Join Our New Program!
Explore historical and cultural perspectives on the African Diaspora, while developing your knowledge and critical thinking skills. As a student in the AAAA program, you'll belong to a supportive Learning Community of fellow students and instructors. Together, you will share courses and activities that enhance your college experience.
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Additional Programs and Resources
- Black Graduation and Achievement Ceremony – sponsored by the Black Faculty, Staff and Administrators Network, which offers scholarships every year
- Black Leadership Collective – student leadership skills and advocacy for social justice issues affecting the African American community
- De Anza College Promise – free tuition and fees for two years. It's not too late to apply!
- Extended Opportunities Programs and Services (EOPS) – academic support, counseling and financial aid for low-income students
- First Year Experience (FYE) – a Learning Community for first-time and first-generation college students
- Men of Color Community (MC2) – a Learning Community designed primarily to support young men of color
- Reading, English, Athletics, Counseling and Humanities (REACH) – a Learning Community for student-athletes
- STEM Success Program – activities, internships, scholarships and tours to explore the fields of science, technology, engineering and math
- Student Success and Retention Services – academic enrichment and support; programs include AAAA, FYE, IMPACT AAPI, Puente and Summer Bridge