Santa Rosa Junior College Housing

To better support its academic mission and support its’ student community, the Santa Rosa Junior College has embarked on an effort to build affordable & sustainable student housing to the Santa Rosa campus. When complete, the project will house approximately 350 students. This project will help the larger Sonoma County community, through additional housing options and adding to the collective efforts of Sonoma County’s Cities and County in addressing the current affordable housing crisis.  Data currently shows students to be an invisible population significantly impacted by the ongoing affordable housing crisis across the county.

The SRJC STUDENT HOUSING COMMUNITY has four major goals developed by the SRJC Student Housing Work Group.

Affordability for students
Student Focused
Local Labor & Schedule

California Environment Quality Act (CEQA) Information:

SRJC held an initial public forum in September, 2019, to gather preliminary information from the greater interested community. Due to COVID19, a second public forum for SRJC’s neighborhood community could not take place as expected. To share the results from the CEQA analysis completed by SRJC’s CEQA consultant GHD, SRJC is posting the following presentation online for the community to review and provide feedback. Please send comments and questions to Kate Jolley, VP, Finance and Administrative Services at

Project Overview Presentation


At the August Board of Trustees Meeting - August 8th, 2020

The Board will receive a recommendation to approve the CEQA review and categorical exemptions the review listed as eligible.

To further support our SRJC Student Housing Community please click the link below to our SRJC Foundation for donations and naming opportunities.