Getting Started


  1. Age for licensing is 18, but you can complete the coursework and then apply for licensing after your 18th birthday.
  2. A High school completion transcript,a General Education Development (GED) transcript or California High School Proficiency Exam (CHSPE)required for licensing.
  3. Students on academic probation or progress probation are not eligible. Contact a Health Sciences Counselor if you have questions.
  4. Criminal background check, drug screening and fingerprinting must be completed. Felony convictions, if any, should be expunged.
  5. College level reading skills are required. It is recommended that students have completed or be enrolled in English 100 (or have equivalent or higher level English placement) upon beginning the program.
  6. Math skills - Passing score on competency test or completion of CSKL371 or higher.
  7. All courses must be completed with a "C" or better.

Pharmacy Technology Program 'Rolling' Start:

Summer Semester start with completion in three semesters, begins with Pharmacy 150 online or face-to-face.

Fall Semester start with completion in five semesters.

Spring Semester start with completions in four semesters.

It is recommended that students make an appointment with a counselor to determine correct Math and English test placement. Students are encouraged to complete an AA/AS degree to build priority registration. Go to the Pharmacy Technician Program on the SRJC Certificate Web site for more information.

SRJC Pharmacy Technology Program of Study and Recommended Sequence

Clinical Competencies and Site Requirements.

Students are required to read this information prior to starting the program.

Student Conduct Standards

Students who register in Santa Rosa Junior College classes are required to abide by the Santa Rosa Junior College Student Conduct Standards. Violation of the Standards is basis for disciplinary sanction, including dismissal from class or from the College. For complete details regarding Student Conduct Standards and Due Process Procedure, contact the Office of the Vice President, Student

Clinical Site Immunization Requirements

DO NOT Complete immunizations until site confirmation.

  1. HIPPAA certificate
  2. Copy of their Student ID
  3. View power point and video and score 80% on the post test.
  4. Proof of vaccinations:
    • Measles
    • Mumps
    • Rubella
    • Varicella
    • Tetanus/Diphtheria
    • Hepatitis B Series
    • PPD (TB Test)

Student Services


Tutoring is offered at both the Santa Rosa and Petaluma campuses. Services are free of charge for SRJC students needing assistance in their regular coursework. In Santa Rosa, the Tutorial Center is located in the Frank P. Doyle Library, Room 4251. Call: 527-4491. In Petaluma, the Tutorial Center is located in Doyle Hall, Room 247. Call: 778-2409. You can also go to our website at College Skills.

Financial Aid/Scholarships

Financial aid and scholarship opportunity information can be found on the Financial Aid homepage at:

Student success and assessment services

Assessment Services offer English, Math and Chemistry placement tests and the Graduation Math Competency Exam which will satisfy the math graduation requirement. Other services offered are the GED exam and the Wonderlic/Ability to Benefit Test (recommended by Financial Aid). For more information go to the Assessment homepage at


Adult Re-entry & New Student Programs provide services designed to assist the adult re-entry and first-time to college students in pursuing their educational goal. Services include:

  • Initial, In-depth, Drop-in and Weekly Orientations
  • Academic and Career Counseling
  • College Survival and Study Skills
  • Career Development Classes
  • Campus and Community Referrals
  • Free Seminars and Workshops

For more information, visit the Bertolini Student Center Counseling Department (2nd floor), call (707) 527-4451 or visit SRJC Counseling Department. For Petaluma Campus call 778-3914.

For the Introduction to College course listings please see the course listing section of this schedule under COUN 270.

Disability Resources

The Disability Resources Department provides students with disabilities an equal access to a community college education through specialized instruction, disability related support services, and advocacy activities. For more information please visit: or call 527-4278 (Santa Rosa campus) or 778-2491 (Petaluma campus).