Get Ready for Winter Quarter!


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Update: On-Campus Classes

Some instructors may be temporarily shifting on-campus classes to online, through Friday, Jan. 28. Students should check with their instructor if they have questions. 
  • If a student in an on-campus class tests positive for COVID-19, the class will be moved online for 10 days, in accordance with county regulations. 
  • Some on-campus services may be adjusting hours. See How to Reach Student Services for the latest information.

COVID Vax Required – Show Proof to Enter Library or RSS Building

NEW: You must show vaccination proof before entering the Library or the Registration & Student Services (RSS) Building.

  • Vaccination cards will be checked.
  • Students with verified medical or religious exemptions must show proof of a negative result for a COVID-19 lab test administed in the previous 72 hours.)

If you are coming to campus for a class or any other purpose, you must be vaccinated against COVID-19You should submit proof of your final vaccination at least three days before you plan to register for any on-campus class this winter. You will not be able to register for on-campus classes until your vaccination record has been verified. (If you already submitted your vaccination records for fall, you don't need to submit again for winter.) In addition, you must:

  • Wear face masks PROPERLY while indoors – that means covering your mouth AND nose at all times. (Masks are also recommended for outdoor gatherings.)
  • Practice social distancing and follow any posted instructions

See details at deanza.edu/vax.

What's On This Website?

How to Reach Student Services

Student services will be available online and on campus for winter quarter. Appointments will be required for most in-person visits to campus offices. You must upload proof of COVID-19 vaccination and wear a face mask indoors for all in-person visits to campus.



Latest Updates

Extended Deadlines for Pass/No Pass

The deadlines for requesting Pass/No Pass have been extended, in consideration of the disruptions caused by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

  • Students can request Pass/No Pass for the current quarter, or retroactively for classes taken in the 2020 or 2021 calendar year.
  • Before choosing Pass/No Pass, you should know that some transfer universities may not accept Pass grades for certain requirements. To learn more about these important considerations and how to submit a request, visit our Pass/No Pass webpage.

Have You Been Boosted?

COVID-19 boosters are now recommended by the CDC and state health authorities for

  • Pfizer: Anyone age 12 or older who received their second shot of the Pfizer vaccine at least five months ago
  • Moderna: Anyone age 18 or older who received their second shot of the Moderna vaccine at least five months ago
  • Johnson & Johnson: Anyone age 18 or older who received their Johnson & Johnson shot at least two months ago

Visit the COVID-19 Information webpage for more information about how to get vaccinated, boosted or tested.

Need Room to Zoom?

If you’re taking a mix of online and on-campus classes – or are considering doing so for winter quarter – you can count on having a place to Zoom on campus. We've designated several spaces on campus where you will find power outlets and a good Wi-Fi signal. Look for the Zoom Spaces sign or check the map to find a location that's convenient for you.

Check Out the New Bookstore

You can purchase all your books and materials for winter quarter through the Bookstore's new online store at deanzastore.com.

  • You can search the Bookstore site for course materials by class, or enter your CWID to see a list of your courses and required materials.

The on-campus store, located on the ground floor of the RSS Building, is also open for in-store pickup and shopping, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Monday-Friday. 

Earlier Messages and Announcements

Check the COVID Messages webpage for a complete archive of COVID-related messages from De Anza College and the Foothill-De Anza Community College District 

Resources for Online Learning

Resources for Living and Basic Needs

  • Baby Supplies and Resources

  • Computers and Internet Access

  • Food, Housing and Emergency Cash Grants

  • Health and Psychological Services

  • Rent and Utilities

  • Undocumented Students and Families

  • Unemployment and Jobs

 

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Return to Campus Planning

The college is engaged in thoughtful planning for a phased return of on-campus Instructional programs, in consultation with Instructional deans, with Student Services and Administrative Services programs in support. Learn more about current plans and status on our Return to Campus website.

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