Students at Santa Rosa Junior College may be headed for a university, training for a career, or simply taking classes for self-improvement. Meeting their disparate needs is just part of the strategic planning process currently underway at the JC. Bruce Robinson takes a closer look.
Many SRJC students have had little or no opportunity for foreign travel or exposures, notes college President Frank Chong. So part of the school’s planning involves recruiting students from abroad, to bring more international interactions to the local educational experience.
The remaining two Community Conversations, hosted by Santa Rosa Junior College to discuss the school’s future and its current 5-year planning effort, will be held:
· Thursday, May 9 at Elsie Allen High School in Santa Rosa, 4-7 pm
· Thursday, May 16 at the SRJC Public Safety Training Center in Windsor, 11 am to 2 pm.