Resources for Students
At De Anza, you will find people who want to help you succeed, and programs designed for that purpose. Below are some of the resources available for students.
Be sure to check the individual program websites for their current contact information, or visit our directory of Online Fall Services.
Help With Basic NeedsAre you struggling to secure the daily essentials of food, housing or transportation? You're not alone. There are resources and referrals available for De Anza students.
Click on a link for contact information, office hours and details about the services available at these offices.
- Admissions and Records
- Assessment Center (Placement)
- Cashier's Office
- Financial Aid
These pages will tell you about some of the academic support you'll find at De Anza.
- Academics Overview
- Career Training
- Counseling and Advising
- Equity and Engagement
- Honors Program
- Learning Communities
- Math Performance Success (MPS)
- Online Education
- Outreach Office
- Student Success and Retention Services
- Transfer Center
- Tutoring (Student Success Center)
These programs offer additional assistance, depending on your circumstances.
Adapted Physical Education
Physical fitness for students with disabilities
Assistance for students who are also parents with limited incomes
Help in choosing a major or career path
Available on campus through the Child Development and Education Department
College Life Office
Clubs and organizations; student government (DASB); ID and transit cards; social events.
Cross Cultural Partners
Pairing students who are English learners with fluent English speakers
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services
Interpreting and captioning for students with hearing disabilities
Disability Support Services
Accommodations and assistance
EOPS (Extended Opportunities Programs & Services)
Support for low-income students
Food assistance for students who qualify
Guardian Scholars Program
Support for current and former foster youth
Free and low-cost services
HEFAS (Higher Education for AB 540 Students)
Peer support and resources for undocumented students
Resources for students who are homeless or struggling to afford housing
International Student Programs
For students who are from outside the United States
Legal Advice for Students
Free legal advice and referrals sponsored by the DASB
Occupational Training Institute
For students who were laid off or are receiving state TANF aid
Personal counseling and mental health workshops
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Student Rights and Responsibilities
Code of conduct, grievance procedures, policies on discrimination and harassment
Textbooks: Free and Low-Cost Options
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