The Sonoma County Adult Education Consortium is comprised of the Santa Rosa Junior College, Petaluma Adult School/Joint Union High School District, Sonoma County Office of Education, Santa Rosa City Schools, Sonoma Valley Unified School District and Windsor Unified School District. Santa Rosa Adult School serves a variety of students, ages 16 to adult. Programs are conveniently located throughout Santa Rosa County, placing adult education within the reach of all who wish to attend.
Santa Rosa Junior College is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the recognized local agency that is affiliated with the Federation of Regional Accrediting Commissions of Higher Education. The College adheres to the institutional standards set forth by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) and has been approved by the Board of . Please note: TABE testing is no longer a requirement for all students enrolling in Santa Rosa Adult School's Adult High School Completion program, but students may be asked by their certified school counselor to take the TABE on a case-by-case basis.
The Disability Resources Department at Santa Rosa Junior College facilitates equal access for qualified students through services, academic accommodations and educational assistance in courses, in accordance with state and federal law. View SRJC Disability Resources. All hands on deck 🤝 # Comcastcares day in # SantaRosa, where a former elementary school is being transformed into a wellness center for community (and one day pre-K program as well). NBC Bay Area helping area still recovering from historic fires. We’re proud to be part of it!Location: 2230 Lomitas Ave, Santa Rosa, California 95404.
Community Ed students can utilize the Santa Rosa Junior College Libraries! Procedures for Community Education Borrowers. Community Education Borrowers must sign up for a Community Education Borrower library card at Doyle or Mahoney Circulation desks. Accountability requirements for the Adult Education Block Grant and the Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA) grant for Santa Rosa Junior College and the Sonoma County Adult Education Consortium, as well as related special projects and initiatives. The Manager functions as the primary contact for Adult Education.