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1 SECTION 4 COLLEGE COMMUNITY Intercollegiate Athletics Bookstores CalWORKs Campus Tours Career Development Services Student Employment Children s Center Community Education Community Involvement Counseling Services Day Under the Oaks Dental Hygiene Clinic Disability Resources Department Distance Education and Online Learning at SRJC District Police Dream Center Extended Opportunity Program and Services (EOPS) Financial Aid First Year Experience (FYE) Forensics Team Gallery and Museum Health Sciences High School Career Pathways to SRJC Honor Societies Housing Off Campus Hispanic Serving Institution, META Institute for Environmental Education Learning Communities at SRJC Library and Media Services MESA California Community College Program Older Adult Program Performing Arts Piner High School SRJC Early College Program Planetarium Puente Project Student Affairs Student Health Services Student Publications Study Abroad Transfer Center Tutorial Center Veterans Benefits Weekend College Flexible Degree Completion Welcome Centers Work Experience Workforce Training Office Disclaimer The Sonoma County Junior College District has made every reasonable effort to ensure the accuracy of the information provided in this Catalog at the time it was published. However, the provisions of this Catalog are not to be regarded as an irrevocable contract between the student and the College. The College reserves the right to change any provision or requirement at any time, taking precautions that such changes do not cause a hardship on students enrolled. Students are advised that the District Policy Manual is the official document which contains the most up-to-date SRJC policies and procedures and governs student academic rights and responsibilities. Students should consult the current Schedule of Classes or the college website www. santarosa.edu for supplementary information. 41

2 Intercollegiate Athletics The Kinesiology, Athletics and Dance Department offers student-athlete participation on 20 intercollegiate athletic teams, serving approximately 500 student-athletes each year. The College belongs to the Northern California Football Association in Football, the Coast Conference for wrestling and the Big 8 Conference for all other sports. Santa Rosa Junior College offers the following sports. (See following box) SRJC abides by the rules and regulations as set forth in the California Community College Athletic Association s (CCCAA) Constitution and Sport Guides, the Big 8 Conference Constitution and Sport Supplements, and the Northern California Football Association Constitution and Supplement. The Athletics Director and the Director of Admissions and Records determine all athletic eligibility. The Athletics Director and the Vice President of Academic Affairs monitor the integrity of the intercollegiate athletic program regarding rules, compliance, eligibility, and competitiveness. The athletic academic counseling staff consists of several identified counselors who understand the special needs of student athletes for eligibility and transfer. Periodic reports on attendance and class progress are requested from each student athlete s instructors. These reports are reviewed by the respective coaches, the athletic director, and, when indicated, the athletic counselors. Any prospective student living outside of the State of California desiring information regarding athletic participation at Santa Rosa Junior College is required to make first contact with the Kinesiology, Athletics and Dance Department. First Contact may be established via the Athletics web page at first_contact_form Office hours for the department are Monday through Friday from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm. The office phone number is (707) The office fax number is (707) The department web page can be found at landing/index. 42 Men s Teams Baseball Basketball Cross Country Football Golf Soccer Swimming/Diving Tennis Track/Field Water Polo Wrestling Women s Teams Basketball Cross Country Soccer Softball Swimming/Diving Tennis Track/Field Volleyball Water Polo Bookstores The college Bookstores operate on both the Santa Rosa and Petaluma campuses. The Bookstore offers new, used, rental, and ebook textbooks, as well as reference and general reading titles. In addition to texts, the stores carry a wide selection of school and office supplies. The Bookstore s Art and Engineering sections carry a comprehensive line of products at competitive prices. The Bookstores also carry sundries, snacks, gifts, clothing, a wide selection of calculators, software at discounted educational pricing, among other items. In all areas of the Bookstores, from the textbook to customer service departments, there is a commitment to provide quality and convenience. Students may also purchase or rent their textbooks and selected merchandise online on the Bookstore Web site at for home delivery or in-store pickup. Both Bookstores also maintain a vending machines where items such as scantrons, blue books, pencils, and other necessities can be purchased after regular Bookstore hours. The vending machines are located in Doyle Library (Santa Rosa Campus) and in the Atrium of the Cafe (Petaluma Campus) During the school year the normal refund policy of two business days applies to general merchandise except electronics, software, course readers, study aids or sale items; which are nonreturnable. TEXTBOOK BUYBACKS To provide the largest number of used texts possible, the Bookstores buy back textbooks yearround. More money will be given if the book is used the following semester. BOOKSTORE REFUND POLICY At the beginning of every semester (fall and spring) a student will have one week from the first day of classes to return any textbook purchased that semester for a full refund, provided they have the current semester receipt and the book is in the same condition as when purchased. The closing date for full refunds is posted in both stores, on the Bookstore website, and on receipts every semester. LOCATION AND HOURS OF OPERATION The Bookstore is located in Pioneer Hall on the Santa Rosa Campus and across from Mahoney Librar y on the Petaluma Campus. The Bookstore s Web page has maps at Santa Rosa Campus normal operating hours: Monday Thursday, 8:00 am 5:30 pm; Friday, 8:00 am 4:00 pm. Petaluma Campus normal operating hours: Monday Thursday, 9:00 am 5:30 pm; Friday, 9:00 am 4:00 pm. CONTACT US Santa Rosa Campus Bookstore: Phone (707) , Fax ; 1501 Mendocino Avenue., Santa Rosa, CA Petaluma Campus Bookstore: Phone (707) , Fax ; 680 Sonoma Mountain Parkway, Petaluma, CA CalWORKs The CalWORKs Program at SRJC serves students who are referred from the Sonoma County Human Services Department, Employment and Training Division, SonomaWORKS Program. Eligible students receive TANF (Temporary Assistance to Needy Families, or welfare) assistance. Students receive specialized counseling services provided by SRJC CalWORKs counselors, as well as support with books and supplies while attending college. In addition, funds are available to cover the costs of child care and transportation while students are attending classes and working. The program also serves Marin, and other, county CalWORKs students attending SRJC. CalWORKs students are eligible for CalWORKs Study, a program that provides paid on-the-job training opportunities at both on- and off-campus job sites. In addition, an employment program provides assistance with job development and placement for CalWORKs students who are completing their educational programs at the College. These employment services assist students in building career ladders toward family self-sufficiency. Students who are receiving welfare or considering applying can contact the CalWORKs office for an additional information. For information about CalWORKs services or welfare regulations and how they impact students, contact the staff at (707) or visit the Web site at CalWORKs is located on the third floor of the Bertolini Student Center. Visit Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 9:00 am 3:00 pm; Wednesday, 9:00 am 6:00 pm; closed on Fridays in June and July. Campus Tours The Student Affairs Office offers free campus tours throughout the year, except on college holidays. Tours are provided Monday Friday between 8:30 am and 3:30 pm. During the Summer Session (June through mid-august) tours are only available Mondays through Thursdays. Reservations are required for all tours and should be made at least one week in advance, but preferably sooner. To make a reservation, contact the Tour Coordinator by calling (707) Be sure to include your phone number, how many people you will bring, and the date and time you would like to have the tour. Santa Rosa Junior College Catalog

3 Career Development Services Career planning is an integral part of the education process. Career Development Services offers resources and services to assist students with choosing a major, making career decisions and developing an educational plan to meet career goals. Job search assistance is available to enrolled students. In Career Development Services students can: browse through a library of career resources Use Career software Pick up handouts relating to career and job search Use the computer lab for job search activities Attend career development workshops Meet with a Career Counselor to: Get help choosing a major Make career decisions Develop an educational plan to meet career goals Take career assessment testing Meet with a Career Advisor to: Learn about job openings Research occupational and labor market information Planning a job search strategy Designing a targeted resume Planning for an interview Each spring the department hosts a Career Expo on the Santa Rosa Campus. Check out our informative Web site with many valuable links at www. santarosa.edu/career. Career Development Services is located in Bertolini Student Center. Hours are Monday Thursday, 8:00 am 5:00 pm and Friday 8:00 am-12:00 pm. For information and a counseling or advising appointment, phone STUDENT EMPLOYMENT The Student Employment office assists all SRJC students and alumni who are seek employment. Services and resources include: ON-CAMPUS JOBS Work up to 20 hours per week Flexible hours available Supportive environment and training Convenient location Opportunities in various departments Federal Work Study position available OFF-CAMPUS JOBS Jobs for both entry level and the highly skilled Part-time and full-time job listings Special event and rush job listings Full-time career opportunities for city, county, and state positions On-campus employer visits Resume Fax service For more information, call (707) or check the Web site, with job listings updated daily at Children s Center Santa Rosa Junior College Children s Center operates a developmentally appropriate program for the children of students, staff, and faculty. The center also serves as a model demonstration program/ lab school for students studying Child Development and as an on-campus teacher training site. The program is funded by the State Department of Education, the Sonoma County Junior College District, EOPS, and parent fees. Subsidized child care is available to eligible families. The guidelines for subsidized care are established by the State Department of Education and priority for subsidized openings is given to children at risk of abuse or neglect and low income families. Fees for these subsidized spots, when applicable, are based on a sliding scale. Nonsubsidized openings are based on our published fee scale. Located in the Call Child Development Center facility on the Santa Rosa Campus, the center serves approximately 100 children ages six months to five years. The program follows the school calendar and is open from 8:30 am until 4:30 pm, Monday Thursday, and 8:30 am 3:00 pm on Fridays during the fall and spring semesters. The center operates with the school calendar and is closed during the summer. The program features environments that are child centered, allowing children freedom and independence to choose their play materials. The center believes that young children learn through play and exploration. We provide a nurturing and safe environment while respecting diverse family backgrounds and accommodating many different learning styles. Additionally, the center has been designated as a demonstration site for the Program for Infant Toddler Caregivers. For more information call (707) or visit Community Education The Community Education Department offers enrichment classes to the community designed for personal interest, business, professional development and lifelong learning. These not-for-credit, fee-supported courses include a wide range of topics in creative arts, computer, culture, food and beverage, languages, music, online, recreation, wellness, travel, and more. Two safety programs are also offered, Alive at 25 and Traffic Violator School. In addition, Community Education coordinates two college programs that contribute to the cultural life of the community, the free Arts & Lectures series, and the Chamber Concert series. The Community Education Bulletin is published in fall, spring, and summer sessions. The office is open August-May, Monday-Friday 9:00 am-12:30pm and 1:30-5:00pm; summer hours (June and July) are Monday-Thursday 9:00am-12:30pm and 1:30-5:00pm; except closed on school holidays and campus closures. For more information: Location: Santa Rosa Campus, Analy Village, Bldg C Phone: (707) Visit: Community Involvement Community Involvement courses enable students to serve their community, pursue their educational experience beyond the College, and further their academic goals on a voluntary basis. For example, participants might volunteer for programs in schools, health-care facilities, community organizations for youth, wildlife services, and environmental projects. Students wanting to register for Community Involvement must first meet with the Community Involvement instructor in the Work Experience Office. After selecting a nonprofit agency to work with, the student develops goals or objectives with the agency supervisor. At the end of the semester, the student writes a report that reflects upon the volunteer experience. The Santa Rosa Campus Work Experience Office is located at 4842 Bertolini Student Center. Hours are Monday Thursday, 8:00 am 5:00 pm, Friday 8:00 am - 12:00 pm. Call The Petaluma Campus Work Experience Office is located in Jacobs Hall, Room PC 116 and is open Monday Thursday, 9:00 am 4:00 pm. Call (707) or visit Counseling Services The mission of the Counseling Department at Santa Rosa Junior College is to provide counseling, instruction, and services that assist individuals in attaining their educational, career training, and personal/life goals. The Counseling Department promotes and supports diversity of culture and learning, and, as an integral part of the educational community, seeks to enhance the lives of those who participate through its programs and enroll in our courses. Counselors are available on a drop-in basis. We will develop long-term academic plans, determine progress toward or eligibility for transfer and/or graduation, deal with probation or dismissal issues, assist in completing a financial aid or other petitions, etc. Santa Rosa Junior College Catalog 43

4 Drop-in is first come, first served with the counselor available at that time. Students can request specific counselors. Due to the large number of students, there are certain times of the academic year when counseling is impacted usually in May, June, July, August, December, and January. Waiting time may be one to two hours. To avoid the lengthy wait and rushed atmosphere, students should plan ahead and earn Early Bird Priority 1A registration. To plan for the fall semester, see a counselor during spring before the end of April. To plan for the spring semester, see a counselor before the end of October. ACADEMIC COUNSELING Counselors help students clarify their goals and provide accurate and timely information about Career Technical Education programs and transfer and degree requirements. New students are strongly encouraged to meet with a counselor to create a MAP, My Academic Plan. Continuing students should continue to meet with a counselor at regular intervals to evaluate and adjust their MAP. While creating a MAP, students and counselors will consider educational options together, review requirements, and select appropriate courses and/or options. CAREER COUNSELING Counselors assist students in the career planning process. This may include exploring interests, values, and goals; researching and reviewing career options; planning appropriate courses to achieve goals; and referring to services, resources, and career development courses. PERSONAL COUNSELING Counselors assist students in exploring personal concerns and life circumstances that may be affecting academic performance. Counselors will refer students to Student Psychological Services in Student Health Services for ongoing personal counseling or to intervene in crisis situations. Santa Rosa Campus: Bertolini Student Center, (707) Petaluma Campus: Kathleen Doyle Hall, Room PC 116, (707) For further information, visit Day Under the Oaks One of SRJC s most popular traditions, Day Under the Oaks (DUO) is the College s annual open house and community education fair. For over 30 years, this free and festive event has been held on the Santa Rosa Campus for all Sonoma County residents, offering over 125 diverse booths and activities that provide a world of fun and discovery. With something of interest for all ages, DUO features hands-on learning activities, exhibits, and spectacular presentations, including the Native American celebration, live jazz, dance performances, and Planetarium shows. There s delicious food, sports exhibitions, and crafts booths featuring local artists, and much, much more! Some of the most popular DUO activities are SRJC s academic and career technical demonstrations that reflect SRJC s broad educational options to students, such as cutting-edge technology, culinary arts, physics, and engineering. DUO welcomes nearly 10,000 attendees each year to this informative event in a most beautiful setting. Contact (707) or visit Dental Hygiene Clinic SRJC s Dental Hygiene Clinic is located on the first floor of the Race Building. The clinic is open to students and the community for dental hygiene services, including cleanings, root planning, fluoride treatment, x-rays, and sealants. For further information and appointments, call (707) Disability Resources Department The Disability Resources Department (DRD) facilitates equal access for qualified students to community college education through services, academic accommodations and specialized instruction. Students with verified disabilities who are able to benefit from college level instruction are encouraged to request services through this department. DRD serves students with a variety of disabilities, including, but not limited to: mobility, sensory, learning, psychological, chronic health conditions and acquired brain injuries. Services include specialized academic advising focusing on individual abilities and limitations, disability management counseling, and equipment loan services. Qualifying students may be authorized to receive academic accommodations including extra time for exams, mobility assistants, sign language interpreters or note takers. See schedule of classes for DRD course offerings. Disability Resources Department offices are located on the Santa Rosa Campus in Bertolini Student Center. Hours: Monday-Thursday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM and Friday 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM. On the Petaluma Campus, Jacobs Hall, Room PC 101, hours are Monday-Thursday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM and Friday 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM. F o r a d d i t i o n a l i n f o r m a t i o n, c o n t a c t (707) in Santa Rosa or (707) in Petaluma. Visit us on the Web at DRD.santarosa.edu. ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY PROGRAM Students with an acquired brain injury due to trauma, tumor, neurological disease, or stroke may apply for services in the Disability Resources Department. Services may include specialized classes, academic advising, registration assistance, academic accommodations, disability management counseling, and referral to college and community resources. To qualify, students must provide written verification of brain injury by a medical doctor. In addition, they must be able to benefit from classes, and navigate the campus independently or provide an attendant. For more information, call (707) ADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION The Adapted P. E. Program at SRJC offers a variety of exercise classes (swimming, water exercise, weight training, functional movement) for students with physical limitations. Instructors help students develop personalized exercise programs. If one to one assistance is needed to participate in class (including getting on and off machines, dressing for swimming, restroom assistance, etc.) it is the student s responsibility to provide an attendant for this. For more information, call (707) DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING Students who are Deaf or hard of hearing may be eligible for services through the Disability Resources Department. Students work with a Deaf and hard of hearing specialist to clarify educational and career goals, plan their schedule, and arrange for the accommodations necessary to succeed in college. Accommodations may include sign language interpreters, note takers, assistive listening devices, and real-time captioning. For additional information, contact (707) /voice or (707) /VP. ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY CENTER The Assistive Technology Center provides referral based assessment and instruction in the use of assistive technology and alternate media for students with physical, sensory, learning, and cognitive disabilities at both the Santa Rosa and Petaluma campuses. The ATC also provides computer access utilizing adapted hardware and software and facilitates computer access for students with disabilities in SRJC district computer labs and public access locations. For additional information, contact (707) LEARNING DISABILITIES PROGRAM Students with verified learning disabilities are offered academic advising, and accommodations. Accommodations may include various services, such as: test taking facilitation, alternate media,and assistive technology. Students are assigned to work with a disability specialist who will authorize academic accommodations and provide academic advising. Students need to submit educational testing completed by a qualified professional that documents a learning disability in order to be eligible for services. Graduating high school students should submit copies of their most recent IEP and testing. Criterion has been established by the California Community Colleges Chancellor s Office that determines whether or not a student is eligible for services as a student with a learning disability. Limited learning disability evaluations may be available to students who are enrolled in a program of study at Santa Rosa Junior College. For additional information, contact (707) in Santa Rosa and (707) in Petaluma. 44 Santa Rosa Junior College Catalog

5 SUPPORT FOR VETERANS Returning veterans who experience hearing loss, minor brain injury, post traumatic stress, physical disability or are experiencing difficulty due to other disability are encouraged to utilize the support services of the Disability Resources Department. Distance Education and Online Learning at SRJC Santa Rosa Junior College offers a wide variety of online courses as well as online certificates and degrees (www.santarosa.edu/instruction/onlinelearning/online-degrees-and-certificates/index.php). Online courses provide an alternative to traditional instruction and allow students to access learning any time anywhere with computers that have access to the Internet. All courses are taught by SRJC faculty, and all units, certificates, and degrees are awarded by SRJC. Online learning courses have the same rigor and quality as other classes at the College, but the methods of instruction are customized to the online environment. Distance Education at Santa Rosa Junior College (http://online.santarosa.edu/), hosts online, hybrid and blended via Moodle and CATE (Computer Assisted Teaching Environment). All online and hybrid classes at SRJC have regular and effective contact as well as rigorous student authentication systems. The Distance Education Department also assists faculty with creating and maintaining online classes and Web-based instructional materials. Additionally, the Distance Education Department provides ongoing support to students who participate in online and hybrid classes. The vision for Distance Education supports the overall mission of SRJC with a strong commitment to student learning and success through: High quality, student-centered, interactive learning experiences in online, hybrid, or blended courses. Collaborative and interdisciplinary approaches to learning that help students develop meaningful and relevant connections in their lives. Pedagogy which encourages critical and independent thinking and is responsive to a spectrum of learning styles. Flexibility in the scheduling of course offerings to meet student needs. Up-to-date delivery formats which equip students to be successful in an ever-changing technological environment. For more information about Distance Education and Online Learning, please visit or call District Police The District Police Department operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and is a fully certified police department in the state of California. The department prides itself in its community-oriented approach to policing and law enforcement. It is responsible for serving and protecting all persons and property on or about the campuses and property of the Sonoma County Junior College District. In addition to investigating crimes and enforcing laws, the department also provides crime prevention and personal safety programs throughout the District. The main police department is located at 2032 Armory Drive, Pedroncelli Center on the Santa Rosa Campus. The department maintains a small substation on the Petaluma Campus in Carole L. Ellis Auditorium, Room PC 305. For further information about services and the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, see the Police Department Web site at or call Police Dispatch at (707) Dream Center The Dream Center is a one-stop shop in a safe, caring place for undocumented students new and continuing at Santa Rosa Junior College. Students will receive personalized support as they begin their college journey. Dream Center staff are here to create a welcoming experience while students navigate matters related to AB540 admissions, DACA, the California Dream Act, EOPS (Extended Opportunities Programs & Services), the BOG (Board of Governors) Fee Waiver, referrals to Assessment & Counseling, and the essentials of full matriculation at SRJC. For more information about the Dream Center, please visit: admissions.santarosa.edu/dream or call Extended Opportunity Program and Services (EOPS) The EOPS Program assists low income and educationally disadvantaged full-time students to achieve their academic goals at Santa Rosa Junior College through a variety of support functions that include outreach, bilingual assistance in Spanish, early registration, counseling, advocacy, transition services, and book vouchers. The EOPS Program attempts to create an environment that is responsive to the needs of students and supportive of cultural diversity throughout the college community. For more information, call (707) or visit Financial Aid Financial aid may be available for expenses that are directly related to attending college when these costs are more than students or their families can afford. The eligibility for most financial aid is based on financial need, which is determined by the Financial Aid Office from information submitted by the student and/or family on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students are urged to complete applications by March 2 prior to each academic year, although FAFSAs are accepted and most aid is available until the following spring. Applicants must also show satisfactory academic progress and be enrolled toward transfer, a certificate, or a degree objective. Certificate programs must be 16 or more units in length to be eligible for financial aid. General information about grants and loans is available in the Financial Aid Office. Various dollar amounts shown and regulations regarding financial aid are subject to change without notice due to governmental, state, and local requirement changes. Financial aid brochures are also available for more details. FINANCIAL AID ELIGIBILITY Not all SRJC certificate programs are eligible for purposes of federal financial aid payments. To be considered eligible, a program must be a minimum of 15 weeks and 16 units in length, must have secured Chancellor s Office approval prior to the term of aid being paid, and must be included on SRJC s Federal Aid Participation Agreement. BOG ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVERS TANF, CalWORKs, SSI, or GA recipients, dependents of deceased/disabled veterans, and low income students may be eligible for a fee waiver. They must file a BOG enrollment fee waiver application to qualify, available at Students who are residents of California complete a FAFSA and who have at least $1104 of need automatically have a BOG enrollment fee waiver awarded to them. Students who have an AB540 waiver on file with the Admissions and Records Office can now receive a BOG fee waiver. Out-of-state and exempt students can file a FAFSA; foreign and exempt students can file a California Dream Application: GRANTS FEDERAL PELL GRANTS Grants are gift aid and do not have to be paid back. Pell Grants are federal grants to assist low and middle income students who are enrolling in any number of units. The maximum Pell Grant is $5,775 per year for a full-time student. FSEOG Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants are another form of federal grant for the exceptionally financial needy and are given to the lowest income students. FSEOG grants vary from $500 to $750 each year. Santa Rosa Junior College Catalog 45

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