SRJC Summer Session Classes
Begin Monday , June 14th
FREE CLASSES

BALANCE & STREHGTH
Fridays 9:30 a.m.
Zoom
OAP (older adult program) OAP 507 Section 8330
First class will be Friday, June 25th

FITNESS
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7:30 a.m.
Zoom
OAP 507 Section 8963
First class will be Monday, June 14th

STRETCH & STRENGTH
Tuesdays and Thursdays 7:30 a.m
Zoom
OAP 507. Section 8962
First class will be Tuesday, June 15th

To start these summer session classes:
If you have taken a class with Mary this spring semester you don’t have to register if you want to continue the same class.
Your name will automatically be included on the summer session roster.

If you have taken a class with the Junior College within the past year, you only need to
Register in the class section you desire by going to the
Santa Rosa Junior College website
Then to the Older Adult Program (this is a shorter form than to enroll and register for on campus classes in other programs!!
Register for the class section you desire
Download the Zoom application on one of your devices
Email Mary at: mhastings@santarosa.edu
For the Zoom meeting number and passcode

If it’s been more than a year or you are a new student you will need to
Santa Rosa Junior College website
Older Adult Program
Enroll in the JC (this is the short form for seniors not for on campus classes in other programs)!!
Register for the class section or sections you desire
Download the Zoom application on one of your devices
Email Mary at: mhastings@santarosa.edu
For the Zoom meeting number and passcode

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