Transition to College (TC) is a program that supports high school seniors with disabilities as they transition from high school to college. We work with students throughout their senior year of high school to:
- learn about services from the Disability Resources Department
- get information about being a student at SRJC
- develop an education plan
- be eligible to REGISTER EARLY for summer and fall classes
In order to participate in our Transition to College program, you need to submit a Request for Services and Authorization for Release of Information form along with your current IEP or 504 plan to our Disability Resources office. You can download the required paperwork here. The sooner we get connected with you during your senior year, the better! Here is a recommended timeline of important dates to follow during your senior year:
Please join us for an Information Night to learn more about establishing services and getting started at SRJC after high school. Click here for more information.
The most comprehensive way to get information from our Transition to College program is through our online course system, Canvas. Please click here to be redirected to Canvas.
For additional information about the Transition to College program, you can check our Frequently Asked Questions.
You can also contact us at:
Santa Rosa Campus:
Here are some additional resources for students preparing to attend college:
- Differences between expectations and responsibilities in high school and college
- US Department of Education: Office for Civil Rights - Students with disabilities: Preparing for post-secondary education
- Resources for teens with disabilities planning to go to college
- Resources for students with intellectual disabilities preparing to go to college
- Confidentiality information for parents/caregivers: Family Educational Rights And Privacy Act (FERPA)