Outreach & Community Relations
DeRicco Student Services Brochure
Workshops, Presentations and Services
Formore information or to schedule workshops, presentations or other services, contact the Outreach and Community Relations Department at (209) 954-5151 x6144 or x6145 - firstname.lastname@example.org
A tour of the San Joaquin Delta College campus is a great way for prospective students, parents
and groups to see our beautiful campus. A general or a customized tour of the campus can be arranged.
Disability Support Programs & Services (DSP&S) Program Overview & Transition
A DSP&S representative will meet with students who have a disability
and/or their parents to briefly describe the services, classes, and program options that are available.
Disability Support Programs & Services (DSP&S)
Accommodated Assessment/Placement Testing for Students with Disabilities
A representative from DSP&S will arrange for students with
disabilities to take the assessment/placement test under accommodated conditions. Historically, DSP&S has
offered this accommodated testing service at one location within a Special Education Local Planning
Agency (SELPA) for students who need test accommodation to maximize their success on the placement test..
Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS) Workshop Information
EOPS is a "student success partnership program" designed to provide educationally and economically
disadvantaged students with the skills, knowledge, and experience necessary for college success. EOPS
Information Workshops are designed to provide parents and students information related to EOPS
eligibility, application prodedures, economic assistance programs, and student support services.
Faculty Presentations by Divisions, Majors, Programs and/or Certificates
San Joaquin Delta College faculty will present information specific to their area of expertise, such
as Agriculture, Engineering, Fashion Merchandise, Apparel Design, and Culinary Arts. Presentations may
include information on certificate and major programs.
- Financial Aid Workshop
Financial Aid Workshops are available to assist parents and students with the financial aid application
process. Workshops address questions such as: "How do I fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid
Application (FAFSA)?", "What is financial aid?", "How is my eligibility determined?" "What scholarships, grants and student loans are available?" and "How long does the process take?"
A college representative will staff an information table at your community event or at your school campus, to answer general questions concerning San Joaquin Delta College programs and services.
A representative from Learning Disabilities will provide an overview of programs and services for
students who have average or above ability and have special learning needs. Placement is based upon
Parent Night Presentations
A college representative will attend your school's parent night program. College staff will make
a brief presentation on programs and services available at San Joaquin Delta College and share materials
to inform parents about the advantages of attending a community college.
Planning for Student Athletes
A San Joaquin Delta College counselor, with specialized training in intercollegiate athletics, will
provide information to student athletes regarding academic and career decisions critical to their
athletic eligilbility and transfer requirements to NCAA and NAIA four-year colleges and universities.
Student Activities/Student Life
A representative from the Student Activities Office will meet with your students and student
activities advisor to provide information on the opportunities available through clubs, social
interaction, networking on campus and in the community, political interaction, student government,
college committee service, college ambassador service, and student organization participation. Such
activities provide students the ability to apply classroom knowledge in an interactive social setting.
Transfer to Four-Year College/Universities
A representative from the San Joaquin Delta College Transfer Center will present information
concerning transfering to four-year colleges and universities, including transfer admissions agreements
with UC Davis, University of the Pacific, CSU Sacramento, and CSU Stanislaus.