Santa Rosa Junior College has two campuses in Sonoma County. The main campus is located at 1501 Mendocino Ave. in Santa Rosa. The second campus is located at 680 Sonoma Mountain Parkway in Petaluma. Both campuses are served by Sonoma County Transit.
The Santa Rosa Junior College campus on Mendocino Avenue in Santa Rosa is served by Sonoma County Transit intercity routes 20, 30, 44/48 and 60 which link the campus to West county (Route 20), East county (Route 30), South county (routes 44/48) and North county (Route 60). All routes serve the Santa Rosa campus daily.
In addition to the routes above, the Santa Rosa campus is also served by Route 62. Route 62 operates between the downtown Santa Rosa Transit Mall, SRJC, the Airport Business Park and Sonoma County Airport. Route 62 operates on weekdays.
For students commuting to the Santa Rosa campus on SMART, the Route 57 provides one morning trip to the campus and one afternoon trip from the campus to the North Santa Rosa SMART station (Guerneville Road) on weekdays.
The Santa Rosa Junior College campus in Petaluma is served by Sonoma County Transit Route 44. Route 44 operates between downtown Santa Rosa and the Petaluma Transit Mall on E. Washington Street in Petaluma. The route also serves Rohnert Park, Sonoma State University and Penngrove.
For students commuting to the Petaluma campus on SMART, all Route 44 trips begin and end at the Petaluma Transit Mall, adjacent to the Petaluma SMART station. This provides several SMART/Sonoma County Transit commute options.
Fares on Sonoma County Transit are zone-based and vary between $1.50 & $3.00 for adults, $1.25 to $2.75 youth and $0.75 to $1.50 for seniors.
Through 2017, College Students with a valid student identification can use Sonoma County Transit at no charge and with no trip limitations. The Sonoma County Transit Subsidized Fare Program is financially supported by the County of Sonoma, Sonoma State University and the Santa Rosa Junior College.