Enrollment

Enrollment trends are perhaps the most important piece of information for institutional planning. Enrollment rates dictate state funding and drive many aspects of planning, including instructional programs, student services, and facilities. This section of the Fact Book examines enrollment from many different angles.

Enrollment at SRJC has been affected by the economy and the state budget crisis. Due to budget cuts, the District has reduced course offerings, which decreased enrollment. The total number of students at SRJC was 63,758 in 2013-14 Academic Year (duplicated sum of students in Summer, Spring and Fall semesters).

Historically, throughout the 2000s, Santa Rosa Junior College enrollment is hovering at around 2% of the California Community Colleges total enrollment. Since 2006 the SRJC enrollment share of the state enrollment is falling steadily to 1.62% (Fall Semester) in 2012. In 2013 this trend seems to be reversing with a modest increase to 1.63%..

Detailed Interactive Visualizations

Enrollment Demographics - Comparison with the State of California
Enrollments 1
Fall Semester Enrollments by High School Graduates in the District
Fall Semester Enrollments by High School Graduates in the District
Concurrent Enrollments from Public High Schools in the District
Concurrent Enrollments from Public High Schools in the District
Enrollment Numbers and Demographics 2000-01 Through 2013-14
Enrollments 2
Enrollment by Class Location - Zip Codes of Students' Addresses
Enrollments 3
Unduplicated Term Enrollment by Campus Location and Student Demographics
Enrollments 4
Enrollment Demographics and Characteristics Comparative Chart
Enrollment Demographics and Characteristics Comparative Chart