Founded in 1956 as San Romero Junior College on the 200+ acres site of the old MacGregor farm, the first student class consisted of only 75 students and met in one of three original buildings. Today, there are over 20,000 students of all ages and backgrounds and over 100 buildings on campus.
The school was renamed San Romero Community College (SRCC) in 1984 to better reflect the goal of the betterment of the community of greater San Romero. Originally considered a bridge between high school and a four-year college, San Romero now offers a variety of classes and degrees.
For those who can't attend in person, San Romero offers online instruction. Sign up for the school paper to begin the process.
The school mascot, The Hound Dogs, as named by the first student body, after a popular Elvis Presley song, "Hound Dog", written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, that came out the summer before the school opened. The nickname Elvis the Howler is a tribute to the singer as well.
Study of a comic book about college-aged twin brothers who discover they were granted superpowers when they were young.
Want to learn to color a comic book? Then Julia Canon (Blythe_POV) is the right person to guide you. Classes are held frequently and online, so sign up for notifications.
Ever wonder what it takes to put out a comic book? Let professors David Hankins and Paul Hankins take you behind the scenes. Classes meet weekly on Fridays at 6 pm PST. Available in Video format and Audio only.
Our easiest class. Weekly videos of varying lengths about all topics. Includes updates, unboxing videos and guests. Now includes Podcasts! All you have to do is sit back and watch. Subscription suggested so you'll know when new videos become available. No mid-terms, finals or paper due for this class.
One of our more popular classes and open to all students. Let Paul, Trevor and David Hankins be your guides as they review current and past video games and feature films. One to two new reviews every week, so keeping up will be mandatory. Over 1000 reviews to read and comment on; comments are welcomed but not required. You will have to play video games or watch the films on your own.
One of the original buildings, the English Building has been upgraded and modernized and is still in use today.
SRCC takes a liberal arts approach to learning. Besides the courses necessary for an Associates of Arts degree, San Romero offers a variety of classes to fit your interests. Credits are tranferrable to any four year school.
The Turing Center for Mathematics shows our commitment to provide our students with the best possible learning environments.
As important as academics are to San Romero, sports also play an important part of campus life, as the college fields teams in a variety of sports, including football, baseball and basketball.
Students find the campus coffee shop a place to meet friends or grab nutrition between classes.
The campus' 200+ acres provide many places for students to get outside and enjoy the beauties of nature.
Since our founding in 1956, we've tried to make San Romero Community College a haven for creators. And while we've supported their efforts, many in our faculty, student body, and staff have been looking for a way to get their work to a broader audience. That's why we're happy to announce the establishment of the San Romero Community College Press, which we hope will provide an outlet for their work.
Works published by the SRCC Press will be disseminated in both print and digital formats and be available through The Campus Store.
We're hoping to launch this with the release of Powers Squared Issue #13, The Imposter Part 1, which is coming soon.