Santa Rosa Junior College (SRJC)   



Dual Enrollment: Taking Classes at the SRJC While in High School

SRHS is very fortunate that they happen to be located right next door to a nationally renowned Community College, Santa Rosa Junior College. Many students are able to access SRJC while they are still attending high school.  These students are referred to as Dual Enrollment Students. Dual Enrollment Students DO NOT have to pay any tuition while taking courses at SRJC (books and fees are not included in waiver). 

If a student wants to take a JC course, they should start by looking at the online SRJC course catalog: Once a course of interest is found, please check to make sure the course does not have a prerequisite stated. Dual Enrollment students planning on taking English at the JC MUST complete a guided self-placement test before registering for courses. The guided self-placement is available online and can be accomplished at home at the students’ own pace. If the course you want to take does not have a prerequisite, then please check in with your counselor during “drop in” hours, and they will guide you from there. The SRJC high school liaison for SRHS is Colleen Olmstead and you can contact her with any questions of if you need assistance with anything related to the SRJC: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Attending the SRJC After High School 

There are SRJC "STEPS TO SUCCESS" that will help students make a smooth transition to the SRJC after graduation from high school. The complete list of these steps are found here:


Affording the SRJC

SRJC for Free is the college's initiative to help students pursue their community college degree, tuition-free. And now it's available for a second year!

Santa Rosa Junior College believes that all students are entitled to higher education and is dedicated to providing students the opportunity to achieve their educational goals. To qualify, be sure to fill out your FAFSA or Dream Act application.


  • First-time college students - regardless of financial need
  • Second-year students are also now eligible if they were also eligible during their first year. It is not required that they received funding for the first year.

SRJC for Free recipients must:

  • Be California residents or AB 540
  • Be enrolled in 12 units
  • Currently not receiving the California College Promise Grant
  • Have completed a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or California Dream Act Application (CADAA)
  • Other restrictions may apply

Doyle Scholarship:

In addition to the SRJC for Free, the Doyle Scholarship Program provides additional financial assistance to qualified local high school graduates who attend Santa Rosa Junior College. The Doyle Scholarship paired with the rigor and relevance of the courses, often makes SRJC the best choice for many people furthering their education. The Doyle Scholarship is available to students with an unweighted GPA of 2.0 and above. Students can receive up to $1,700/year, depending on the number of units that they take.

Doyle Scholarship

SRJC Financial Aid Office

SRJC Scholarship Office

SRJC Cost of Attendance


Applying to the SRJC

Prior to applying to the SRJC, it is highly recommended that seniors take COUN 270 at the SRJC. COUN 270 is a 9 hour introduction to college course which helps students learn about the SRJC and plan their coursework. It also allows for students to have priority registration when signing up for JC classes which means that they can sign up for classes before other students. This is important as classes at the JC fill up quickly.

How to Register for Classes

SRJC Application


Helpful Resources

Community College 101

SRJC Welcome and Connect Center

SRJC Disability Resource Department

SRJC Transfer Center

SRJC Dream Center

SRJC Career Hub

SRJC Services for Online Learners

SRJC Counseling Department

SRJC Online Counseling Services

SRJC Admissions and Records


Legal Notices


Each year, the Sonoma County SELPA is required to develop an Annual Budget and Annual
Service Plan for submission to the CDE. A Public Hearing by the Superintendents' Council
is required prior adoption. Notice of this Public Hearing must be posted in each LEA and each school site immediately
upon receipt to ensure it is posted at least fifteen (15) days prior to the Hearing (Education
Code 56205 (b) (2)). The Public Hearing is scheduled for Monday, June 7, 2021 beginning at 8:00 a.m.

Title I

Non-Discrimination/Title IX

The Santa Rosa City School district prohibits, at any district school or school activity, discrimination, intimidation, harassment (including sexual harassment) or bullying based on a person’s actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, nationality/national origin, immigration status, ethnic group identification/ethnicity, age, religion, marital status/ pregnancy/ parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, medical information or association with a person or group with one of more of these actual or perceived characteristics. This shall apply when applicable, to interns, volunteers, and job applicants.  For questions or complaints, please contact District Equity and Title IX Compliance Officer: (For Students Grades K-6) Anna-Maria Guzman, Assistant Superintendent Teaching & Learning, 707-890-3800 X80302; (For Students Grades 7-12) Patty Turner, Director SAFE, 707-890-3800 X80418; (For Employees) Stacy Spector, Assistant Superintendent Human Resources, 707-890-3800 X80602; 211 Ridgway Ave., Santa Rosa,  CA  95401

Williams Act Compliance