About the Store
Important Store Policies:
- NO RECEIPT, NO REFUND. All returns/exchanges require a valid, original register receipt (not mutilated, copied, defaced, or missing information) . No exceptions. Bank or credit card statements will NOT be accepted in lieu of a receipt.
- Effective 10/19/09, NO PERSONAL OR BUSINESS CHECKS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR PAYMENT. You may still pay using your ATM/check card, cash, credit card, state program checks made out directly to the SRJC Bookstore, and financial aid tenders.
The Santa Rosa Junior College Bookstore is located on the Santa Rosa Campus in Pioneer Hall:
SRJC's Santa Rosa Campus is located at 1501 Mendocino Avenue
From US-101 take College Avenue Exit
Head east, turn left on Mendocino Avenue
Go through the Legion Gates at 1501 Mendocino, located directly after large multilevel parking structure
Pioneer Hall is located toward the end of the circle driveway
Parking meters are available for customer convenience
Pioneer Hall is the first building built on the Santa Rosa campus and was completed on May 29, 1931.The Bookstore moved to Pioneer Hall over 40 years ago during Spring Break 1973. In the 1960s, the state legislature mandated that public buildings meet the Field Act requirement for earthquake protection. Pioneer Hall predated the Field Act, therefore it was retrofitted to maintain the architectural design and meet earthquake standards. The Bookstore originated in room 73 of Analy Hall in the 1940s. In the 1960s it moved to the Doyle Center.
SRJC Bookstore supports both the current College community and the prospective student. The Bookstore offers used and new textbooks, supplies, computer software, art materials, and a wide selection of school memorabilia.
The mission of the Santa Rosa Junior College Bookstore is to provide the Santa Rosa Junior College community with books, related materials and supplies, and services that support the diverse needs of our students, staff, and faculty. The Bookstore is nonprofit and self supporting, and provides a significant contribution to the SRJC community.