Taking Classes at De Anza

... When You're Enrolled at Another School

This webpage provides important information for F-1 Visa students who are enrolled at another college or university and want to take classes at De Anza.

If You Are Already Enrolled At

  • Foothill College

    Follow these steps:

    • Fill out and submit the OpenCCC application for De Anza College. (This is the same application used by U.S. students.) Print out the confirmation page (the last page of the online application).
    • Visit the International Student Programs office at Foothill College to get an approval letter AND an ISP representative's signature on the confirmation page of your application.
    • Bring the approval letter and signed application confirmation page to the Admissions and Records Office at De Anza.
    • Pay your fees no later than five days after registering, to avoid being dropped from those classes.

  • Another U.S. College or University

    Follow these steps:

    • Fill out and submit the OpenCCC application for De Anza College. (This is the same application used by U.S. students.) Print out the confirmation page (the last page of the online application).
    • Have the confirmation page signed by a representative from the international student program at your school
    • Submit the following documents to the Admissions and Records Office at De Anza:
      • Signed confirmation page of the De Anza application
      • Copy of your current Form I-20
      • (Foothill students must bring an approval letter from Foothill ISP)
    • Pay your fees no later than five days after registering, to avoid being dropped from those classes.

    Note: You can submit documents by mail or in person to

    De Anza College
    Admissions and Records Office
    21250 Stevens Creek Blvd
    Cupertino, CA 95014

Remember

When you submit your documents to De Anza's Admissions and Records Office, be sure to state that you are an F-1 Visa student applying for dual enrollment at De Anza and another college or university.

Important Notes About Registering for Classes

  • You may register online starting on the registration date that is posted for you. To find your registration date and to register for classes, log into MyPortal.
  • You must complete an assessment process before registering for courses in English, English as a Second Language (ESL), Mathematics or Chemistry. Learn more by visiting the Assessment Center webpages for

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