Transition to College (TC)

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

For more information, contact Andrea Alexander (Santa Rosa campus) at aalexander@santarosa.edu or Amy LaCasse (Petaluma campus) at alacasse@santarosa.edu.

We look forward to working with you soon!

Important COVID-19 Information

Due to COVID-19 impacts, SRJC is implementing some changes in our service delivery model. Students may access their specialists remotely over the phone or via video conference (Zoom). We are offering limited on campus appointments but if this is your preference you may request this when scheduling your appointment. For the Spring 2022 semester, all students on campus will need to provide verification of COVID-19 Vaccination.

Request for DRD Services

The request for services is the form to be completed to get started with services in Disability Resources. 

  • For more information in English click here
  • For more information in ASL click here (coming soon)
  • For more information in Spanish, click here 

Click here for the Request for Services form
SOLICITUD DE SERVICIOS EN ESPAÑOL

What is Disability Resources?

The Disability Resources Department provides academic accommodations and educational assistance in courses in accordance with state and federal law.  

  • For more information in English, click here (coming soon)
  • For more information in ASL, click here (coming soon)
  • For more information in Spanish, click here (coming soon)

Time Management in College​

How you manage your time in college is different than it was in high school. 

  • For more information in English, click here (coming soon)
  • For more information in Spanish, click here (coming soon)
  • For more information in ASL, click here (coming soon)

ACCESS  STARTS  HERE.