With 56,000 square feet and named for the current President of the Board of Trustees, Richard W. Call, this complex serves as a faculty office building and administrative center with additional space allocated for 18 classrooms and laboratories supporting a spectrum of educational disciplines. The building features both wired and wireless computer labs, administrative offices, and the Student Health Serveces and Student Affairs offices.
Extensive renovations to Kathleen Doyle Hall significantly expanded Student Services areas, including Counseling and Financial Aid. The second floor features a 3,700 square foot Tutorial and College Skills Center and a Digital Medial Lab with adjacent production suites. Remodeled chemistry/physics and physical sciences laboratories are located on the first floor.
The Carole L. Ellis Auditorium includes 5,100 square feet of space converted from the former campus library into a spectacular 257-seat lecture hall and cultural venue with extensive technological capabilities, including active distance learning and teleconferencing, cinema, small theater, and musical performance space with superb acoustics. The hall also has a green room, storage, dressing areas, and a ticket office.
Student Services are located in Jacobs Hall, including expanded space for Admissions and Records, Cashiers/Accounting and Assessment, a Career/Transfer Resource Center, the Disability Resources Office, and Work Experience. Jacobs Hall also houses an art studio, general purpose classrooms, and faculty offices.
This magnificent 35,000 square foot building with a capacity of up to 60,000 titles, is located at the heart of the campus and is the centerpiece of the new eastern quadrangle incorporating the latest in information resources, learning environments, and technology. Facing Rotary Plaza is a Reading Room that provides a venue for expanded cultural and civic events that have become a hallmark of the library.
The 6,000 square foot permanent home for the SRJC Bookstore on the Petaluma Campus was named for former Board Trustee Mike Smith. He was Board Secretary and Chair of the Legislative Committee for part of his tenure on the Board. Students and faculty may easily access the expanded Bookstore for curricular materials, supplies for the arts programs, and for essential items required by various disciplines.
The Petaluma Student Center and Courtyard Cafe, formerly called the East Hall, was the former bookstore. Phase III expansion of the Petaluma campus added 2,300 square feet of expanded dining and multipurpose space adjacent to food service areas.
This complex includes a spacious gymnasium, a fully equipped state-of-the-art weight room, and locker room facilities for men and women. This 11,000 sq. ft. facility allows an expanded list of health and physical education classes to be offered on the Petaluma Campus.