About Us

Community Education Student Login

Community Education courses offer lifelong learning opportunities for the community. No college credit is given and there are no grades or tests. No transcripts or applications for admission to the College are required and there are no residency requirements. The program is a self-supporting entity of Santa Rosa Junior College and is not funded by taxpayers' dollars. The registration fees pay for all costs associated with our courses.



(707) 527-4372

Monday through Friday, 9:00-12:30pm & 1:30-5pm (closed 12:30-1:30pm) (note: closed on Fridays during June & July)


(707) 522-2731



Mailing Address

Santa Rosa Junior College

Community Education Office

1501 Mendocino Avenue

Santa Rosa, CA 95401-4395

Our Office Location

Analy Village, Building C

Short term parking available 

Download the registration form. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to download. 

NEW Instructors Wanted!

Community Education is looking for enthusiastic and knowledgeable instructors. If you have professional experience or new ideas you would like us to consider, complete the proposal form.

How to Register



Call (707) 527-4372 during regular business hours (Monday through Friday, 9am-12:30pm and 1:30-5pm during the regular school year and Monday through Thursday, 9am-12:30pm and 1:30-5pm during June and July). Please have your Discover, MasterCard or Visa ready (no American Express). To process a credit card payment, we need the 16-digit card number, and the expiration date.



In Person
Register at the Community Education office,  Analy VillageBuilding C, Santa Rosa campus, during business hours.


Registration Policies


All course fees are as advertised and must be paid at the time of registration. Community Education does not offer scholarships or discounts.


Must be requested before 5pm, three business days prior to the start of the class.

  • A $10 processing fee per course will be retained.
  • If a class is cancelled, the full fee will be refunded.
  • Please consult the schedule below for when drops must be completed to receive a refund.

Please note: holidays and campus closures are not considered business days so will affect the refund schedule. 

Drop and Refund Deadlines
For class beginning Drops must be requested by the preceding:
Fall & Spring
June & July
(the college is closed on
Fridays in June & July)
Sat., Sun., or Monday Wednesday Tuesday
Tuesday Thursday Wednesday
Wednesday Friday Thursday
Thursday Monday Monday
Friday Tuesday Tuesday

Class Changes

Instructors, dates, and locations are subject to change without notice. Class meetings cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances will not be rescheduled.

Registrations are processed during our regular business hours and a confirmation will be mailed to you. If you register online an email address must be provided in order for you to receive a confirmation and any supplemental information (i.e. supply lists, etc.). If you do not receive a confirmation or a supply list, when one is indicated, call the Community Education Office (707) 527-4372.

Returned Checks

A returned check does not eliminate the student’s responsibility to pay for the class. Having a delinquency at SRJC blocks future class registrations. In addition, there is a $10 per check fee for returned checks.

Age Guidelines: Youth
SRJC’s Community Education classes are primarily designed to serve adult learners. Some classes, such as Alive at 25 are specifically designed for youth. Enrollment of students ages 15 -17 years of age in any of the other Community Education classes requires special permission of the instructor and the Registration Form (page 4) completed by the parent or legal guardian. In some cases, a parent may be required to register for the class as well. For more information, contact SRJC’s Community Education Office (707) 527-4372.

Cancelled Courses
Register now! Courses with low enrollment may be cancelled. If a class is cancelled by the Community Education Office, students enrolled in the class will receive full refunds.

Closed Courses
If a class is listed as 'Closed', that means that there are no more seats available to add. Please check back later to see if a space becomes available.

Restricted Courses
Some Community Education courses are not available to be added online. These courses will be listed as 'Restricted'. Call 707-527-4372 for information on how to register for restricted courses.

Parking Permits

Parking permits are necessary on SRJC campuses (Santa Rosa & Petaluma), 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Daily permits are available for $4 from machines in each lot. The machines take dollar bills, quarters, and credit cards.

The following discount parking permit options are available for courses longer than two sessions. Present your CE enrollment receipt at Accounting Department window in Bailey Hall or contact the Accounting Department, Nicole O’Brien 707-527-4504, nobrien@santarosa.edu or 527-4973.

  • S10.00 per month Student temporary permit
  • $16.00 Weekend semester permit (Fri-Sun)
  • $60.00 Student semester permit for Fall or Spring
  • $30.00 Student semester permit for Summer