Transition for Academic Success is Key (TASK):
TASK is summer bridge program designed for students who learn differently. It is a two-week learning community designed to assist 25 students as they transition from high school to college. The intensive orientation provided through TASK will help students build the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully achieve their academic goals at Delta College. Students will enroll in two one-unit courses: Learning Skills 72: Transition for Academic Success and Guidance 19: Introduction to College. Courses are scheduled to meet, June 6th through 16th, 2016, Monday through Thursday, 8:30 am to 12:30 pm; no Friday classes. Students with an IEP, 504 Plan, and/or Psych Evaluation are eligible to participate. Priority consideration will be given to five students from each of the following high school districts: Stockton, Lincoln, Lodi, Manteca, and Tracy. Students from other districts may be considered. Applications are now currently CLOSED.
Changes Affecting your Ability to Repeat Special Classes
Changes in State law have more narrowly defined approved reasons to repeat special classes such as Special Education (SP ED) and Adapted Physical Education (APE). If you are planning to register in a special course you have already taken, you must now complete and submit a Special Class Repeat Petition to Admissions and Records. This petition requires the signature of and/or consultation with a DSPS counselor. Please read the petition carefully, complete and submit it to DSPS for counselor review. Call (209) 954-5151, x.6272, if you have questions.
New Intake Process for new students:
New students should arrive 15 minutes in advance to complete Release of Confidential Information and Application For Services forms, and provide verification. Documentation must be submitted and/or shown to staff prior to meeting with a counselor. Students who neglect to bring proof of a disability will be asked to return when they have appropriate documentation.
Continuation of DSPS services:
In order to receive services through the DSPS program, students must meet with a DSPS counselor each term they require services. Services are not automatically approved for the academic year. DSPS counselors determine accommodations based on the student's functional and/or educational limitation as detailed in the student's disability verification documentation.
Important Parking Information:
Please arrive to campus at least 30 minutes early for your appointment. Parking is limited due to campus construction and high traffic the first few weeks of school. Allow time to park and arrive to our office by your scheduled appointment time.