High School Counselors

The Student Outreach Team serves approximately 65 high schools in our District and can extend services to other schools upon request. We collaborate closely with high school counselors to schedule informative presentations, CCCApply Workshops, College Nights, Career Education presentations, and other outreach activities. Our objective is to deliver student success workshops based on need and request. Each high school is assigned a Student Outreach Liaison. If your school is not listed, please contact Beatriz Camargo, Director, Student Outreach.

High School Counselor Conference

High school counselors and partners are invited to attend our annual conference. The Fall 2024 conference will be held at Shone Farm on October 4, 2024. Details will be announced in August 2024, so please watch your email for updates.

Outreach Plan for 2024-25

Please review the Counselors Checklist for an overview of SRJC a typical in-person outreach plan. Look over the Priority Registration Schedules. To schedule or plan a Seniors Presentations, Workshops, College Nights, Career Education presentations, fairs, or other outreach activities, reach out to your Student Outreach Liaison.

These registration schedules offer numerous benefits:

1.       Enables students to plan ahead.

2.       Allows high school seniors to register for the fall term before summer break and receive registration assistance from our outreach staff before graduation.

3.       Provides ample time (June-July-August) for the Student Outreach team and SRJC First-Year Peer Coaches to reach out to students who missed their priority registration dates.

4.       Offers early fall semester enrollment projections to SRJC department chairs and faculty before summer break.

An earlier registration schedule creates a sense of urgency for students to take advantage of SRJC Student Outreach team visits to high schools, but it also requires earlier outreach efforts. The Student Outreach team is dedicated to providing services that assist students with admission applications, initiating financial aid applications, and enrolling in Ed Plan Workshops in 2025. Our aim is to ensure students are prepared for success at SRJC before the end of the school year and graduation!

Contacts (subject to change):

Financial Aid/Cash for College Nights: Margaret Mann | mmann@santarosa.edu | 707-524-1545

Career Education: Oscar Guajardo | oguajardo@santarosa.edu | 707-527-4858

Campus Tours

Undocu·Immigrant·Dream Center/Presentations or workshops for undocumented students: Eva Barragan | ebarragan@santarosa.edu | 707-524-1540

EOPS presentations: Dayla Amador Arango | damadorarango@santarosa.edu

ELL Presentations (classroom presentations or ELAC meetings):

Oscar Guajardo | oguajardo@santarosa.edu | 707-527-4858

Elias Carreno | ecarreno@santarosa.edu | 707-778-4194

Colleen Olmstead | colmstead@santarosa.edu | 707-527-4611 

Application Workshops (Online Application for Admission for High School Seniors - Helpful Hints

CCCApply (online application for admission) workshops for high school seniors will be held in-person or virtually at high school sites in September-November (for the following spring semester) and March-May (for Summer and Fall). These workshops provide group and 1:1 support, assisting students in submitting their online Application for Admission, initiating their financial aid application (if time permits), and preparing them to register for spring semester classes.

To enhance their workshop experience, students should have the following available:

  1. Photo Identification (required for any additional forms or assistance needed during in-person workshops)
  2. If students have already submitted an online application, they should know their CCCApply username, password, SRJC Student ID (SID) number, and PIN (password).
  3. Access to their most recent high school transcript to answer questions regarding English and Math completion.
  4. Login information (username and password) for an email account they will use for college and can access during the workshop.
  5. Cell phone for contacting the CCCApply Helpline if necessary.

Have students follow the Steps for New Students to ensure their success:

  • Step 1: Apply
  • Step 2: Check placement
  • Step 3: Orientation
  • Step 4: Education Plan and Counseling
  • Step 5: Enroll/register for classes



Other helpful links are listed on the Resources page or go to the Santa Rosa Junior College Home page for more options.