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
Important COVID-19 Information:
Due to COVID-19 impacts, SRJC is implementing some changes in our service delivery model. This means that for the foreseeable future, all of our student contacts (intakes, advising, etc.) will take place either over the phone or via video conference (Zoom). The situation is evolving, and we will do our best to advise future SRJC (Transition to College ) students as they plan for summer and/or fall. Our priority for the next several weeks will be to assist our current students as they work to complete the semester via remote instruction.
We will do our best to schedule welcome appointments with our high school seniors, but it may be difficult to do this in as timely a manner as we would like. We ask that you are patient with us, and you may also be able to find immediate answers to your questions via our SRJC website.
Another step to earn priority registration is the completion of an education plan. This would typically be completed in your welcome appointment with your Disability Specialist, but this may be difficult to accomplish prior to the registration date. Students have the option to make a remote appointment to develop an education plan with a SRJC counselor, and can schedule this through the student cubby under “appointments”.
If students are unable to complete the steps for priority registration, it does NOT mean that they can’t register for a semester. It just means that they won’t have Priority 1 registration. Registration is open until classes are full, or once the semester has started and it is too late to add due to missed instruction.
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 for the Transition to College program 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: