Transition to College

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Students will learn about services from the Disability Resources Department; get information about being a student at SRJC; take English and Math Placement tests with EXTRA time and be eligible to REGISTER EARLY for fall classes.

 

How do I participate?

You can participate in our Transition to College program by following these simple steps: TC Getting Started Steps to Canvas. You can also request services by submitting a request for services, authorization for release of information and verification of your disability to Disability Resources. See TC Timeline and Getting Started for forms and more information.

 

Other Student Resources

1. Tips to prepare for college while in junior high or high school

2. Differences between expectations and responsibilities in high school and college

3. US Department of Education: Office for Civil Rights - Students with disabilities: Preparing for post-secondary education

4. Resources for teens with disabilities planning to go to college

5. Resources for students with intellectual disabilities preparing to go to college

 

For Parents

As a parent, what are my rights regarding access to my child's information at Santa Rosa Junior College?

Family Educational Rights And Privacy Act

 

Unable to participate in Transition to College?

Please refer to the Disability Resources Department Getting Started page and choose the option that best describes you.

Need more information? Call or e-mail the Disability Resources office.