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Counseling Department - Serves first-time to college, returning, and continuing students. Provides initial orientations, counseling, instruction, and services which assist individuals in attaining their educational, occupational, and personal/life goals.

Disability Resources Department - Facilitates equal access to community college education through specialized instruction and programs for students with disabilities. Programs include learning skills and online tutoring.

CalWORKs Program - Serves potential, current, and former TANF recipients attending SRJC. Offers a variety of services and financial resources that can help cover educational and living costs.

EOPS - Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS) is a program that helps full-time, low income, educationally disadvantaged students (e.g., first generation college students, high school drop-outs, ESL students, or low English or math levels) achieve their academic goals at SRJC.

College Skills - Offers open-entry, open-exit Basic Skills Labs to help students brush up and improve reading, writing, and/or math skills, as well as prepare for the GED test.

Assessment & GED Services - Provides placement testing to give you and your counselor valuable information about your skills in English, math, chemistry and ESL.

Financial Aid - The purpose of financial aid programs is to remove financial barriers that may prevent you from pursuing your educational goals. According to federal law, students are unable to receive any federal aid, including grants, loans, and work-study, if they were convicted of a drug-related offense while receiving federal financial aid.

Student Health Services - Individualized services include free clinical visits with nurse practitioners and physicians, along with treatment of acute injuries and illnesses. Also, testing and over the counter items are available.

Computer Labs - Offers open hours during the semester for enrolled students to complete class assignments.

Student Psychological Services - Mental Health Providers and counseling services are available for evaluation and treatment of many health conditions.

Student Employment - Assists all SRJC students and alumni who are seeking employment.

Off-campus Housing - Provides available housing listings in the local area.

English as a Second Language - Offers a supportive environment for 2nd language students who wish to improve their reading, writing and speaking skills.

Tutorial Center - Provides tutors to students needing assistance in their regular coursework.

Writing Center - Get assistance with your writing.