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Reviews 762 total reviews with an average rating of 3.8

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5 College Junior

Campus Resources: There are many resources on campus. The SRJC offers lots of programs and support. They treat you with respect,personally they have protected me since day one. They helped my come out of the closet and educated me on whats its like to be gay. They also make sure the I am doing my absolute best I can do. They have helped fund me because my family gave up on me. They gave me hope that I thought was forever lost.

4 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: The best place to get financial aid and scholarship information is from the financial aid office. The counseling office is hit or miss, and most counselors don't know enough. The financial aid office is not super helpful, but they have all of the forms and can help push you in the right direction. The best place to go for scholarships is the SRJC's website.

4 College Freshman

Career Services: This is a junior college, so most people are looking to transfer after, but there are a lot of certificate programs. The SRJC has a large automotive and machine shop building. The machine shop is under new management and is expecting more funding for new machines. The school also has medical programs like nursing and x-ray that are very competitive and create a lot of jobs.

5 College Freshman

Academic Experience: The engineering program I believe is one of the best for a junior college. The atmosphere is competitive and challenging, but everyone works together and helps each other. Many students say that the workload is comparable to a 4 year university in difficulty, so this school is a great preparation for that.

5 College Freshman

Academic Experience: The Santa Rosa Junior College has been ranked in the top two JC's in the nation for years. Many students are getting letters of recommendation for scholarships and internships from teachers that have been a big part in their education. The work load is different for different people, but 12 semester units is usually a pretty good load. I am currently taking 7 classes including 3 engineering classes, differential equations, and modern physics. This is a huge work load and is only possible by not working and getting 3-5 hours of sleep a night.

5 College Freshman

Campus Resources: As an engineering student, I have many resources to help my studies. These include a well-organized MESA program, big library with a tutorial center on the first floor with tutors for most subjects, a math lab with tutors for math, and the engineering library. I have also used the writing center where they have staff that can help with essays and resumes. The campus is well maintained with a friendly staff.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: nothing has been to stressful and the flexibility here is very helpful.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: this school is in the top ten in the nation.

3 College Junior

Online Courses: I enjoy online classes because the work can be done on ones own and I am a person who likes to work alone on projects. the online experience was very beneficial for me and I enjoyed it very much.

3 College Junior

Student Body: I think that this school is very diverse with many students of every kind of social and economic background and it is very open and diverse with culture.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: we have a wonderful lady who works in financial aid and the students who work in the financial aid department are always so helpful.

3 College Junior

Career Services: I don't entirely know how the post-grad services are but I am hoping to make some connections along my journey through school to help me with my overall career goals.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: I am a double major, and with both programs they both seem very fitting. I think the workload and curriculum are very helpful and useful for where I want to go with my career.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: I've found that almost every professor that I've encountered has been more than helpful and that they seem to make time for their students. we have a writing center that is very helpful and beneficial to students and a tutoring center on the first floor where are library is located.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: we have a lot of services that are offered to students and as a junior college we are one of the best in the nation.

5 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: The flexibility of my classes is very easy, I don't have to worry about being late to any of my classes or to work after. The Jc is amazing at providing classes all day to even 9 in the afternoon. I feel at ease when I'm able to feel relaxed in the free time I have between classes and work.

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: Santa Rosa Junior College is very unique in my point of view because the school has so much diversity where your able to see the differences in many cultures in the open mini "plaza" we have in front of the library and book store. You don't see people judge the dancers, singers, artists, actors/actresses... you don't see any hate against anyone, you see everyone minding their own business and letting everyone be themselves without the criticism. The best environment I am glad to be in. The students and the people are so friendly where some even open doors, some pick up garbage that has been dropped, Civilization restored.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: The Junior College has many courses to offer, it is one of the best in the state and can help those finish their Associate degree here much easier and cheaper because the school is for everyone to go first before leaving to an expensive university. If someone asked me what school they want to go first, I would tell them the JC is the place for them to start.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: The school has allowed many people to enter the school and recruit many students in other things like the military or the religious people that stand around giving you information that isn't relevant to the school, or like someone offering you free cellphone service with free cellphones, he might be a scammer, who knows. What can I say though, its an open campus anyways. The career center is amazing though, they will help you get a job while you're in school and also help with your internship.

4 College Junior

Student Body: The JC accepts everyone no matter what ethnic you are, what level of financial you are in, any political party you are, neither religious or sexuality. It accepts everyone and if everyone is accepted then those who were accepted also treat others with respect. Everyone here treats everyone equally there is no differences that I have heard or seen.

2 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I live with my dad at home but the financial services will not help me out because my dad makes to "much" and yet I'm paying like 800+ for my tuition from pocket where im working my butt off for and cannot still pay it off completely. I need financial help but even if I put myself independent and yet financial aid doesn't allow me to get any help because I am still under my dads roof. I am working hard at my job to save up for my school. I have already paid like 3 semesters out of pocket from 400 to 800+ for my tuition. Also the teachers here need to really pay attention to what a student will spend on books here at school because some cost like 200 and it says its required for the course but the student never gets to use it... then you get back only half of what you spent or nothing at all.

4 College Junior

Career Services: The career center here at the JC is very open, the counselors will help with choosing the classes you need to succeed. For like the career of Police here in the JC is unlimited. The teachers, counselors and students would guide you in the right direction to get to where you need to be. Its great.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: This school has one of the best Administration of Justice courses in the state. It helps students learn advance courses to then be able to transfer. I am enrolled in the AJ classes to be a police man. They are a couple of internships I can do like the Campus Police or big brand name companies like retail for the mall or macy's or others to become a security guard or a detective. It is amazing to be enrolled here, so many opportunities that i have.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: The professors here at school are amazing, they have so much experience that you cannot believe how smart they are. Some are so used to it that they don't even need a paper to talk from. They have skills that will teach those who are in their class. They have very limited time to help out students but when it comes to it outside of class it gets the job done. The JC has also study options for every building where it's open almost all day. In the study places, it has tutors and teachers there for the specific subject. They use their time of the day to help those who need it to succeed because that's how cool the teachers are here at Santa Rosa Junior College.

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: The Junior College has so many resources that helps every individual in the school succeed with their career. Great counselors, great teachers and one of the best Junior Colleges in the state is what I was told. Very Lucky to be here. Thank You Santa Rosa Junior College.

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Santa Rosa Junior College isn't a stereotypical junior college. It is filled with a diverse group of students eager to learn and move on with their intended majors. The academic life is quite elite for a junior college. The campus gives the feeling of an old prestigious institution. Not only do the buildings give students the feeling of attending a private institution, but the teachers are also of great quality and are all very passionate about the subjects they teach.

Between the array of classes offered and the superb athletic teams, SRJC has created a community among students and the residents of Santa Rosa. The school was intended to be a feeder school for the University of California system, and still is to this day, with a special program designed for the direct transfer of students to various UC campuses. Students who attend SRJC can transfer to four-year universities with confidence. 

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