Lawrence A. Bertolini Student Center

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Lawrence A. Bertolini Student Center rendering

Rooms 4600-4899

Departments & Special Services

Articulation
CalWORKs
Career Development Services
College to Career
Counseling
CyBear Center
Disability Resources Department
EOPS
MESA Program
New Student Programs
Orientation
Puente Program
School Relations
Student Affairs
Student ID Cards
Student Employment
Student Services
Transfer Center
VP Student Services
Work Experience
 


With his father, Frank P. Doyle established Exchange Bank in Santa Rosa in 1890. He was the Bank's second president, 1916-1948. Mr. Doyle was determined that the Bank be locally owned and operated. Therefore, he placed his controlling shares of Exchange Bank common stock into a purposeful trust. Dividends there from are converted into scholarships exclusively for students attending SRJC. The Doyle Scholarships program began in 1949. The first occupants of Doyle Center were the cafeteria, bookstore, journalism, ASB offices and faculty lounge. There have been two expansions--one in 1965 and the second in 1980. The current segments are Bear Cub's Den (snack bar), faculty lounge, cafeteria and recreation area.

The  78,000 square foot, three-story Lawrence A. Bertolini Student Services Center replaced the Doyle Center in 2009.

Situated at the northeast corner of the Santa Rosa Campus, the world class center provides multiple student services and a beautiful cafeteria. All services in Bertolini are student centered to support their many needs while attending SRJC. Bertolini provides these services in concert with Plover Hall, both on Elliott Avenue. The steel framing of the three-story center includes a geothermal system and many other sustainable features throughout.