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Student Success Center
- Academic Skills Center: 1/2 unit self-paced courses in Reading, Vocabulary, Writing, Grammar, Basic Math, Spelling, and Study Skills. 1/2 unit Adjunct Study Skills courses linked to content courses.
- Tutorial Center: Trained tutors provide weekly, drop-in and group and tutoring in courses such as foreign language, accounting, business, language arts and social sciences. Online tutors are also available.
- Math and Science Tutorial Center: Trained tutors provide weekly, drop-in and group tutoring in math & science courses.
- Writing and Reading Center: Peers, instructors, and para-professionals provide drop-in, on-demand individual tutoring. Help provided on writing and reading tasks for students in any course at any level.
- English Writing Readiness Lab: Required co-requisite courses coordinated by the English department to support development courses.
- Reading Readiness Lab: Required co-requisite courses coordinated by the Reading department to support development courses.
- Listening and Speaking Labs: Tutoring and small group learning opportunities for second language students. Learning through technology enhanced instruction and language exchange programs, including Cross Cultural Partners, Language Partners, and others.
- English as a Second Language (ESL) Readiness Lab: 1/2 to 1 unit small-group courses provide students with practice and support in basic writing and grammar. Help students raise their English writing and grammar skills level to college standards.
- Instructional Computing Labs: Self directed learning, software, online resources and facilities for technology enhanced instruction to improve students’ academic literacy and communication skills.
- Counseling Center: Academic advising, career planning, and personal counseling.
- Assessment / Placement Center: Assesses skill levels in English, ESL, Math, Chemistry, and Biology.
- Transfer Center: Workshops and individual appointments with college representatives.
- Career Services: College major and career planning resources and counseling workshops.
- Disability Support Services (DSS): Assists students with physical or psychological disabilities with registration, orientation, counseling, accommodations, and academic support services.
- Educational Diagnostic Center (EDC): Assessment for learning disabilities, specialized tutoring, accommodation arrangements and other support services.
- Financial Aid: Assists students with financial aid.
- Health Services: Assists students with health inquiries.
- Child Development Center: Care for children over 18 months of age.
- Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS): Support services to economically and academically disadvantaged students.
Student Cohorts and Communities
- Student Success & Retention Services: Counseling and transfer services for students with historically low retention and transfer rates.
- Cross Cultural Partners: Pairs local students who seek and intercultureal experience and ESL students who seek to improve their language proficiencey in order to share culture and exchange language.
- Math Performance Success Program (MPS): A year long cohort program to help students succeed in math.
- Puente Project: A cohort program designed to accelerate university transfer by combining English instruction, counceling, and mentoring.
- Learning in Communities (LinC): An interdiciplinary learning communities program comprising linked courses and a cohort of students exploring topics and themes from multiple perspectives.
- Renew: Assists returning students who have a significant break in their education.
- International Student Office: Assists international students with registration, orientation, and counceling services.
- DeAnza Associated Student Body (DASB): Represents the students' interest on college and district committees developing college policies.
- Student Clubs: Organized by students to share a wide range of interests including: academic honor, community service, diversity, political, religious, special interest, sports.