BANNER SRJC Bearfacts Newsletter - Spring 2024

 

SRJC BearFacts Newsletter | 05.12.2024 Publication

 

DATE INFORMATION
May 18-24, 2024 Final Examinations
May 24, 2024 Last day to opt for P/NP for a semester length class
May 24, 2024 Celebrate CE!
May 25, 2024 Commencement Exercises

Visit the Academic Calendar website for more info: 
admissions.santarosa.edu/academic-calendar


AN AAPI SERIES FOR AAPI HERITAGE MONTH!

Join us for these 6 different events that celebrate the achievements, contributions, and history of Asian Pacific Islander Americans in the United States. https://intercultural.santarosa.edu/APIhm

intercultural.santarosa.edu/APIhm  


CUBCARD PREMIUM BENEFITS FOR SUMMER!

Summer Savings. CubCard Premium only $9. Save on Parking $5 off parking pass $2 off motorcycle. 10% off Bookstore Supplies 10% off bookstore purchases year round! 10% off Textbooks 10% off textbooks 06/06/24- 06/22/24. On Campus Discount $.50 off Bear's Den w / purchase of $4.95. Off Ccmpus Discolnb Constantly Growing Local Off-Campus Discounts! Visit for more savings:

studentlife.santarosa.edu/cubcard-premium 

 

SRJC VOCAL RECITAL

“Hail, Poetry!” on May 14th: Students of the SRJC Diction & Repertoire for Singers class present “Hail, Poetry!” a recital of songs in English ranging from the high-minded art songs of Britten and Copland, to the hilarious operetta of Gilbert & Sullivan, Tuesday, May 14, 2024 at 7:30pm.  Jody Benecke, director and Nancy Hayashibara, piano.

music.santarosa.edu/events 


CONCERT SERIES: SRJC SYMPHONIC CHORUS & CHAMBER SINGERS

“Voices of Earth & Sky” on May 15th: Please join the Santa Rosa Symphonic Chorus and SRJC Chamber Singers in Burbank Auditorium on Wednesday, May 15th at 7:30 pm as we present choral music reflecting the title theme “Voices of Earth & Sky”.  Featured on the program will be works by two of our own SRJC Music colleagues:  “Music, Do Not Cease,” an affecting setting of a classic poetic text, by Mark Alun Anderman, and a unique trilogy of songs by Nancy Hayashibara that explores lyrical communication through both sound and gesture.  Jody Benecke, director and Nancy Hayashibara, piano.

music.santarosa.edu/events 


SRJC ORCHESTRA: COMEDY NIGHT

The Santa Rosa Junior College Orchestra will present a concert under the direction of its Conductor Cynthia Weichel, on Friday, May 17, 2024 - 7:30 pm at Burbank Auditorium on the Santa Rosa Junior College campus, 1501 Mendocino Ave. General admission tickets are on sale at Eventbrite: $12 adults, $6 students, seniors and children (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/srjc-orchestra-comedy-tonight-tickets-882375096667)  Come join us for a night of laughter and music. The SRJC Orchestra will be performing a fun-filled concert featuring comedic pieces that are sure to leave you smiling. Grab your friends and family for a memorable evening of entertainment. Don't miss out on this unique event that promises to tickle your funny bone.

music.santarosa.edu/events


RAINBOW GRADUATION

Rainbow Graduation Class of 2024 Please join us to celebrate the graduation of our queer and trans students! This event is for students earning a degree, certificates, GED, highschool seniors, or those transferring with no degree. Location: Flamingo Resort, Santa Rosa. Date May 17. Time: 2:00-4:00pm. Graduates RSVP by May 3. Email: qrc@santarosa.edu Instagram: qrcsrjc RSVP https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdHd_BLs_I8gff4Ag1dXxwybdCYTdyNu7_GImafn51GjocG4w/viewform

EVENT: MAY 17 | RSVP BY: MAY 3 | LINK HERE


PERFORMANCE OF BURNT CITY + FORENSICS TEAM FUNDRAISER

Hope you can join us May 23 Thursday at 730pm at the Arlene Francis Center in Santa Rosa, CA for an SRJC Forensics Team Fundraiser featuring some incredible performances.  To start his 2024 summer tour, Josh Hamzehee's award-winning Burnt City: A Dystopian Bilingual One-Persian Show! is coming to Arlene Francis Center for Spirit, Art, and Politics in Santa Rosa, CA!  This show teams up with the national award-winning SRJC Forensics Speech, Debate, and Performance Team to fundraise for a growing squad! To open, they'll be showing off a trio of works: a funny speech about a serious subject, a powerful poetry performance, and a laugh-out-loud reader's theatre, The Bad Show!  All proceeds go to SRJC Forensics Team students and the Arlene Francis Center.  Thursday, May 23, 730PM Tickets ($12 Students and $20 General Admission, or $25 at door) https://www.eventbrite.com/e/887269686517

eventbrite.com/e/burnt-city-a-one-persian-show-srjc-forensics-team-fundraiser-wbad-show-tickets-887269686517 


CELEBRATE YOUR CERTIFICATE

Celebrate CE 2024 WHO & WHAT: We're coming together to celebrate all students who are completing of have completed certificates during the 2023-2024 Academic Year. WHEN: May 24, 2024 @ 5:00pm WHERE: Haehl Pavilion, SRJC Santa Rosa Campus. QUESTIONS? Contact Jamie Longnecker at jlongnecker@santarosa.edu RSVP https://santarosajuniorcollege.formstack.com/forms/celebrate_ce_2024_student_rsvp_final

ce.santarosa.edu/celebrate-ce-2024-details 

 

 

ATHLETICS

Bear Cub Athletics Upcoming Events

www.srjcathletics.com 

 

SUBSCRIBE TO THE PEERS WELLNESS NEWSLETTER

SUBSCRIBE to the PEERS Wellness Newsletter! Wellness Newsletter, provided by SRJC Health PEERS, offers wellness-related information, events, and resources on campus bi-weekly

shs.santarosa.edu/current-events#NewsletterSignUp 


AFTER HOURS MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT

AFTER HOURS Mental Health Support SRJC Student Health Services Call (707) 527-4445 Press 8 to speak with a mental health specialist. Call the mental health support line when Student Health Services is closed. Multiple languages available. SHS.SANTAROSA.EDU

shs.santarosa.edu 


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Welcome to the coolest corner of the BearFacts, where we post club info!
(Clubs created BearFacts btw!)

ICC 2024_S

(Pictured Above) Inter-Club Council Spring 2024 

Visit the Club website or contact your student representatives for more information: 
studentlife.santarosa.edu/clubs

ACTIVE CLUBS & MEETING TIMES |  INTER-CLUB COUNCIL | PETALUMA COUNCILCLUB FINANCES | CLUB RESOURCES

REPRESENTATIVE POSTION
Andrew Simmalaychanh Vice President of Clubs - Santa Rosa
Alonso Rodriguez Villalobos Vice President of Clubs - Petaluma
 

DEBATE TEAM

If you like to advocate, perform, travel, and grow, join the SRJC Forensics Speech, Debate, and Performance Team! We offer students opportunities to develop, refine, and practice communication skills. SRJC has a 100-year history of developing new speakers into confident performers, and guiding competitors to intramural tournament success, state titles, and national championships.  Get transferable and repeatable units (Comm 52A or B), enroll and compete every semester, grow communication and performance skills, play and experiment with ideas, advocate for a better world, make memories and connections, travel to new cities and campuses, expand your worldview, enhance your resume for your career, transferring, and graduate school, and work to be a national champion… all in a fun and supportive atmosphere!

comm-studies.santarosa.edu/forensics-public-performance-and-intercollegiate-speech-and-debate 


HISTORY STUDENTS ASSOCIATION

History

studentlife.santarosa.edu/history-students-association 


PHI THETA KAPPA

PTK

studentlife.santarosa.edu/phi-theta-kappa


 

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BearFacts Information:
BearFacts Student Newsletter is a publication from the office of Student Life, Equity & Engagement (SLEE) Programs.
The purpose of the BearFacts bulletin is to provide students with information about SRJC activities, engagement opportunities, and important deadlines and to promote student retention and success.

All submissions can be made using the Student Communications Form. Submissions are subject to approval, and may be edited for length & clarity. 
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SRJC Non-Discrimination Policy:
The Sonoma County Junior College District does not discriminate on the basis of race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, ethnic group identification, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic condition, marital status, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information or sexual orientation in any of its policies, procedures or practices; nor does the District discriminate against any employees or applicants for employment on the basis of their age. This non-discrimination policy covers admission, access and treatment in District programs and activities--including but not limited to academic admissions, financial aid, educational services and athletics--and application for District employment. The Sonoma County Junior College District is an equal opportunity employer.


Land Acknowledgement:
We acknowledge that we gather at Santa Rosa Junior College on the territorial traditional land of the Pomo People in Santa Rosa and the Coast Miwok People in Petaluma, past and present, and honor with gratitude the land itself and the people who have stewarded it throughout the generations.