Dates: JUNE 12 - JUNE 30, 2023
COUN 60: Effective Study Skills
CI51: Community Engagement


  1. Complete SRJC Native American Summer Bridge Application: 
  2. Complete Santa Rosa Junior College Application for Admission:
  3. Complete High School Dual Enrollment Request Form

Checklist for Enrollment

  1. Contact Liz Billy, NASB Outreach Specialist
    Discuss Program and Obtain Contact Information - 707 478-8718
  2. Complete SRJC Native American Summer Bridge Application
  3. Complete Santa Rosa Junior College Application for Admission
    Obtain SRJC Student ID #
  4. Complete High School Dual Enrollment Request Form with your High School Academic Counselor
  5. Enroll in NASB Counseling 60, Section #8570.
    Instructor of Record:  Jessica Bush, Academic Counselor
    This is an in-person course and meets MTWTh - 6/12/23 - 6/15/23 from
    9-11:30 am and TWTh 6/20/23 – 6/22/23. The class will be held in the
    Bertolini Student Services Center – Santa Rosa Campus in Room 4734.
    For further information, please contact Jessica Bush, SRJC Academic
    Counselor at  or call SRJC Counseling Office at
    707 527-4451.
  6. Enroll in CI 51 – Community Engagement for Volunteers
    Instructor of Record:  Laurie Bacci, Associate Faculty and
    Community Engagement Coordinator
    Dates of Course:  June 12 – 29, 2023 (Volunteer Hours TBD)
    Attend Orientation Meeting/Obtain Add Code for the Course /707 508-5428


  • Braiding Western and Cultural Education
  • Native American Scholarships
  • Native American Colleges and University Transfer
  • Native Guest Speakers
  • SRJC Native American Studies Courses, AA Major and Transfer


  • COUN 270: Introduction to College
    An introduction to Santa Rosa Junior College that includes programs, services, policies, degrees, certificates, transfer requirements, and college culture. Focus will be on strategies needed for academic success and the development of an academic plan. 

  • COUN 60: Effective Study Workshop (1 Unit)
    This course will assist students in improving their study skills. Topics include goal identification, organizing study habits, how to read and study textbooks, take effective notes, how to prepare for and take examinations, and the efficient use of the library. Course covers the total development of the individual and attitudes toward academic and personal problem solving. 

  • CI 51: Community Engagement (.50 Unit to 1 Unit)
    Students will earn credit for volunteering in the community in this experiential learning course. Students will volunteer 52.50 hours per unit per semester for 0.5-3.0 units of credit at a variety of placements including clinics, hospitals, convalescent homes, schools, animal-care facilities, recreation programs, day care centers, and various non-profit organizations. The instructor will assist students in locating leads for volunteer opportunities.