Take your pick! De Anza offers 77 associate degrees, 103 academic certificates and
more than 1,800 courses in fields from Accounting to Women’s Studies. An Associate
Degree for Transfer (ADT) provides priority admission consideration for CSUs.
De Anza is always the top Silicon Valley college for transfers to the University of
California, California State University and private, four-year schools. We can help
you plan your path to a successful transfer.
De Anza has more than 30 Workforce Education programs, including Automotive Tech,
Computer Security and Nursing. Programs are designed with help from industry experts.
Most include hands-on training or internships.
Borrow a laptop and connect with free Wi-Fi, use the computer lab, or reserve a group
study room with a big-screen monitor for working together. The Library has 76,000
books, plus streaming videos and online databases for research.
De Anza has 17 intercollegiate sports teams – nine for women and eight for men – and
has won the Coast Conference All Sports Trophy for 12 years in a row. Our student
athletes have a high transfer rate to four-year schools.
Learning communities are a great way to connect with a network of supportive classmates,
teachers and advisers. De Anza has a number of learning communities, each based on
a common interest or emphasis.
De Anza is committed to engaging students in civic learning. You’ll find opportunities
to build leadership skills and gain real-world experience with the Vasconcellos Institute
for Democracy in Action and other campus programs.
De Anza is the top Silicon Valley college in numbers of students transferring to four-year
schools, and is always at or near the top statewide. That includes transfers to the
UC, CSU and private or out-of-state universities.
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This group provides students, who are applying to transfer this fall, with a space to connect with one another. Participants can share tips on how to …
Join Khoa Nguyen, Transfer counselor, at the Social Sciences and Humanities Village (Room L73 – in the L7 building) on Tuesday, May 30 from 11 A…
Come together to explore and discuss your identities in a safe and welcoming and confidential environment.
This group is for those who may be questio…
Learn about the Humanities Mellon Scholars program – a transfer support program and Learning Community for students who want to build a strong f…
Everyone is invited to this town hall meeting with representatives from the Foothill-De Anza district police department.This forum will be held on the…
This online workshop will cover basic information about financial aid and how it works. Experts from the Financial Aid Office will be on hand to answe…