prepare for a smooth transition from SRJC to a four-year college or university.  

 

The top transfer destinations for SRJC students include Sonoma State University, CSU San Francisco, CSU Sacramento, UC Davis, University of Phoenix, CSU Sacramento, CSU Chico and UC Berkeley.

 

The SRJC Foundation provides scholarships to students - both local and non–resident students.  International students who have completed 12 semester units at the college may apply for a variety of scholarships.

 


 

Top Reasons Why Students Choose Santa Rosa Junior College:

 

  • SRJC offers 1,898 courses, 2,500 sections,106 majors and 163 certificates.

  • SRJC Foundation recently ranked No.1 in the nation among the top 1,500 Community Colleges for fundraising.

  • Santa Rosa Junior College is one of the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to a 2013 recent survey conducted by the Chronicle of Higher Education.

  • SRJC Work Experience and Internship Program was recognized for excellence in program quality and for student success with the 2013 Outstanding Two Year College Award by California Internship & Work Experience Association.

  • A recent survey showed that students who completed their certificate or vocational program at SRJC earn an average of 41 percent more in hourly wages.

  • SRJC offers a thousand of scholarships for international students.

  • Ranking number 3 in the University of California Transfer Admission Rate (78% acceptance rate in 2012-2013).

 

Popular Majors:

  • Agriculture Sciences

  • Architecture

  • Art

  • Sciences

  • Business Administration

  • Child Development

  • Computer Sciences

  • Electronic Technology

  • Engineering Technologies

  • Fashion Studies

  • Nursing

  • Interior Design

  • Liberal Arts

  • Physical Education

  • Social Sciences

 

Sonoma County lies just 60 minutes north of San Francisco in the heart of California’s beautiful wine country. Grapes, fruit, farms, fishing, and wine production make this area one of the country’s top tourist destinations, attracting over 7 million visitors per year. There are more than 256 days of blue skies and sunshine per year in Santa Rosa and the college’s location is widely considered to be one of the best in the entire United States.

 

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