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3D Printing Club

De Anza 3D Printing Club is to provide hobbyists with an overview of 3D printing, beginner engineers with a place to learn 3D printing process and fundamental knowledge of Computer-Aided Design (CAD), and all who are interested with the opportunity of acquiring skills for future hobby and job applications.

4 Elements Hip Hop Club

For anyone to participate, perform, and learn the Hip-Hop culture, whether you live it through your daily life or just want to experience this beautiful art for the first time.

Meetings


  • Mondays
  • 4/15, 22, 29; 5/6, 13, 20; 6/3, 10, 17
  • 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm
  • Student Council Chambers A
  • Fridays
  • 4/12, 19, 26; 5/3, 10, 17, 24, 31; 6/7, 14, 21
  • 12:30pm - 6:30pm
  • L84

Accounting Club

The accounting club is open to all students who are interested in accounting. It provides students opportunities to build strong networks, participate in various events, discuss accounting related topics, discover potential career paths, and meet other students with similar career objectives.

Anime Club

To inform and expose its members to the animated art form known as anime through discussions, viewings and outings.

Art Guild, De Anza

The Art Guild gives students an opportunity to practice art and receive critique outside of class. Special activities include; life drawing, workshops, meeting fellow artists on campus, and developing new techniques in other mediums.

Meetings


  • Fridays
  • 4/19, 26; 5/3, 10, 17, 24, 31; 6/7, 14, 21
  • 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
  • A93

Artificial Intelligence Club (AI Club)

The purpose of the Artificial Intelligence Club is to study the application of AI, the basic working principles of AI, and it's future. We are also welcome students who are passionate about studying AI to join us.

Asian Pacific American Student Leadership (APASL)

Asian Pacific American Student Leadership (APASL) is to focus on informing students and the community of pressing APA political and socioeconomic issues through community involvement and diversity events. By promoting leadership skills, through celebrating history and embracing heritage, members discover unity through identity.

Auto Tech Club

To further interest and enjoyment in the Auto Technology program and department.

Contact Info


deanzaautomotive@gmail.com

Dave Capitolo
408-864-8312
capitolodave@deanza.edu

Rick Maynard
408-864-8704
maynardrick@deanza.edu

Pete Vernazza
408-864-8216
vernazzapete@deanza.edu


Badminton Club

The badminton club welcomes players of all levels, ranging from beginners to advanced players. We hope to provide a place where students can meet others of similar interest, build relationships, and most of all, have fun and enjoy this sport.

Meetings


  • Thursday
  • 4/18
  • Wednesdays
  • 5/1, 15
  • 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  • PE 21

Blockchain of De Anza

The blockchain club will provide students opportunities to learn the computer developer skills, not only related to the field of computer science but also related to the field of commercial and business student can work together and build their own blockchains.

Bodhi Skyye

Bodhi Skyye promotes student wellness by teaching Bodhi Meditation methods, enhancing mental and physical health; spreading compassion around the De Anza College campus. The club will run weekly meetings to teach members different Bodhi techniques, also provide them with opportunities to volunteer for Milpitas Bodhi center.

Meetings


  • Thursdays
  • 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
  • 4/18
  • Don Bautista
  • 4/25
  • Meeting Room 2
  • 5/2, 9, 16; 6/13, 20
  • Santa Cruz Room
  • 5/23; 6/6
  • El Clemente

Business Information Technology

The club will bridge the gap between these two worlds, while also developing a system which creates a space where the improvement of those interested in both worlds. We strive to create an atmosphere where ideas and minds collude together to further our understanding between business and information systems.

Career Development Club

The goal of the club is to help students to build up their job skills and to find their career paths. We have many activities and workshops that students can join like the coming event career game camp. This club will encourage students to find their interest and help them decide their major which is related to their job choice.

Meetings


  • Thursdays
  • 4/25; 5/2, 9, 16, 23, 30; 6/6, 13, 20, 27
  • 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  • Fridays
  • 4/19; 5/3, 10, 24, 31; 6/7, 14, 21
  • 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
  • Don Bautista Room

Cheer and Dance Team

The purpose of this club is to establish a sport-like activity where students and athletes will be supporting teams to increase school spirit. Club members will perform cheers and direct the audience at games and Club Day events, as well as someday competing nationally for the promotion of spirit and sportsmanship.

Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA)

The purpose of the club is to organize Chinese students, create a unity among Chinese community, publicize, promote and expand Chinese culture among general public.

Meetings


  • Fridays
  • 4/19; 5/3, 10, 24, 31; 6/7, 14, 21
  • 1:00 pm - 5:30 pm
  • L72

Christian on Campus

We are those who believe that Jesus is Lord and love to read and study the Bible with other fellow believers to grow in life spiritually and run the Christian race together. The purpose of the club is to gather everyone in De Anza who wants to study the Bible in depths to progress in their Christian life, and open the way for students in De Anza to have fellowship with other Christians outside of campus.

Meetings


  • Thursday
  • 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
  • 4/11, 18, 25; 5/2, 9, 16, 23, 30; 6/13, 20
  • Don Bautista Room
  • 6/6
  • Santa Cruz Room

Circle K

Circle K provides constructive opportunities for students to be more involved on campus and in the community through service work to others in need.

Meetings


  • Thursdays
  • 4/18, 25; 5/2, 9, 16, 23, 30
  • 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
  • Student Council Chambers B and C

Click the World

We narrow the distance between natural sciences and social sciences. We preserve the environment which aims for the development of ideas and the practice of plans.

Competitive Programming Club

The purpose of the club is to prepare and enter members into programming competitions.

D.R.E.A.M. Campus Ministry

D.R.E.A.M. stands for disciples reaching and evangelizing all mankind. Our goal is to raise up a generation of students devoted to actively reading and applying the Word of God to their lives.

DECA

DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management in colleges around the globe. Joining DECA allows you to have business experience in creating projects, improvising roles and networking internationally.

Developers' Guild

The Developers Guild aims to explore Computer Science through hands-on experience. As a guild we strive to become involved with the Silicon Valley community to connect with all the opportunities around us. Members are strongly encouraged to contribute ideas and questions to form a collaborative atmosphere.

Meetings


  • Fridays
  • 4/ 12, 19, 26; 5/3, 10, 17, 24, 31; 6/7, 14, 21
  • 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
  • ATC311, ATC312

Economics Students Honor Society

The purpose of the club is to help economics students to improve their academic achievement and provide students who are interested in economics in a deeper understanding of economics in everyday life.

Meetings


  • Fridays
  • 4/ 12, 19, 26; 5/3, 10, 17, 24, 31; 6/7, 14, 21
  • 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
  • L45

Entrepreneurship and Investment Club

The purpose of the Entrepreneurship and Investment club is to examine and discover entrepreneurship and investment opportunities in Silicon Valley. We also seek to build connections within members who are ambitious, driven, and passionate.

Explorers' Nest

Explorers’ Nest purpose to explore future trends based on cutting-edge technology, business platforms and visions, and entrepreneurship driven by ventures and start-ups in Silicon Valley. We pursue collaborate-atmosphere through productive projects and events with all opened opportunities.

Fellowship of Overseas Students (FOS)

We are a group of Chinese Christians at De Anza College seeking to be Jesus’ witness by caring international students, emphasizing virtuous characters found in the Bible, and supporting one another academically. We welcome you to join us at our weekly meeting at the campus.

Filmmakers Union, De Anza (DAFU)

If you love movies, then why not make one?

G.R.A.N.D. Dance (Generosity, Respect, And, Nurturing, Dancers)

The purpose of this club is to provide a nurturing environment for De Anza’s dancers. Our goal will always be growth, and we do so together.

Go and Chess Club

This club is for De Anza students who have interest in Go and Chess. All-level players are welcomed.

Health and Medical Sciences

Health and Medical Sciences establishes an academic platform to gather individuals pursuing careers involving health or medical sciences into an engaging community.

Meetings


  • Mondays
  • 4/22, 29; 5/6, 13, 20; 6/3, 10, 17
  • 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
  • L22

Hong Kong Student Association

Provide Hong Kong International Students a facility to support each other in cultural adjustment, learning and expanding social community at the same time.

IDEA (Innovation, Development, Empowerment, Action)

IDEA has the purpose of becoming an incubator for ideas that can help the world. We want to inspire people to critically think about problems in the world and come up with ideas, then we will work on it as a group to try to establish it in the world. Because we believe that change can come from an idea.

Injoy Cultural Club

This club’s aim is to organize Indian festivals on campus to celebrate Indian culture and give De Anza students an opportunity to participate in the fun and joy that comes along with it!

International Student Volunteers (ISV)

We are the international student volunteers. We are a cub based around community service for all De Anza students willing to partaken volunteering for several nonprofit organizations in the Bay Area. We try to involve more international students in volunteering for them to be more familiar with the community.

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at De Anza College

The Purpose of the Chapter is to establish and advance at De Anza College witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: growing in love for God, God's Word, God's people of every ethnicity and culture and God's purposes in the world.

Meetings


  • Fridays
  • 4/ 12, 19, 26; 5/3, 10, 17, 24, 31; 6/7, 14, 21
  • 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
  • L22

Iranian Student Association

The purpose of this club is to publicize, promote, and educate Iranian culture. Also to represent the voice of Iranian students on campus.

Japanese and American Association (JAA)

An association in which members of Japanese, American, and any background share and celebrate culture with a primary focus being on the similarities and stark contrasts between them. We promote both Japanese and American culture through a small little discussion about a certain subject or field of the culture which will give way for both Japanese members and other members to indulge in their curiosity of new aspects.

Meetings


  • Fridays
  • 4/ 12, 19, 26; 5/3, 10, 17, 24, 31; 6/7, 14, 21
  • 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
  • L25

Job Fair Club

We host the annual job fairs and provide job opportunities, and maintain employer relations.

K-Pop Dance Club

K-Pop Dance Club serves to provide members with easy access to the K-Pop through sharing of the latest K-pop updates and learning to dance to K-Pop music.

Koala Tree

This club is indoor Rock Climbing club. The purpose of this club is to spread indoor Rock Climbing and promote other people's health.

Meetings


  • Fridays
  • 4/26; 5/24; 6/7
  • 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
  • L31

Korean Student Association (KSA)

The purpose of the club is to improve the relations between Korean students within De Anza, to help Korean students in De Anza with their school life, and to introduce Korean culture to other De Anza students.

Malaysian and Singaporean Association

The purpose of the club is to gather Malaysian and Singaporean students; to cultivate mutual understanding; to provide a supportive yet close-knit environment for all its members; and to connect current members with alumni. We aim to promote Malaysian and Singaporean life and culture by organizing cultural activities and gathering outings. We also encourage networking among the students for a better learning environment in academic life.

Contact Info


masadeanza@gmail.com

Hayley Davidson
408-864-8767
davidsonhayley@deanza.edu

Denica Kelly
kellydenica@deanza.edu


Marketing Club

The purpose of the club is to bring students who are interested in marketing together, with the objective of helping students grasp the concept of marketing and its importance in any business.

Massage Club

Hello! The De Anza Massage Club is for anyone who holds a current interest in the area of massage therapy or just wants to know what it’s all about. We will acknowledge, encourage and inspire those around us to learn and grow as we do, both inside and out.

Contact Info


massagetribe18@gmail.com

Karen Boulanger
408-864-5645
boulangerkaren@deanza.edu

Nhon Lam
408-864-5596
lamnhon@deanza.edu


Math Club

The purpose of the club is to bring students who are interested in mathematics together and positively influence their math study. Besides, Math Club helps people who want to participate in AMATYC (American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges) by offering them an opportunity to discuss math issues and solve difficult problems in group.

Contact Info


mathematicsdeanza@gmail.com

Hassan Bourgoub
408-864-8806
BourgoubHassan@deanza.edu


Medical Outreach Association

The Medical Outreach Association engages prospective health and medical students to explore the field through philanthropic activities and outreach in public health. Organizations that we support but are not limited to, include the Prosthetic Outreach Foundation and the Stanford – Papua New Guinea-Nepal Medical Project, a branch of Stanford Emergency Medicine International (SEMI). Joining M.O.A. provides members the opportunity to evaluate their interests in medical and health careers.

Meetings


  • Fridays
  • 4/ 12, 19; 5/3, 10, 17, 24, 31; 6/7, 14, 21
  • 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
  • L47

Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (M.E.Ch.A.)

Execute the objectives set forth in the following documents: The M.E.Ch.A. National Constitution, California Statewide Constitution, M.E.Ch.A. Regional Constitution, The South Bay Central Constitution, El Plan de Santa Bárbara, El Plan Espiritual de Aztlan, M.E.Ch.A’s Position Paper on Philosophy, M.E.Ch.A.’s Relationship to Outside Organizations, and M.E.Ch.A.’s Goals and Objectives. In addition to it De Anza M.E.Ch.A. Members will abide to the document Combat Liberalism as a guiding principles.

Music and Affection Volunteering Association (MAVA)

Affecting people's lives with the power of music is our main goal. Joining will allow you to participate in coluntary activities with music as the medium to help people forget about their worries and spread positivity around the community.

Muslim Students Association (MSA)

The Purpose of the Muslim Student Association (MSA) is to bring Muslim and non-Muslim together here at De Anza, providing a safe space and a community.

NAMI-DA on Campus Club (National Alliance on Mental Illness)

The purpose of the club is to provide support for, raise awareness of, and improve the lives of those affected with mental illnesses within De Anza College. This club has an official affiliation with NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

Outdoor Club of De Anza College

Camping, kayaking, backpacking, surfing and other activities. Most designed for beginners as well as experienced.

Permias Indonesian Students Organization (PISO)

An organization to bring all the Permias Indonesian students at De Anza College closer to each other while maintaining and sharing the traditions within the community.

Psychology Club

The purpose of the club is to provide an enjoyable atmosphere where those interested in psychology can interact with fellow students as well as professions in the field and talk about current issues in psychology today along with personal job/internship possibilities.

Punjabi Club

The purpose of the club is providing a safe space for our foreign Punjabi students, community building, and meeting new folks.

Contact Info


punjabiclubdeanza@gmail.com

Shagun Kaur
408-864-8381
kaurshagundeep@deanza.edu

Jill Quigley
408-864-5564
quigleyjill@deanza.edu


PUSO (Pilipino Unity Student Organization)

The Pilipino Unity Student Organization (PUSO) strives to educate community members about Pilipinx history, culture, and current events through workshops and events. PUSO lives on the idea of "Kapamilya," or family, where we celebrate our identity and support each other for positive change within ourselves, the community, and abroad.

Red Cross, De Anza (DARC)

The purpose of the club is to educate the De Anza student body on preventing and responding during times of disasters, and to provide relief to the victims of emergencies.

Meetings


  • Fridays
  • 4/12, 19, 26; 5/3, 10, 17, 24, 31; 6/7, 14, 21
  • 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
  • L25

Robotics Club

The purpose of the club is to provide opportunities and a platform for students to learn and practice to build robots. Students will be motivated to participate in designing and coding for robotic projects to improve their engineering skills.

SAGA (Sexuality and Gender Alliance)

To provide the De Anza LGBT community with a safe space allowing for community engagement, discussion, and resource sharing while also working to challenge prejudice against the LGBT community by providing systems of support and unity.

Second Journey

Second Journey is a group of people who loves to share the love of Christ to the fellow students who have not heard or experienced the Gospel. Life is a Journey and you can start a new journey with Jesus.

Share Endeavors

Share Endeavors is a general interest club for students dedicated to a major that may be underrepresented on campus. We want people to learn about the news and current events in their desired future career field. Our club will provide a space where students can explore different academic spheres and gather information about others’ fields. The club goal is to bring people closer to a future in their majors, through informational meetings, and field trips.

Shotokan Karate Club

Practices and promotes the Japanese martial art of Shotokan Karate. We are involved in tournaments, demonstrations, workshops and social activities.

Statistics Club, De Anza (DASC)

Our club aims to provide students a broader understanding of statistical approaches of solving real world problems through the field experiences of guest speakers and the participation of research projects. In addition, as a part of our contribution to local communities, members will actively speak out middle schools with low socioeconomic status and offer tutoring as well as short presentations of the interest to the middle school students.

Student Nurse Organization (SNO)

Informs, guides and supports nursing students.

Students Supporting Israel

SSI is an inclusive movement for all De Anza students who want to voice their support for the state of Israel and discuss issues on Israeli culture and politics.

Contact Info


ssiatdeanza@gmail.com

Helian Ratsirarson
RatsirarsonHelian@deanza.edu


Taiwanese Assocation of De Anza College

To unite students from Taiwan, help out students who just arrived, provide information and help on learning, about De Anza, and collects housing information, job opportunities. Further, introduce Taiwanese culture to other diversities.

The Engineering Technology Club

The purpose of this club is to provide opportunities and aid to prospective engineering student at De Anza and to promote the field of engineering to the community.

The ESL Club

The purpose of the club is to create a place where ESL students can explore resources at De Anza, become informed, and expand their network.

Meetings


  • Tuesdays
  • 4/16; 5/7; 6/4
  • Student Council Chambers B and C
  • Thursdays
  • 4/18; 5/9; 6/6
  • 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
  • Student Council Chambers A

The Helping Hands

The purpose of the club is to help out the less fortunate within our community. We are a passionate group of individuals that are striving to become the catalyst for change. We are a club dedicated to giving back to the community through weekly volunteer opportunities geared towards assisting the homeless and other individuals facing tough times.

The Pacific Bridge

We are here for the formation of the cultural bridge between Asia and America connecting international students and American students by addressing ways to deal with racial stereotypes. How to protect yourself in this country, and also topics connecting roots of one’s social norms by committing projects of bridging students together and volunteer services.

UNICEF De Anza

UNICEF De Anza strives to make UNICEF De Anza to be known as the true advocate of children’s wellbeing. We fundraise to gain financial support for children’s betterment and volunteer for causes involving children.

Vietnamese Student Association (VSA)

Celebrate Vietnamese culture and language through various cultural and traditional activities. Support Vietnamese American students with their educational needs and issues on campus.

Meetings


  • Fridays
  • 4/12, 19; 5/3, 10, 17, 24, 31; 6/7, 14, 21
  • 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
  • Student Council Chambers A

Women in Computer Science

Women in Computer Science encourages the involvement of women students who studies computer science or engineering majors in De Anza. Members will form projects, attend conferences, discuss computer science related topics.

World Languages Club, De Anza

To provide a space to celebrate multilingualism and multiculturalism, bringing a transglobal perspective to our lives, and recognizing that De Anza and its surrounding communities are multilingual and multicultural. To provide a supportive collaborative environment to study and practice the language(s).

Contact Info


dawlanguagesclub@gmail.com

Carmen Lizardi-Folley
408-864-8679
lizardifolleycarmen@deanza.edu

Kimberly Vinall
408-864-5448
vinallkimberly@deanza.edu


Young Americans for Liberty (YAL)

The purpose of the club is to inspire students in campus liberty: both personal freedom and economic freedom.

Meetings


  • Thursdays
  • 4/25; 5/2, 9, 16, 23, 30; 6/6, 13, 20
  • 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
  • Santa Cruz Room

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