We hope you enjoy our Spring 2017 courses. Our new registration system is now fast and easy to use. Our goal is to select topics with unique qualities and diverse appeal so there’s something for everyone in the community. All Community Education presenters are interviewed and hired because of their expertise and ability to convey it in an enthusiastic and professional way.
To locate courses of interest, you may browse by category, subcategory, start dates, presenters, location, or use the advanced search.
Click here to view our courses. You can also Download our Interactive Catalog Starting in Fall 2015 all students (new and returning) created a new student profile in this portal which was used for Fall 2015 and future semesters. If you did not create a new student profile in the Fall of 2015 you will have to do so.
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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 and email to email@example.com.
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Co-Enrollment for credit students
Co-Enrollment courses accommodate credit students who have reached the maximum number of allowable repeats but are still interested in enrolling in a credit class without receiving credit. These are not Community Education courses listed in the Catalog. Click here for more information and to download the co-enrollment registration form.
Community Ed students can now utilize the Santa Rosa Junior College Libraries!!
Procedures for Community Education Borrowers
Community Education Borrowers must sign up for a Community Education Borrower library card at Doyle or Mahoney Circulation desks. The CEB library card is only valid for the current semester in which the student is enrolled in a Community Education class. The patron must provide a picture ID and proof of enrollment. The patron must show a valid picture ID with each use of the CEB library card.
The libraries will use the SR Web portal to create an SID number and pin code for the patron (https://portal.santarosa.edu/SRWeb/SR_SIDrequest.aspx).
The libraries will authenticate patron in SA system – in order to give the patron 1 hour computer use per day.
Community Education Borrower
- Must be 18 years or older
- Must NOT have any overdue fines – borrowing privileges will be reinstated once the fines are paid
- Maximum 3 items checked out at any one time (books or compact discs)
- Two renewals per item (no renewal if there is a Hold on item)
- 1 hour computer use, per day
- Has access to Community Education Borrower material placed on Reserve by a Community Education Instructor
- Subject to the same fine schedule as SRJC students
- These limited library borrowing privileges are included in the CE class fee, which the patron pays to Community Education.
- No interlibrary loan privileges; laptops, iPads, calculators or Reserve material placed on reserve for registered SRJC Students
Index of Classes
Sonoma County Craft Beverages Bus Tour
Cinema & Psyche: Pre-Code Treasures of 1933
Cheers To Craft Beer
Writing for Television
Photographing People: Friends, Family, and Portraits
From Mud to the Pantheon: A History of Ancient Engineering
Exploring Chamber Music: Only the Good Notes
California Dental Board Infection Control & California Dental Practice Act
iMake-Movies: iPhone Video Production
Meditation for Everyone
Speak Japanese II
The Fall Hiking Class
State of the Art Estate Planning for Married Couples with Estates under $10 Million
Writing with Passionate Presence: A Memoir Writing Workshop
Facebook & LinkedIn for Business
Building Your Financial Portfolio on $50 a Month
Essential Oils for a Toxin-Free Body and Home
Using Your Android Phone or Tablet for Beginners
Learn to Sing: An Introduction to the Fundamentals of Vocal Technique
Your First Pages
French for Travel
Radiation Safety Course
Beginning Folk and Blues Harmonica
Introduction to Investing
Drawing Autumn Leaves in Colored Pencil
Sonoma County Craft Breweries Bus Tour
Make Extra Income as a Wholesale Auto Dealer From Home
QuickBooks Online - Beginner Classroom Edition
Reverse Mortgage 101
How to Become a Mystery Shopper
eBay 1 - The Basics of Selling
eBay 2 - Advanced Selling Strategies
eBay Selling Series
Animal Tracking and Bird Language: Fall Intensive
Computer Basics for the New User
The Art of Selling Art
One Minute Drawing Class
Magic of Watercolor
Social Security Maze: How Do I Decide What To Do?
Healthy Soils, Healthy Roots
Leaded Stained Glass
How to Make Money in the Seminar Business
People First: Creating Powerful Relationships for Your Family, Community, and Workplace
Architecture Through Your Eyes: Ancient Rome
Ayurveda and Digestion: Heal Your Gut Through Vedic Principles of Eating and Healthy Digestion
Hop into Homebrewing: The Basics
LPN 1: Know Your Value - The Key to Satisfying Work During the Second Half of Life
LPN 2: Solo Aging- Planning for a Safe and Secure Future for Singles and Couples without Children
LPN 3: How to Age with Happiness and Satisfaction
LPN 4: Discover Yourself - Use Your Ethics and Values to Plan Your Legacy Individually and With Your Partner
LPN 5: Meaning and Purpose Through a Living Legacy and Autobiography
LPN 6: Positive Aging and Wealth Management for Same-Sex Couples and Domestic Partners
LPN 7: Avoiding Conflicts as You Age - Your Estate, Your Family, and Elder Abuse
Piano/Keyboard for Beginners - Level 1
Life Planning Network Seminar Series
Paris Through the Ages
Learn to Knit!
Photography: Tips and Tricks For Here and Abroad
Introduction to Excel