Housing Guide

Renting in our beautiful community can be a rewarding experience; however, it is also challenging and difficult to secure an apartment from your home country. So it is highly recommended international students live with a local family when they first arrive.  It will give them time to get acquainted with the area and meet friends before looking for an apartment.  The Host Families (Homestays) link on the left will provide you with information on finding a family. 
You should make sure you have your F-1 visa before you finalize your housing plans.
Please note: 
Santa Rosa Junior College (SRJC) does not have dormitories on campus. Below is useful information for finding housing. 
Santa Rosa Junior College offers this site and the listings and information contained on this site as a service to our international students. It is our hope that this site will make your search for suitable housing and roommates a bit easier.
With respect to housing Santa Rosa Junior College is acting only as an online host for rental listings in the Sonoma County area and for students seeking roommates.
Specifically, Santa Rosa Junior College --                                              
makes no representation, guarantees, or promises with respect to the condition, quality, or safety of the listed properties or the community where such property is located;
is not responsible for the truthfulness of rental advertisements or roommate postings on this site;
does not verify the identity of any person posting a listing;
neither inspects nor approves any off-campus housing;
does not endorse in any way any landlord, individual, or property management business that lists properties on this site; and is not a roommate matching agency and is not responsible for the actions of any person listed on this site or any resulting business transaction or relationship.
Housing Assistance

Please contact Fair Housing of Sonoma County if you have questions regarding legalities of renting in Sonoma County. They can counsel you on your rights, investigate discrimination, provide mediation, and make referrals to attorneys for legal help. Their services are completely free


Please click on the links on the left menu to explore the housing guide.