The Santa Rosa Junior College Catalog is the official document of the college and determines your catalog rights. Graduation requirements for an associate degree are determined according to the Catalog in effect at the time of initial enrollment. In order to maintain catalog rights, a student must be in continuous enrollment.
Catalog rights for a program of study are determined according to the Catalog in effect at the time of initial enrollment. In order to maintain catalog rights, a student must be in continuous enrollment, that is, enrollment in at least one credit course during each successive academic year. For the purpose of catalog rights, the academic year begins each fall and ends with the subsequent summer session. When a break in enrollment occurs, graduation requirements are determined according to the Catalog in effect when enrollment is resumed. Students may choose to graduate under the Catalog in effect at the time that they apply for the Degree.
Course information including content, transferability, description, prerequisite, and corequisite information may be found at course outlines.
This Catalog is published for informational purposes, and every effort is made to ensure its accuracy. However, the provisions of the 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 should consult the current Schedule of Classes for supplementary information.