Self-Guided Campus Tour


School or community groups are welcome to visit SRJC for a self-guided campus tour (Santa Rosa campus only). To organize your group, please arrange students in numbers of 10-15 and bring adult chaperones to act as Tour Group Leaders. Plan to bring at least one adult chaperone for every 10-15 students. (See Group Tours for more information.) Chaperones/group leaders are asked to stay engaged with the students in their group, assist with "crowd control," and handle any behavior issues that might arise.

The tour walking routes (Walking Routes 1-8, shown below) start at various locations on campus allowing large groups to spread out, yet see all of the same features of the tour. Depending on the number of tour groups you arrange for, print one of the pdf files below for each tour group leader. Remember to select different Walking Routes for each group. 

Please contact Student Outreach to let us know of your intended visit for a Self-guided Campus Tour or Scavenger Hunt. Call 707-522-2635, or email Stacey Krywaruczenko at to let us know: 

  • Date and time of your planned visit 
  • School Name 
  • Number of students and Grade Level


Self-Guided Tour Walking Routes include:

  • Culinary Arts: Front of the House; Baking & Pastry; Catering; Restaurant Management
  • Introductory classes include: Safety/Sanitation; Knife Skills; Culinary Survey courses
  • Much of their fresh meats, produce, and wine come from SRJC’s Shone Farm in Forestville
  • Culinary Café & Bakery is open year round on Wed, Thu, Fri

  • Voice: Solo; Concert Choir; Chamber Singers
  • Music Appreciation & History; Digital Music
  • Instrumental: Guitar; Orchestral; Brass; Piano & Jazz Studies
  • Performances offered throughout the year, often at a nominal cost ($5 - $10)

  • Known for high quality theatre productions
  • Students gain technical skills: Stagecraft; Costuming; Makeup; Theater Management
  • Students come from all over the U.S. to participate in Summer Repertory Theater
  • Classes in Media & Communications; Award-winning Forensics Team

  • Combative sports: Judo; Karate; Boxing; Wrestling; Fencing
  • Team sports: Track & Field; Basketball; Football; Baseball; Water polo; Soccer; Volleyball
  • Dance: Ballet, Hip Hop, Funk, Choreography
  • General fitness: Pilates; Body Conditioning; Yoga; Weight Training
  • Kinesiology lecture courses; Sports Medicine

  • Business; Office Technology; Computer Studies
  • Entrepreneurship; Sales & Marketing; Accounting
  • Cyber Security; Computer Programming
  • Digital Media (Web, Graphic, Video, Game Design) & Animation
  • Award-winning Adobe Certified Training Provider

  • Geology; Astronomy; Planetarium; Agriculture; Agribusiness
  • Horticulture; Wine Studies; Animal Science
  • Planetarium shows open to the public
  • Most of the Agriculture programs take place at Shone Farm
  • Sustainable Ag program prepares local farmers

  • Life Sciences: Anatomy; Physiology; Biology
  • Students dissect and study animal and human cadavers
  • Nursing students complete prerequisites here

Shuhaw Hall
  • Math; Engineering; Physics; Applied Technology
  • SRJC’s Math courses have reputation for being rigorous
  • Students are well prepared for transfer
  • Electronics; Solar Installation; Architecture; Drafting/CAD; Animation

  • More than 4000 cataloged items, including art objects and photographs
  • Home to one of the largest Pomo Indian basket collections in the country, second only to the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C.
  • Art forms include: ceramics; basketry; beadwork; sculpture; textiles & jewelry

  • State-of-the-art learning resource center; extensive Media library; open to the public
  • Named after Frank Doyle, former Exchange Bank President who left 51% of bank shares to SRJC’s Doyle Scholarship fund (Your high school grades are worth $$ for college when you maintain a 2.75 GPA)

  • First Floor: Student Affairs; Associated Students (student government); Campus Clubs; Café & Dining Hall
  • Second Floor: Counseling; EOPS; Foster Youth
  • Third Floor: MESA; Transfer Center; Student Employment; Career Services; DRD
  • English; Anthropology; History; Political Science; Philosophy; Languages; Humanities; Social  & Behavioral Sciences; Psychology
  • Newman Auditorium: lectures; concerts; theatrical performances; special events

  • Health Sciences Programs: Dental; Radiologic Technology; Pharmacy Technology; Nursing
  • Student Health Services
  • Clinic is designed to be used for emergency care in the event of a major disaster, like an earthquake

  • Formerly the SRJC Library; interior wood paneling repurposed from original library shelving
  • Student Services including: Admission & Records; Assessment & GED Services
  • Financial Aid & Scholarship Programs
  • Student Psychological Services
  • Veterans Affairs & Student Equity Office



Download Walking Routes with maps:
Walking Route 1
begins at Burdo Culinary Arts Center
Walking Route 2
begins at Frank P. Doyle Library
Walking Route 3
begins at
Baker Hall
Walking Route 4
begins at
Burbank Auditorium
Walking Route 5
begins at Bertolini Student Center
Walking Route 6
begins at
Tauzer Gym
Walking Route 7
begins at
Forsyth Hall
Walking Route 8
begins at
Emeritus Hall



Guided campus tours are available for groups of 80 or less.  For more information, go to the Schools Relations and Outreach Group Tours page.