From the north:
Travel south on Hwy 101.
Exit at Steele Lane turnoff.
At stoplight, make left turn onto Steele Lane.
Proceed east-bound on Steele Lane to Mendocino Ave.
Turn right on Mendocino Ave.
At intersection of Pacific Avenue and Bear Cub Way, turn right onto Bear Cub Way.
From the south:
Travel north on Hwy 101.
Exit at College Avenue turnoff.
At stoplight, make right turn onto College Avenue.
Proceed east-bound on College Avenue to Mendocino Ave.
Turn left on Mendocino Ave.
At intersection of Pacific Avenue and Bear Cub Way, turn left onto Bear Cub Way.
Founded in 1918, SRJC’s 100+-acre Santa Rosa Campus, located 52 miles north of San Francisco, is one of the most beautiful campuses in California’s 108-campus community college system, and is largely characterized by elegant turn-of-the-century ivy covered brick buildings, towering oak trees, flower gardens and manicured lawns in a park like setting in the heart of Santa Rosa. In addition to its state-of-the art classroom facilities, laboratories and conference winning athletic programs, the campus houses a Planetarium, an Art Gallery, Summer Repertory Theatre, and the Jesse Peter Native American Museum.