PROGRAMS & SERVICES
- Adapted PE (APE)
- Access Technology Center (ATC)
- College to Career Program (C2C)
- Deaf /HoH Program (DHH)
- Transition to College (TC)
- Testing & Support Services Center
COLLEGE TO CAREER PROGRAM (C2C)
The mission of the College to Career program is to create and promote Career and Technical Education opportunities leading to gainful employment, for students with intellectual disabilities and/or autism in postsecondary education.
WHAT IS THE COLLEGE TO CAREER (C2C) PROGRAM?
The College to Career Program is a three-year program designed to help students with intellectual disabilities and/or autism obtain employment in Sonoma County and in the career area of their choice. The C2C program at SRJC is one of eight such programs in the State of California and partners with:
Admission is a competitive process and C2C only accepts about 20 new students annually. Students who seek admission to C2C are required to submit an application and attend an interview with our C2C Coordinator.
The College to Career Program spans three years, culminating in competitive paid employment for students with intellectual disabilities and/or autism. Students take classes as a cohort, as well as participate in college classes and activities individually. Below is an overview of program course offerings and activities. To view and print a more detailed overview click here.
This program qualifies as a comprehensive transition program, a federal designation that allows for financial aid to students in the program.
DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING PROGRAM (DHH)
The Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program(DHH) provides services for Deaf and hard of hearing students on all campus locations of Santa Rosa Junior College. Deaf and hard of hearing students receive a full range of accommodations to assist them in achieving their academic and personal goals.
Accommodations include: interpreting, captioning, note-taking, assistive listening devices, and testing accommodations. Additionally, students have access to the various services available to all students, including transfer assistance, vocation counseling and tutoring.
Many students participate in extracurricular activities, such as playing on sports teams, attending SRJC cultural events and joining campus clubs. The Disability Resources Department faculty, staff and interpreters strive to provide access and support so that all Deaf and hard of hearing students can be successful.
SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETING OFFICE
Telephone/Voice: (707) 527-4487
Video Phone: (707) 623-1630 or (707) 331-1156
DISABILITY MANAGEMENT & COUNSELING
Eligible students will be assigned a Disability Specialist.
DRD students are encouraged to meet with their Disability Specialist at least three times per semester for specialized advising and disability management:
- At the beginning of the semester to request and set up your accommodations,
- Mid-semester to discuss your progress, and
- At the end of the semester to discuss how the semester went and to plan your next semester.
Your Disability Specialist may help with items such as:
- Authorizing/Updating Academic Accommodations
- Assisting with classroom/instructor issues
- Planning your classes/schedules
- Unit equivalency for EOPS or Medical Insurance
- Strategies for disability management
- Admissions & Records Petitions
- Referrals to college & community resources
Of course, any time you have questions or concerns, you may meet with your Disability Specialist as needed.
Academic Counseling is also available in DRD.
DRD students may schedule appointments to meet with a DRD Counselor to:
- Create/Update education plans
- Get assistance with Financial Aid appeals
- Create Financial Aid education plans
- Discuss graduation or transfer requirements
- Get assistance with Probation/Dismissal status
- Get assistance with Academic/ Progress Renewal and other petitions