The Student and Community Services Building is home to Admissions and Records, the Cashier's Office, Counseling, the Bookstore, Disability Support Services and other student services. Computers are available in the lobby for accessing your student account. See detailed area map
The A Quad is a cluster of studios and classrooms for Creative Arts Division programs, including music, art and photography. Outdoor spaces around the buildings include artwork from our Art on Campus tour and places to study or meet with friends. The Broadcast Media Center, adjacent to the Flint Center serves as a temporary location for the Creative Arts Labs. The Technology Resources Group has moved the Media and Learn Center. See detailed area map
The Visual & Performing Arts Center is the new heart for creative arts training at De Anza. With it's 400-seat performance and lecture hall, the VPAC is an important resource for Silicon Valley's diverse ethnic and cultural arts programs along with the new home for the Euphrat Museum of Art at De Anza. See detailed area map
Behind the Scenes
Green room and modular dressing rooms
50-seat classroom for photography, art history, intercultural studies courses
State-of-the-art sound and film projection
Euphrat Musuem of ArtProminently connected to the VPAC lobby, the Euphrat’s Front View window installation space faces Stevens Creek Boulevard.
The award-winning Kirsch Center is the lead demonstration building for energy innovation and sustainability in the California Community College system. Rated LEED platinum, it's home to the Environmental Studies Department and the BHES Division office. The adjacent Cheeseman Environmental Studies Area is a lush garden with 400 species of plants representing 12 natural communities. See detailed area map
The Hinson Campus Center is the hub for student activities, with its upper level food court, dining hall and outdoor patio adjacent to the Main Quad. The lower level is home to the College Life, Inter Club Council and DASB government offices and several student services. See detailed area map
Our sports fields are used for both competitive team games and PE classes. The football field serves as an Outdoor Events Arena and meeting location in the event of a campuswide emergency. Outreach & Relations with Schools and Occupational Training Institute offices have moved to the Seminar Building in the S Quad. See detailed area map
Athletics Nine men's sports and 10 women's sports teams comprise De Anza's Athletics Department, with approximately 60 coaches, staff, and administrators who support our student-athletes.
Fall: Cross Country, Football, Soccer, Volleyball and Water Polo
Spring: Badminton, Baseball, Softball, Swimming & Diving, Tennis and Track & Field
Mod Quad CThis temporary module building is used as temporary office and classroom space as needed. Current it serves as space for the Language Arts Labs normally in the Advanced Technology Center.
The Stelling Parking Structure provides convenient parking on the east side of campus, near the PE complex, sports fields and Outreach office.
The garage includes designated parking for disability permits, motorcycles and carpooling (a special permit is required). The three-story structure includes elevator access. There is a nearby loading zone for dropping off/picking up passengers.
The Physical Education and Athletics complex is beautifully maintained and enhanced by mature trees and landscaping. The aquatics facility is used throughout the day into evening for classes and competitive team practice, including youth teams within the community. As part of De Anza's sustainability efforts, the PE complex swimming pools are heated through co-generation. See detailed area map
Planets, galaxies, clusters and more await your visit through the astonishing, immersive visualization power of the Fujitsu Planetarium at De Anza College. Fly through the cosmos and observe the night sky with incredible clarity in this state-of-the-art planetarium theater. See detailed area map
The Administration Building includes classrooms, administrative offices, the faculty mailroom and seating inside the lobby where students may study and meet. The adjacent Main Quad with De Anza's signature fountain is popular for large student gatherings, such as Club Day. See detailed area map
The Flint Center Parking Structure provides convenient parking for drivers reaching De Anza via Hwy 280 and Stevens Creek.
The garage includes designated parking for disability permits, carpooling (a special permit is required) and motorcycles. The four-story structure includes elevator access. There is a nearby loading zone for dropping off/picking up passengers.
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Named after De Anza's founding president Robert De Hart, the Library houses Library Services. The Library West Computer Lab in the adjacent Learning Center West is an open computer lab available to any currently enrolled student with a DASB card. The International Student Program and Educational Diagnotistic Center offices are also in the LCW. See detailed area map
The Forum houses three large theater-style classrooms, including one with 324 seats and two with 106. Many of our facilities are available for rental when not being used for classes. Learn more about De Anza's facilities rental program. See detailed area map
The L Quad complex houses three division offices (L1), temporary space for the Listening and Speaking Center(L47), student newspaper La Voz (L41), small and large classrooms (L2-L8) and faculty offices (F1-F6). You'll know you're near the L Quad when you see the turtle sculpture! See detailed area map
Division Offices L1Visit each division Web site to see full listing of academic departments and programs.
The S-Quad building cluster includes science, math, health and applied technologies programs in state-of-the-art technology labs and multimedia classrooms. The Physical Sciences, Math and Engineering Division office can be found on the south end of the great lawn, a favorite place where students gather to study, meet or relax. The Seminar Building is home to Occupational Training Institute, Outreach & Relations with Schools, and the Workforce Education office. See detailed area map
The three-building Science Center brings the study of biology and chemistry into a 46,000-square-foot complex of of classrooms, smart labs, lecture halls and faculty offices. The G Building along the football field houses general classrooms. See detailed area map
G BuildingLocated next to parking lot E, the G Building houses general classrooms.
The California History Center is the anchor for De Anza's Historic Corridor. The Baldwin Winery houses Financial Aid, Printing Services and Faculty Offices. The East Cottage is home to the Institute of Community and Civic Engagement and classroom ECOT-1. The Sunken Garden is a favorite gathering place that connects them all. See detailed area map
First FloorThe first floor of the MLC includes state-of-the-art mutlimedia and energy efficient classrooms. The naturally lit inside atrium includes bench seating for students to enjoy in between classes.
De Anza is big on being green, which includes supporting those who use commute alternatives to campus.
Students can order an Eco Pass each quarter for unlimited rides on VTA. Our transit stop near the Student and Commmunity Services Building is well lit and covered. We offer preferred parking for carpoolers and those who drive hybrid and electric vehicles.