The Native American Center (NAC) centers Native Indigenous students and is dedicated to serving their cultural and academic needs as students at Santa Rosa Junior College. It is a place to learn, to grow, to relax, to celebrate, to meet friends, to find support, to get advice, and to nurture community.
The Native American Center (NAC) is dedicated to supporting the diverse and changing needs of Native students and increasing our visibility by hosting student-centered programs, cultural events, and providing tools for academic success and personal well-being. The center is a vital link between Native students, the College, and tribal communities that fosters growth through mentoring, leadership opportunities, and scholarly development.
- To promote the value of a college education for Natives.
- To serve as a supportive space for students as they transition from home to college life.
- To center Indigenous knowledge and practices in our activities and help preserve the culture and heritage of Native students.
- To serve as a liaison between Native communities and the Santa Rosa Junior College.
The Native American Center (NAC) is in Pioneer Hall 380, next to the SRJC Bookstore and is open daily from 9 am - 5 pm. The NAC shares the Intercultural Center (ICC) space with Sawubona Black Student Success Center, Puente/Chicanx Latinx American, APASS Asian Pacific American, and Queer Resource Center/LGBEQQA+ students.