ATHLETIC ACADEMIC COUNSELORS: Location: Bertolini, Counseling Department, 2nd Floor
- email: email@example.com
- Phone/Text: 707.583.1451
- Zoom ID: 707.522.2790
Men’s and Women’s Cross Country
Men’s and Women’s Track and Field
Men’s and Women’s Swim & Dive
Men’s and Women’s Soccer
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone/Text: 707.687.9991
- Zoom ID: 707.524.1557
Men’s and Women’s Tennis
- Phone: Counseling Office, 707.527.4451
- Students need to request John and identify themselves as an athlete. They will be added to drop-in list for John.
Every student-athlete at SRJC meets with an Athletic Academic Counselor each semester to ensure that they stay on track regarding athletic and academic eligibility, along with preparing for graduation and/or transfer. There are several avenues in which you can/will meet with the Athletic Academic Counselor:
- Mandatory Individual Meetings (scheduled by coach once per semester)
- Weekly Athletic Drop-In
- Initial Education Planning for all incoming freshmen
What to do to prepare for your meeting with the Athletic Academic Counselor:
- Know your purpose! Write down any questions you may have and do your own research on discussion items prior to your arrival.
- Go to https://assessment.santarosa.edu/ web page to learn about your Math and English placements.
- If you have not submitted transcripts from all coursework previously taken at any college and/or AP scores, please have official transcripts/test scores sent to SRJC Admissions and Records immediately. You MUST bring an unofficial copy of your transcripts to your meeting with the Athletic Academic Counselor if they are not in Admissions and Records.
What to do when you arrive to meet with the Athletic Academic Counselor:
- Check in at the front desk. Have your Student ID number available. Please tell the person working at the front desk that you are there to see the Athletic Academic Counselor and that you are a student-athlete (also let them know what sport you play).
- The line can at times be long so be prepared to wait. Come with homework to work on in the waiting room. The Athletic Academic Counselor will call you when it is your turn.
Helpful SRJC Links:
Getting Started at SRJC (for new students)
SRJC Admissions and Records
SRJC Assessment Services
Helpful Athletic Eligibility Links:
SRJC Athletic and Transfer Eligibility Basics
SRJC Athletic Eligibility Quick Reference.pdf
NCAA Eligibility Center
NCAA Transfer 101
NAIA Transfer Eligibility
SRJC Transfer Center