Santa rosa junior college resources
Nutrition Club - A group of students dedicated to nutrition education and outreach programs geared towards promoting a healthy lifestyle and awareness of nutrition, health, and wellness related issue.
Phi Theta Kappa - An International Honor Society that recognizes and encourages academic achievement, providing opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in service and leadership.
Pre-Dental Students Club - Mission: To diffuse knowledge regarding the importance of good oral hygiene habits and to serve community in which we live. We will be organizing volunteer opportunities, donating basic oral hygiene materials to needy community members and organizations and conducting.
Student Nursing Association - The local chapter of the National Student Nurses Association (NSNA). Mission: professional development, community involvement, and mentoring. We aim to provide programs that are representative of the interests & concerns of nursing students, promote the SRJC nursing program positively in the community & aid in the growth and development of our students.
Health Program Cohorts Chartered Clubs - Dental Hygiene, Radiologic Technology, Vocational Nursing.
Health Science Programs Resources
Scholarships, Grants, and financial aid
According to CollegeBoard.org, "The terms 'scholarship' and 'grant' are often used interchangeably, but there are usually differences between these two forms of aid. Most scholarships are merit based. This means that they are awarded to students with certain qualities, such as proven academic or athletic ability. Many scholarships have rules — maintaining a certain GPA, for example — that you have to follow to continue receiving aid. Most grants are need based. This means that they are usually awarded based on your or your family’s financial situation."
Please make sure you double check the scholarships' criterion and deadlines!
Financial Aid Programs
SRJC Financial Aid Programs include Federal Aid and State Aid programs.
Federal aid programs include: Pell Grant, Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, Federal Work Study, Stafford Subsidized Loan, Stafford Unsubsidized Loan.
State aid programs include: Board of Governor's Fee (BOG) Waiver and Cal Grants A, B, & C.
Extended Opportunities Programs & Services (EOPS) is a program that helps full-time, low income, educationally disadvantaged students (e.g., first generation college students, high school drop-outs, ESL students, or low English or math levels) achieve their academic goals at Santa Rosa Junior College. The program is designed to make the college experience accessible and rewarding to those facing language, social, and economic challenges.
Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) program serves educationally and economically disadvantaged students majoring in calculus-based majors, so they can excel in math and science and attain STEM degrees from four-year institutions.
The DREAM Center is a "one-stop" shop in a safe, caring place for undocumented students new and continuing at SRJC. Students will receive personalized support as they begin their college journey. Resources provided include: Assistance with filing the AB540 Affidavit, confidential advising, information & verification on DACA status, California Dream Act information and support services, and education and outreach to Dream Center partners.