Santa Rosa Junior College

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Santa Rosa Junior College

Two-Year School

Programs Offered

Associate's Degree, Certificate
Located in beautiful northern California, Santa Rosa Junior College has been providing affordable academic excellence since 1918.

Region:

San Francisco Bay

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Region

San Francisco Bay

Locations

1501 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 95401

Demographics

Undergraduate Enrollment

0

Graduate Enrollment

0

International Student Enrollment

0

Student/Faculty Ratio

20:1

Top International Student Countries

China, Ivory Coast, Japan, Kenya, Vietnam

Santa Rosa Junior College

Get to know us

Santa Rosa Junior College (SRJC) is located in Sonoma County, which is the heart of northern California’s breathtakingly beautiful Wine Country. With the Pacific Ocean to the west, the Sierra Nevada Mountains to the east, and several lakes and rivers nearby, hiking, sailing, skiing, surfing, rafting, kayaking, and cycling are all easily accessible. San Francisco is easy to get to by public transportation where students can go shopping, ride a world-famous cable car, visit museums, attend festivals, and so much more. SRJC was established in 1918, making it one of the oldest community colleges in California. Visitors can’t help but notice the gorgeous ivy-covered brick buildings, the towering oak trees, the flower gardens, the meandering pathways, and manicured lawns. Without a doubt, it is one of the most beautiful campuses in the California Community College System.

With more than 100 majors, the program options are vast. Students can study biology, business, computer studies, engineering, nursing, and more in our state-of-the-art facilities on our main campus in Santa Rosa. SRJC also has a 365- acre farm and a culinary arts center where students can study animal science, culinary arts, enology, sustainable agriculture, viticulture, wine business, and more. Many SRJC students transfer to top-ranked universities across the U.S. and more than 80% of SRJC students who apply to a University of California (UC) campus are accepted.