We strive for a hunger free campus by increasing accessibility
to programs and decreasing stigma.
THE FEED THE BEARS - Food Pantry
The SRJC Food Pantries are currently closed.
THE SRJC & THE REDWOOD EMPIRE FOOD BANK BRING FOOD ON CAMPUS – IN APRIL
To locate food resources, today, visit the Redwood Empire Food Banks Website
For more resources and information visit our Student Resource Center link to disaster info and resources: resources.santarosa.edu
For information at the County level. Visit the Sonoma County Emergency Information page.
March 13, 2020, 6:00 p.m.
The coronavirus situation across the country is changing rapidly and SRJC is working to respond accordingly. While our first priority is the safety and health of our entire community, it is also essential that we continue to provide our students with the quality education they’ve come to expect from our college.
In order to meet this goal while continuing to respond to the evolving coronavirus situation, SRJC will extend the suspension of classes, including online classes, through Sunday, March 29. Operational offices and departments will be staffed, but will not provide in-person or remote services to students or the public during this suspension. Classified staff should check with their supervisor regarding their role in this planning effort. All on-campus events are also canceled through March 29.
We will use the week after spring break, March 23 through 27, to work in collaboration with all employees in this joint effort. This includes our dedicated faculty, including adjuncts who would like to participate, and classified professionals, in order to prepare modified methods of instruction and services, including remote teaching, for our students. For many this may mean utilizing new technology and teaching modalities, which will require additional training that will be provided during this time.
We will provide additional updates as information becomes available.
For more information:
- Student Health Services coronavirus webpage
- SRJC Coronavirus Prevention Guidelines
- You can also call the county’s 24-hour information hotline at 211 or or text COVID19 to 211211.
- CDC travel guidelines
We will update this page again, after spring break. Spring break is from March 15 - 23, 2020