Animal & Equine Science FAQ

1. I'm interested in the Animal/Equine Science program at Santa Rosa Junior College, but I'm not sure where to start?

After enrolling at Santa Rosa Junior College and receiving your student ID, you can enroll in Animal Science or Equine Science courses. There is not a separate application to the Animal & Equine Science program. View the Animal Science and Equine Science class schedule here:

We recommend setting up an appointment with a Counselor to develop an educational plan. For more information about SRJC's Counseling department, check out their website:

2. How much does this program cost?

For California residents, each unit at SRJC costs $46. This cost does not include textbooks or other fees. You can view the full fee list & non-resident tuition costs at For Fall 2022, the Animal Science: Livestock and Equine Management Certificate is 24 units. The estimated total is $1,104.

3. Are there any Animal Science or Equine Science specific scholarships?

Yes, there are scholarships for the Agriculture/Natural Resources department and many for Animal Science/Equine Science specifically. You can view a partial list of Ag/NR scholarships here. Find more information and apply for scholarships here.

More Questions?

Contact Amy Housman, Animal & Equine Science Program Coordinator at 707-527-4710 or email