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Meet the Staff Disability Resources

Melissa Matthews - Coordinator

(650) 738-4279

Judith Lariviere - Assistive Technology Computer Specialist

(650) 738-4497

Skyline College


Some Adult Transition Program students attend classes at Skyline College.  Some students are independent with support before or after classes as needed.  All of the students are registered at the Disability Resource Center (DRC).  Students with verified disabilities have the right to receive reasonable academic adjustments in order to create an educational environment where they have equal access to instruction. The San Mateo County Community College District is responsible for making modifications to academic requirements and practices as necessary, without any fundamental alteration of academic standards, courses, educational programs or degrees, to ensure that it does not discriminate against qualified students with disabilities.  Services include but are not limited to: ASL interpreting, registration assistance, extended time on placement tests, lockers, adaptive physical education classes, Assistive Technology classes, note-taking, equipment loans, textbooks and tests/exams in alternate format, and referral services.


What are the eligibility criteria for this program?
Eligibility for college-age students who are enrolled in ATP is determined by the IEP team and specified in the Individual Transition Plan. Students enrolled are encouraged to maximize their abilities and to take on more adult roles within the college environment.

Dual Enrollment

Students typically aged 18-22 years old who are eligible for special education and related services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education act (IDEA) and are still enrolled in Adult Transition Program but take college courses.

Disability Resource Center Forms