Title IV/Federal School Code is 004480
Financial Aid Office
De Anza College
21250 Stevens Creek Blvd.
Cupertino, CA 95014
(goes to voicemail when busy)
Or see our Staff Directory
When contacting the office by phone or email, please provide a Student ID Number. When calling, please clearly
leave a phone number with
your detailed message. Thank you.
Download our Financial Aid Brochure! This may answer many of your questions.
Winter Quarter Office Hours
Monday thru Thursday: 8am-5pm
The Financial Aid Office will be closed:
Friday, February 12 and Monday February 15 - Presidents Day
Baldwin Winery Building. Entrance just off the main Campus Center patio. See map.
Fill out your 2015-2016 BOG Fee Waiver Application.
New Changes to the BOG Fee Waiver Coming Fall 2016!
Read All About It! Be sure to stay on track to achieve success.
Did you know... September 17th is Constitution Day!
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Scan your Financial Aid Documents!
You may scan your financial aid documents to our front desk staff - Cindy or Anthony.
Free 2015 Tax Filing Assistance For De Anza Students!
February 1 to April 18, 9:30 am to 12:30 pm, Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday in the Fireside Room, Campus Center. See flyer for more details.
Financial Aid Refund Date
The Next Scheduled Refund Date is: February 19, 2016.
For information on Refund Dates, please see our Disbursement and Refund Information page. Check your MyPortal for your financial aid information.
It Is Time To Apply for the 2016-2017 FAFSA. Starting January 1, 2016, you may do your 2016-2017 FAFSA application.
Please complete your FAFSA or Dream Application for 2016/2017 by March 2nd to meet the California State CAL GRANT Deadline. We are currently processing the 2015/2016 FAFSA, if you are currently attending Winter and Spring Quarter.
Cal Grant GPA Verification
De Anza Students that have completed 24 units as of Fall 2015, De Anza will send a verified GPA to the California Student Aid Commission for the March 2nd Deadline. If you do not have 24 completed units at De Anza, please have your High School or previous College verify your GPA with the California Student Aid Commission.