Finding Buildings or Rooms

The first digit of a room number indicates the building in which it is located.

  • Example: Room S-73 is located in Building S-7.

Remember

  • The first digit of a room number indicates the building in which it is located.
    For example: Room S-73 is located in Building S-7.
  • When on campus, look for colored-coded signs to help point you in the right direction. 

Directory of Buildings

Administration Building (ADM): President, Vice Presidents & Associate Vice Presidents (Instruction, Student Services, Finance and College Operations, Communicationss), Academic Services, Budget and Personnel, Institutional Research, Rental Facilities Coordinator, Mailroom

ADM Lobby: Gilbane Construction

ADM 101, 102, 103, 119: Classrooms

ADM 106, 109: Conference Rooms

A-1: Choral Hall

A-4: Creative Arts Division Office, Faculty Offices

A-5: Ceramics/Painting Studio

A-6: Photography Studio

A-7: Sculpture Studio

A-9: Classrooms

AT – Advanced Technology Center: Labs and classrooms for Accounting, Computer Access Lab, Computer Information Systems (CIS), Disability Support Programs and Services (DSPS), Engineering, English, English as a Second Language (ESL), Film/TV, Graphic Design, Language Arts, Manufacturing and Design, Mathematics, Statistics, Student Success Center

Baldwin Winery: Financial Aid Office, Printing Services, Part-time Faculty Offices

Hinson Campus Center Upper Level: Dining Rooms, Dining Services, Food Court, Conference Rooms: A & B, Don Bautista, El Clemente, Fireside, Meeting Room 1, Santa Cruz, Staff Lounge, Meditation and Prayer Room

Hinson Campus Center Lower Level: Foothill-De Anza District Police, De Anza Associated Student Body (DASB) Offices, DASB Card Office, DASB Senate Chambers, Dean of Student Development, EOPS/CARE, Flea Market Office, Health Services, Inter-Club Council (ICC) Office, Le Café, Office of College Life, Student Accounts 

CDC: Child Development Center

CHC: California History Center (Trianon Building)

ECOT – East Cottage: Vasconcellos Institute for Democracy in Action (VIDA), HEFAS

E-1: Automotive Technology

E-2: Design and Manufacturing Technologies

E-3: Classrooms, Faculty Offices

ESA: Cheeseman Environmental Study Area

F-1 through F-6: Faculty Offices

FC: Flint Center, Box Office

FOR – Forum: Art History, Slide Library/Office, Faculty Offices, Lecture Halls

G-1 through G-10: General Classrooms, Grounds and Custodial Warehouse – Plant Services

HTCTU – Hoefler Building: High Tech Center Training Unit

KC – Kirsch Center for Environmental Studies: Biological, Health and Environmental Sciences, Workforce Education Division Office, Faculty Offices

LCW – Learning Center West: Audio Visual, Classrooms, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services, Disability Support Services Testing and Tutoring, Library West Computer Lab, Student Success and Retention Services 

Library (Rear): Community Education – De Anza College Academy

Library: Circulation, Computer Lab, Library, Library Administration, Reference Desk, Resource Book Room, Special Collections

L-1: Business, Computer Science and Applied Technologies Division Office; Social Sciences and Humanities Division Office

L-2, L-3: Classrooms, Psychology Lab

L-4: Classrooms, La Voz, Red Wheelbarrow

L-5: Restrooms

L-6, L- 8: Classrooms

L-7: Data Services

MCC – Multi Cultural Center: Faculty Offices and Classrooms, Intercultural/International Studies Division Office and Multicultural/International Center

MLC – Media & Learning Center: Classrooms, Equity Office, Jean Miller Resource Room, Learning Resources, Multimedia Team, Online Education, Professional Development

Mod Quad – MQ-1: ETS

M-Q2 and MQ-3: Classrooms

PE-1: Auxiliary Gyms, Physiology Lab

PE-2: Main Gym

PE-4: P.E. Division Office, Recreational Sports/Intramural Office, Faculty Offices

PE-5: Faculty Offices

PE-6: Faculty Offices, Fitness and Wellness Center, Locker Rooms

PLT – Planetarium

Science Center – SC-1: Lecture Hall, Faculty Offices

SC-2: Labs

SC-3: Pavilion

SEM – Seminar: CompTechS Computer Donation Program, Occupational Training Institute (OTI), Outreach and Relations with Schools , Santa Clara County Office of Education

S-1: Geology/Physics Classrooms, Faculty Offices

S-2: Restrooms

S-3: Classrooms, Faculty Offices, Honors Program, Physical Science, Math and Engineering Division Office

S-4: Classrooms, Faculty Offices, Math and Science Tutoring

S-5: Classrooms, Faculty Offices

S-6: Restrooms

S-7: Classrooms, Faculty Offices

S-8: Nursing Classrooms

S-9: Faculty Offices

RSS – Registration & Student Services Building: Admissions and Records, Articulation, Assessment Center (Testing), Bookstore, Cashier, Counseling and Advising, DASB Bike Rental Corral, Educational Diagnostic Center, International Student Programs, Matriculation, Psychological Services, Transcripts, Transfer Center, Veteran Services

VPAC – Visual & Performing Arts Center: Art History Classroom, Auditorium/Lecture Hall, Euphrat Museum of Art

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