July 23, 2018, Santa Rosa – Becoming Independent (BI), one of our region’s strongest nonprofits serving people with developmental disabilities, will host the BI Olympics at Santa Rosa Junior College’s (SRJC’s) Sypher Baseball Field on Friday, August 10. One hundred athletes from across the North Bay will compete in seven events that will include both individual and team sports. Opening ceremonies will begin at 11:00 a.m., with an award ceremony commencing at 12:30 p.m. This year’s Olympics... Continue Reading
July 10, 2018, Santa Rosa – The North Coast Macintosh Users Group, also known as NCMUG, has dissolved after 34 years of service to the Apple Computer community and donated $33,000 in remaining funds to a Santa Rosa Junior College scholarship the group established in 2008. Named the North Coast Macintosh Users Group Roger Levit Memorial Scholarship after one of its founding members, the endowment funds annual scholarships for SRJC students taking computer classes and pursuing technology careers... Continue Reading
June 27, 2018--Santa Rosa Junior College will host the fourth annual Christopher Silva SRJC Food & Wine Classic on Sunday, July 8, 2018, 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the B. Robert Burdo Culinary Arts Center. There will also be a VIP Reception with Senator Mike McGuire beginning at 1:00 p.m., which will include music by The Zins, special library wine tastings and gourmet appetizers from well-known local chefs. This fundraising event will feature over 20 premier Sonoma County wineries pouring a... Continue Reading
SRJC Sustainability Project - Measure H funds at work Emeritus Lot and Bech Lot are CLOSED 5/28/18 – 8/19/18 for the installation of Solar Panels. These lots will be open as of 8/20/18. Additional available Campus Parking Bech Annex is open Elliot Temporary Lot is open Bear Cub Way is open Scholars Way is open Student Parking in Lot C is open Mendocino Parking Lot, behind the Campus Market at 1880 Mendocino Avenue, is open Additional available Staff Parking Emeritus Lot Staff Only... Continue Reading
June 6, 2018 – Santa Rosa Junior College’s (SRJC) Culinary Café, in the B. Robert Burdo Culinary Arts Center, opens for the summer session on Wednesday, June 27. Students at the Culinary Café prepare, cook and serve a menu of seasonal salads, soups, sandwiches, pizzas, entrees and desserts. The Café also serves award-winning Russian River Valley wines produced by SRJC’s Shone Farm Winery. The Culinary Café opens for lunch at 11:30 a.m. and serves until 2:00 p.m., Wednesday through Friday.... Continue Reading
College officials urge action on student housing Austin Walsh San Mateo Daily Journal Staff 9/30/19 Student housing development, Santa Rosa Junior College, community collegehttps://www.smdailyjournal.com/news/local/college-officials-urge-action-on-student-housing/article_1899a07c-e326-11e9-96de-4ba80d1c0ba6.html New Spokane community college president aims to provide stability Chad Sokol The Lewiston Tribune 9/29/19 Kimberlee Messina, Santa Rosa Junior College, Spanish instructor,... Continue Reading
NEW STUDENTS APPLY NOW FINANCIAL AID WELCOME CENTER SRJC AT A GLANCE Founded in 1918 and fully accredited Serving approximately 37,000 students annually Offering over 110 Majors and nearly 160 Certificate Programs Most affordable choice in Sonoma County - $46/unit Over 1,400 SRJC Students are eligible to transfer to a 4-year university each year. Over 50 active student clubs, one of the highest number in California Community Colleges 5... Continue Reading
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