Who can live in this new student residence building?
On-campus housing at Santa Rosa Junior College is limited and in high demand. While living on campus is not required, it is also not guaranteed and offered on a priority basis and then a first-come, first-served basis. The Residence Life & Housing Office highly recommends students submit their housing application as soon as the housing portal opens to increase their chances of obtaining a space and avoiding being placed on the priority waitlist. Residents must be registered students with a minimum of six (6) credit hours per semester
What is provided in the units?
Rooms will include twin xl bed, desk, chair, chest of drawers, built-in closets, individually controlled heat and air-conditioning, Ethernet connection, and wi-fi.
Multipurpose space for building programs and lounge areas
Study rooms on each Floor
Large Common area kitchen on the 1st Floor
Common area kitchens on each Floor
Open courtyard with grills and green space
What if I don't know anyone to share my room with?
You do not need to know someone to sign a Residential Housing Agreement to live in SRJC Student Housing. We match you with other students who are also looking for suitemates. It is a great way to meet people and make new friends!
Will there be Resident Assistants in the building?
Staff members will reside in the SRJC Student Housing, including a Resident Director. These employees will be available at various times to help residents and provide activities throughout your residency.
What safety measures will be in place for residents?
The building is being built and designed with the necessary components to provide a comfortable living experience. A card access system is employed at the building's main entry, and no one may enter the SRJC student housing without a resident access card. Closed-circuit security cameras are also located throughout the building and at access points.
What technology will be available to residents?
Residents will be able to take advantage of the following in their suites and/or building:
Wired Network Connections in every room for connecting your laptop or gaming system. WIFI Network connections (includes WIFI AC standard for gigabit connectivity).
Study area-specific technology includes:
Flat-screen TVs with laptop connections for group study sessions.
Wired and WIFI network connections
What is the difference between "submitting an application" and "signing a Residential Housing Agreement?"
When you submit an application, you are letting Student Housing know that you are interested in living in the SRJC Student Housing. There is no official or binding agreement between you and SRJC Residence Education & Housing Office with just your application. Fees associated with your application are non-refundable and non-transferable. When you sign a Residential Housing Agreement, you are signing a legally binding contract to reside in SRJC Student Housing for the full term of the Agreement, clearly listed on the Agreement. If during your occupancy, you cannot meet the requirements of the Student Housing Contract you signed, you must submit a Petition for License Agreement Cancellation form to the Housing Office immediately. Review the SRJC Student Housing Student Housing Contract carefully with anyone you need to consult about your decision, such as your parent or guardian.
What is the timeline for the project?
Approximately 352 student beds are scheduled for occupancy in the Fall semester of 2023
The Residence Life/Housing office is open and taking applications from interested students in Plover Hall room 535.
Where will the Student Housing Be Located?
The Student Housing will be located on the corner of Elliot Ave. & Armory Dr.
Will the cost be covered by financial aid?
If a student is attending Santa Rosa Junior College, any financial aid (i.e., grants, loans, scholarships, etc.) that is remaining after SRJC tuition and fees are paid will go toward paying the Residence Hall cost. This cost will be reflected on the student's SRJC bill. Therefore, any portion of the housing costs not paid by financial aid will be an out-of-pocket cost for the student.
Are there any employment opportunities in the residence hall?
If you are interested in working in the residence hall, please look for our webpage on student employment that will be up and running by January of 2023.
What living options are available?
Traditional Single This unit layout includes one Bedroom, and you share a community bathroom with the other residents on your Floor. The showers are divided into individual showers and have dividers for privacy.
Traditional Double This unit layout includes one Bedroom that two residents share, and you share a community bathroom with the other residents on your Floor. The community showers are divided into individual showers and have dividers for privacy.
Deluxe Single [Limited] There are a smaller number of single semi-suites available. These units include two single bedrooms with two bathrooms. Many of these spaces are held for students who demonstrate a specific need for such a living environment.
Six bed/ Two-bath Apt [Limited] There are a small number of this floorplan type available. These units include 2-single occupied bedrooms and 2-double occupied bedrooms with two bathrooms. All occupants share the living room, snack preparation area, and bathrooms.