The Student Resource Centers (SRC) are here to support our SRJC community meet their basic needs.
At our SRC’s you will find resources and referrals for housing, food, health, transportation services and more.
The SRC’s provide a centralized hub for information and one-on-one personalized assistance that address the variety of barriers and emergencies our students, staff and faculty experience from outside of their academic life that is effecting their academic success.
The Santa Rosa Campus SRC is a Coordinated Entry Point for our homeless students.
Stop on by one of our SRC’s and learn what is offered on and off campus. The SRC’s are open to students, staff, faculty and alumni.
WHY IS THIS EVEN IMPORTANT?
Last fall, the Wisconsin HOPE Lab fielded a groundbreaking survey at 70 community colleges around the country in order to assess rates of food and housing insecurity among community college students. They produced a report, Hungry and Homeless in College, that revealed one in three community college students experienced hunger, half of community college students were housing insecure, and 13 to 14 percent were homeless. That study built on several prior studies they conducted with community college students and students at public, four-year colleges, including Hungry to Learn, a study discussed in the New York Times.