How to Apply

SRJC Transfer Students successfully transfer to University of California and other prestigious universities.

Applying to Santa Rosa Junior College, one of California's premier 2-year community colleges, is easy! 


Step 1: Complete International Student Online Application for Admission:

International students apply to Santa Rosa Junior College easily online through California Community Colleges.


Step 2:  Complete the Guarantee of Financial Support form AND submit supporting documentation:

By Email

Complete Guarantee of Financial Support form. Save this form and supporting documents in JPEG or PDF format and email to: If sending large files please use our file depot tool to submit your documents:  In the "Recipient's email address" field, use  In the "Description" field, include your name and documents you are submitting.

By Mail or in person

Complete Guarantee of Financial Support form. Mail or deliver your application and supporting documents to the address listed below. If you have family or friends in our area they can deliver the documents in person.

     Santa Rosa Junior College
     International Student Admissions
     1501 Mendocino Avenue
     Santa Rosa, California 95401, USA

Required Documents to Submit

This is your checklist to make sure you have submitted:

  • Guarantee of Financial Support with Supporting Financial Documentation
  • Proof of English Proficiency 
  • Copy of High School Diploma or Certificate of Graduation from secondary school
  • U.S. Transfer students must provide unofficial transcripts and current class schedule
  • Copy of passport
  • Transfer students attending a high school or college in the U.S. must submit official transcripts and current class schedule.

Admission Process

Submit your application by the deadline for the term you wish to begin your study. We will notify you of our decision within one week of receiving your completed application. If accepted, SRJC will send you the SEVIS I-20 form and acceptance letter. You must take this form to the American Embassy or Consulate ( in your country to apply for the F-1 Student visa. Visa processing times vary at different embassies and consulates so allow enough time to obtain the visa and make travel arrangements. You must arrive at SRJC by the report date listed on the I-20 form.

If you have questions, please email the SRJC International Student Program at: