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To the Disability Support Program & Services (DSPS)
at San Joaquin Delta College!
DSPS empowers students with disabilities to achieve their goals and become contributing members of society by eliminating barriers and facilitating services for students to become accountable, self-reliant, responsible, and capable.
DeRicco Student Services Building
Room 234 ~ Phone: (209) 954-5151 ext. 6272 ~ Confidential Fax: (209) 954-3758
SPRING SEMESTER SERVICE COUNTER HOURS:
Monday - Thursday, 8:30 am - 3:30 pm, and
Friday - 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
No Counseling Services:
New Student Appointments
New students must check-in 15 minutes before their scheduled appointment time to complete a pre-intake packet. Documentation must be shown to staff at time of check-in to proceed with scheduled intake. Students who do not bring disability verification to intake appointment will be rescheduled to a later date.
CLICK HERE for DSPS Application for Services Packet.
Scheduling of Appointments
Counselors see students with scheduled appointments. Drop-ins are available for quick questions, based on Counselor availability and are subject to change
Appointments are scheduled up to two weeks in advance. Once that day's appointments are full, students are encouraged to call back the following business day. Call (209) 954-5151, ext. 6272, or visit DeRicco 234 for appointments.
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.
New policy has been implemented that affects your ability to repeat Special Classes.
Click here for more information.
TASK (Transition for Academic Success is Key) Learning Community
Accepting Summer 2016 Applications, April 4th - May 6th. For more information, click the below.
CLICK HERE for TASK Brochure
CLICK HERE for TASK Flyer
CLICK HERE for fillable application.
May 18th - 25th:
Wednesday, May 25th:
SPRING SEMESTER ENDS
Thursday, May 26th:
Dates and information subject to change.
DSPS 4TH ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE - for High School Seniors and their Parents/Guardians.
When: Wednesday, May 4th
Time: 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. - Presentation will begin promptly at 5:30 p.m.
Location: DeRicco Building, 2nd floor, Room 275
CLICK HERE for informational Flyer
Parking Fees and Enforcement
Winter Break & Spring Parking Infomation
Spring Semester 2016:
The "Two Week Grace Period" to allow students to purchase parking permits at the beginning of every semester has returned.
Disabled Parking Stalls:
Parking permits are NOT required when parking legally in a disabled parking stall.
Semester Parking Permit
Daily permit $2.00
Summer Intercession Parking Permit
Daily permit $2.00
Summer Permit - $20
Two-wheeled vehicle permit - $16.00
For all disabled employees, student,s and visitors parking in a disabled parking stall, a DMV placard and ownership document must provide upon officer's request. Parking in restricted spaces, red zones and loading zones is NOT permitted. Daily Parking Permits can be obtained from the large yellow "Park-Ur-Self" machines located in each parking lot. Permits are good for one day. Semester Parking Permits can be purchased at the Bookstore or click here to purchase online.
Police Department Parking Information Website:
Student Learning Outcomes
Student learning outcomes ( SLOs) are specific
statements that describe the knowledge (what students will know), skills
(what students will be able to do or demonstrate) and, what students
are expected to learn as a result of their successful completion of a
course or program. Click here for
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