The $46-per-unit registration fee is waived for high school students enrolled in 11 units or fewer. Some courses may require payment of a material fee (see course description in class schedule). High school students are still required to pay the Student Health Services Fee, Student Center fee, Transportation Fee, course fees, and purchase their own textbooks as recommended or required for their college courses.
ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS:
Each semester that a high school student attends Santa Rosa Junior College, he/she is considered a New Student and, therefore, must complete and submit the following to one of the SRJC admissions offices:
- Complete an SRJC Application online as a high school student.
- Complete the Santa Rosa Junior College High School Dual Enrollment Request form.
High school students must complete the Santa Rosa Junior College Dual Enrollment Program Request with his/her high school counselor who will help select classes that meet his/her educational needs. The student will only be permitted to register for classes that his/her counselor approves. Each form needs to be signed by the high school principal and counselor in order to be accepted by SRJC Admissions Offices. The form must also be signed by the student and parent.
Please submit all application materials at least 48 hours prior to registering for classes. Once application materials are processed, the student may register for classes.
LIMITATIONS ON ENROLLMENT:
High school dual enrolled students may enroll up to 11 units for any semester or term.
There is limited enrollment in Kinesiology (formerly Physical Education) activity classes for high school dual enrollment students. Only 10% of the total class seats available may be high school dual enrollment students. (Example: Total class seats = 40; high school dual enrollment total allowed= 4 students). This 10% limit applies to all semesters at SRJC, including summer term.
Summer term only: Pursuant to Education Code 48800(d)(1), for any particular grade level, a principal of a high school may not recommend for community college summer term more than 5% of the total number of students who completed that grade level (9th, 10th, 11th, 12th) immediately prior to the time of recommendation.