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Santa Rosa, CA
Tuition (in-state)
$6,652 ($1,278)
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5 College Student

Campus Resources: The staff at the SRJC are all nice and friendly people. They want you to feel at home and welcomed. They also will help you with anything you need to feel safe and welcomed on campus.

5 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: I have a learning disability and they were very helpful

5 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: I had to do a few group projects in the lab and they worked pretty good. I was surprised at how much we could do at a school computer lab. Printing was easy as well

4 College Freshman

Campus Resources: There are lots of resources to help students.

4 College Freshman

Campus Resources: Everything you need is made available


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Rankings View more rankings . . .

  • 6th
    Best Dining Options
  • 20th
    Best Recreational Facilities
  • 468th
    Best Discount Software
  • 664th
    Best Research Labs

Student Author OverviewWhat's This?

Santa Rosa Junior College has a beautiful, well maintained campus. Students spend most of their leisure time relaxing underneath the oak trees that enclose the area. Amenities include a brand new track and field complex, a multi-level parking pavilion, and a cafeteria. Parking was once a downfall at SRJC, but with the help of the community, the administration listened to the voices of their students and built a parking structure that can take the hassle out of having to find a parking spot. The organic cafeteria is the newest addition to the SRJC campus with food from all around the world; it is more like the cafeteria of a four-year university than a junior college. Students spend most of their time in the cafeteria socializing with other students in the fall.

All of the campus buildgins are constructed with brick and ivy, and it is hard to tell which buildings are new and which are old. The architecture gives off the feeling of attending a university built in the 1900s with lots of history. The campus is also full of great resourceful locations, such as: the math lab, the computer center, the media center, the tutorial center, the writing lab, the library, and the student services center, which assist students with medical help. The library is a four-story building filled with hundreds of computers, books, a text book reserve center, and a laptop reserve center. SRJC makes sure that all of its students are supplied with all the materials to succeed in their coursework.

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Campus Events/Traditions
  • Student Film Festival: The Student Film Festival is a new tradition at SRJC where students send in films they have directed themselves to be viewed by others. Some films may win a prize.
  • Transfer Fair: Every fall semester, the SRJC campus holds a Transfer Fair where representatives from colleges around the world come and set up booths. It is the most favored event held on campus. Most students at SRJC attend for a few years and then transfer to a four-year institution. The Transfer Fair helps students open up their eyes to the different possibilities that they have when it comes to schools.
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Did You Know?
  • Santa Rosa Junior College has its own museum, culinary arts center, and art gallery.
  • Besides the organic cafeteria, SRJC has little food kiosks throughout campus for busy students to grab some food on their way to class.

Student Polls

How necessary is it to own a computer?      Based on 120 responses

  • 37% Very necessary. My classes require one, I take online classes, and/or the campus doesn't provide many computers.
  • 50% Sometimes necessary. Having your own is helpful, but computers are readily available on campus.
  • 13% Not very necessary. If I need a computer, I can go to one of the many computer labs on campus.

How student-friendly is the school's administration?    Based on 110 responses

  • 13% Not very. I feel like I am just a number here.
  • 87% Very friendly. I am treated like a real person here, not just a number.



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