• Seven paratransit stops are located on the Santa Rosa campus.

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Access

Universal Design

One of the best ways to promote success for all students is to embrace Universal Design for Learning Practices. When used effectively, they may mitigate the need for additional class accommodations; you can find SRJC's in-depth Universal Design Toolkit here.

Access requirements can be helpful for everyone - not just people with disabilities. All users benefit when there are a variety of ways to access material. Planning for access during course development is much easier than creating accommodation strategies after someone with a disability enrolls in the class (or applies to teach it), and it's required of all online materials.

Universal design is defined by Ron Mace of the Center for Universal Design at North Carolina State University as "the design of products and environments to be usable by all people, to the greatest extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specialized design." The concept stresses design that is marketable to people with diverse abilities, preferences, languages, ages, and other characteristics.

For more information on the principles of universal design and their relevance for instructors, visit the Curriculum Committee website.

 

Paratransit

Many people with disabilities can ride ordinary, fixed transit routes; for those who can't, paratransit offers door-to-door service. Paratransit vehicles vary their routes based on riders’ destinations, but they must be booked in advance.

Though the Americans with Disabilities Act does not require transit agencies “to meet all the transportation needs of individuals with disabilities,” it does ensure that people with disabilities receive the same mass transportation opportunities as everyone else. Most paratransit rides cost $3; please follow the links below for more information on local paratransit providers.

SCT Paratransit

City of Santa Rosa Paratransit

Petaluma Paratransit

 

Disability Resource Department

For more information, please visit the DRD website by clicking here.


Clipper BayPass

NEW PILOT PUBLIC TRANSPORTAION PROGRAM
Fall 2022-Summer 2024

Currently enrolled SRJC Students (in fall 2022) can get a Clipper BayPass free of charge. This pass provides transportation on all bus, rail, and ferry service in the 9-county San Francisco Bay Area region on lines where Clipper passes are accepted. This program is FREE to SRJC students, who will remain eligible for two-years - as long as they are enrolled.

This is a two-year pilot project to study the benefits of a transit pass that provides access to all transit services in the 9-county Bay Area.

To apply for the Clipper BayPass please fill out this form: srjc_clipper_baypass_form


After submitting the online form, the Clipper BayPass cards must picked up by December 16, 2022

For more information, visit the Clipper BayPass FAQ page

 

NUEVO PROGRAMA PILOTO DE TRANSPORTE PUBLICO
OTOÑO 2022-VERANO 2024

Los estudiantes que actualmente están inscritos en el SRJC (en el otoño 2022) pueden obtener un Clipper BayPass sin cargo. Este pase proporciona transporte en todos los servicios de autobús, tren y ferri en los 9 condados de la región del Area de la Bahía de San Francisco, en las líneas que aceptan los pases Clipper. Este programa es GRATUITO para los estudiantes del SRJC, quienes seguirán siendo elegibles por dos años - siempre y cuando estén inscritos.

Este es un programa piloto de dos años para estudiar los beneficios de un pase de transporte que proporciona acceso a todos los servicios de transporte en los 9 condados del Area de la Bahía.

Para solicitar el Clipper BayPass por favor llene esta forma: forma clipper_baypass del srjc

Después de presentar la forma en línea, las tarjetas Clipper BayPass se deben de recoger antes del 16 de diciembre, 2022

Para mayor información, visite la página de Preguntas Frecuentes sobre el Clipper BayPass