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Classes Begin Sept. 20

COVID-19 Vaccinations Required for Fall 2021

If you are coming to campus for any reason this fall – for a class, a meeting or any other purpose – you must be vaccinated against COVID-19, for your health and that of others. You must submit proof of your final vaccination by Oct. 1, or you will be dropped from any on-campus classes in which you are registered. 
You’ll find simple instructions for uploading your vaccination record by visiting deanza.edu/return-to-campus/fall-2021. In addition, you must:

  • Wear face masks at all times indoors – masks are also recommended for outdoor gatherings.
  • Check in with Optimum HQ before each time you come to campus – see instructions
  • Practice social distancing and follow any posted instructions
  • Wash hands regularly or use hand sanitizer, as provided

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Latest Updates

Dining Services Is Open This fall

Dining Services will be open in the Campus Center on Monday-Thursday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., serving hot and cold breakfasts and limited selections of other foods.

Extended Deadlines for Pass/No Pass, Excused Withdrawals

The deadlines for requesting Pass/No Pass or an Excused Withdrawal have been extended, in consideration of the disruptions caused by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. 

  • Pass/No Pass: You can request Pass/No Pass for classes taken in the 2021 summer session or retroactively for classes taken in winter or spring 2021 or winter, spring, summer or fall of 2020. The deadline for these requests is Dec. 31, 2021.
  • Excused Withdrawals: You can request an Excused Withdrawal for classes taken in the 2021 summer session up to the last day of the class. (The last day of class will vary for different summer courses.) Requests for excused withdrawals for previous quarters will not be considered without documentation of extenuating circumstances.

Before choosing Pass/No Pass, you should know that some transfer universities may not accept Pass grades for certain requirements. To learn more about these important considerations and how to submit a request, visit our Special Rules for Pass/No Pass and Excused Withdrawals webpage. (Updated June 29, 2021)                                 


Resources for Online Learning


Student Services and Support

How to Reach Student Services This Fall

While the campus is reopening on a limited basis, many student services will be available in person – mostly by appointment – on a limited schedule beginning Sept. 20. You can also reach these offices and other programs by email, phone or Zoom video.  Please see the websites for individual programs or check our list of fall services hours and contact information.

 
  • Computers and Tech Products

  • Food, Housing and Financial Assistance

  • Health Services

  • Internet Access

  • Tutoring and Skills Workshops

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More Resources for a "Stay-at-Home" World

  • Baby Supplies and Resources

  • COVID-19 Vaccinations

  • Financial Assistance and Rent Relief

  • Health Insurance

  • Jobs and Unemployment

  • Undocumented Students and Families

  • Utilities


Messages and Announcements

  • See the Messages and Updates webpage for relevant communications sent by De Anza College and the Foothill-De Anza Community College District to students, faculty members and classified professionals. 
  • Return to Campus Planning: The college is engaged in thoughtful planning for a phased return of on-campus Instructional programs, in consultation with Instructional deans, with Student Services and Administrative Services programs in support. Learn more about current plans and status on our Return to Campus website.
  • Planetarium: While the college has canceled or postponed most on-campus events, the De Anza Planetarium is hosting virtual field trips.
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