Footnotes

Footnote is requirement by the State to provide additional clarification to students about the class.  All footnotes are entered through Electronic Curriculum Management System (ECMS) by the appropriate division offices. Please contact scheduling office by emailing ecmsadmin@fhda.edu to obtain access to footnote system.

Footnote is required for the following types of classes:

  • Online Learning Class (Footnote is handled by the online learning office.)
  • Hybrid Class (Footnote must indicate when the class meets face-to-face and the day and time when the instructor will be available online.)
  • Off-campus class (Footnote must indicate the complete off-site location address or contact information if the address is not available or varies.)
  • Less than 12-week class during fall, winter and spring quarters (Footnote needs to indicate duration, specific start and end date for the class.)
  • Special Projects or Internship class (Footnote must provide registration details and/or general information about the class.)
  • Non-Credit class (Footnote must indicate the specifics of this class and who should register for it.)
  • Class for special group of students (Footnote must provide details about the class and contact information)

We must follow specific footnote format in order for the footnote to display on the De Anza Class Details website.

When adding or revising footnotes, please make sure to follow this format:


Correct Format:  Class ID + colon + footnote.


Example:  ACCT-001B-03Y: Hybrid class, some online instruction. Approximately 20% of the class will be taught online.  Access to the Internet required.  Class meets physically T,Th 11:00am-12:50pm in AT202.  Instructor will be available online Tues 10:00am-11:00am.

Incorrect format (missing colon punctuation mark):  ACCT-001B-03Y Hybrid class, some online instruction. Approximately 20% of the class will be taught online. Access to the Internet required.  Class meets physically T,Th 11:00am-12:50pm.  Instructor will be available online Tues 10:00am-11:00am.

Incorrect format
(missing class id and colon punctuation mark):  Hybrid class, some online instruction.  Approximately 20% of the class will be taught online. Access to the Internet required.  Class meets physically T,Th 11:00am-12:50pm.  Instructor will be available online Tues 10:00am-11:00am.

Footnote Examples:

Online Learning Class

ACCT-001A-62Z:  Online course with on-campus comprehensive end-of quarter exam.  Students must have access to a computer, the web and an individual e-mail address.   Excessive use of tablet or phone may prevent you from successfully completing this course.  Information about Canvas and REQUIRED Online Education Orientation can be found in Canvas on Student Resources Page: https://deanza.instructure.com/courses/3382

Hybrid Class

ACCT-001A-03Y: This is a Hybrid class (approximately 20% of the class will be taught online).  Students must have access to a computer, the web and an individual e-mail address.  This class physically meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:00am-12:50pm. The online portion of the class is conducted via the Canvas online system.  The instructor will be available online on Wednesdays from 10:00am-11:00am. 

Off-campus class

SPED-234Z-02F: This is a 12-week class, begins the week of September 26, 2016.  This class is located at the Hope Services Alfred Street Site, 3080 Alfred St., Santa Clara, CA 95054.

Less than 12-week class during fall, winter and spring quarters

DMT-084A-55: Accelerated class meets four days a week for six weeks beginning November 7th. This is the second of four classes available in the accelerated day program.  See www.deanza.edu/dmt or call (408) 864-8283 for more information.

Special Projects or Internship class

PARA-064.-55:  This 2 unit Internship class is limited to continuing De Anza paralegal majors.  Internship must be arranged during the quarter prior to the beginning of the class.  Interested students should contact the instructor at (408) 864-8563

Non-Credit class

AUTO-350A-61: This is a non-credit class mirrors the for-credit class AUTO 50A-61.  Non-credit courses are intended for you to gain general knowledge, learn a new skill, upgrade existing skills, or enrich your understanding of wide range of topics.  This class will not record on your transcript and cannot be used to earn an associate degree and/or to transfer.  You can earn a non-transcriptable vocational certificate upon completion.  This is a 12-week class.

Special group (Learning Communities) Class

HUMA-020.-P1D: This is a Puente Project Learning Community class.  It required concurrent enrollment in LART-211-.P1D.  This offering is part of the Puente Program.  For more information, contact Brenda Gonzalez at deanzapuente@deanza.edu or (408) 864-8555.

Please contact scheduling office for any questions.

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