Welcome to Fall Quarter!



COVID-19 Updates

NEW: Masks Recommended, May Be Required in Some Classrooms or Offices

Face masks are strongly recommended on campus, and may be required in some offices or by individual instructors in their classrooms.

  • Your mask should cover your mouth AND nose at all times.
  • See the Face Mask Information webpage for details and locations where you can get a free mask.
  • Please continue to practice social distancing and follow any posted instructions

Find more information about the requirements for coming to campus at deanza.edu/vax.

Proof of Booster Required for Coming to Campus

Students and employees are required to submit proof that they have received a COVID-19 booster (if they are eligible for one) in order to come to campus. 

  • Proof of vaccination is required to register for on-campus classes
  • Proof of a booster is not required for registration, but you should plan to upload your booster document before your on-campus classes begin
  • Your booster document must be uploaded separately from your original vaccination document. See the instructions at deanza.edu/vax

Free COVID PCR Testing and Home-Test Kits

Visit the Student Health Services COVID-19 webpage for more information about free PCR testing for students and employees  and where you can get free home-testing kits.

COVID Protocol for On-Campus Classes

If someone in an on-campus class tests positive for COVID-19, the other students and instructor can continue coming to class – provided they have received a COVID-19 booster – but must be tested after five days. Anyone in the class who has not received a booster (but is eligible for one) will be required to stay home for five days and then be tested. (See COVID-19 testing and isolation protocols.)
 

COVID Reporting Forms

Students should use the new Student Self-Report Form to notify Health Services if they test positive for COVID-19.

Employees should use the new Employee Self-Report Form to notify Health Services and the district Human Resources office if they test positive, are exposed to someone with COVID-19 or develop COVID symptoms.

What's On This Website?

How to Reach Student Services

  • Student services will be available online and on campus.
  • Appointments may be required for some in-person visits to campus offices.
  • You must upload proof of COVID-19 vaccination – and a booster, if you're eligible for one – and wear a face mask indoors for all in-person visits to campus.



Important News

Need Tech Support?

Visit the new Student Tech Support webpage for assistance with using MyPortal, getting a student email account, borrowing a computer, printing on campus and more!

Need Room to Zoom?

If you’re taking a mix of online and on-campus classes, you can count on having a place to Zoom on campus. We've designated several spaces on campus where you will find power outlets and a good Wi-Fi signal. Look for the Zoom Spaces sign or check the map to find a location that's convenient for you.

Retroactive Pass/No Pass Requests

De Anza has extended the deadlines for requesting Pass/No Pass retroactively for certain quarters during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • You can request Pass/No Pass retroactively for classes taken in
    • Winter or spring of 2022
    • Winter, spring, summer or fall of 2021
    • Winter, spring, summer or fall of 2020
  • Before choosing Pass/No Pass, there are some important things you should consider: For example, some transfer universities may not accept Pass grades for certain requirements. It's a good idea to meet with a counselor to discuss this and other options before selecting Pass/No Pass.
  • To learn more about these important considerations and how to submit a request, visit our Pass/No Pass webpage.
(Updated June 28, 2022)

Earlier Messages and Announcements

Check the COVID Messages webpage for a complete archive of COVID-related messages from De Anza College and the Foothill-De Anza Community College District 


Resources for Online Learning


Resources for Living and Basic Needs

  • Baby Supplies and Resources

  • Computers and Internet Access

  • Food, Housing and Emergency Cash Grants

  • Health and Psychological Services

  • Rent and Utilities

  • Undocumented Students and Families

  • Unemployment and Jobs

 

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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.

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