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Summer Classes Begin Monday, July 1

Classes are being held on campus and online. Student services are also available in person and online. Check the Quarter Guide and Student Services Guide for the latest updates, contact information and hours.

Important Reminders

  • If you are planning to add a class, you should attend the first class meeting – or email the instructor – to ask for an Add Code if space is available. See below for more about adding classes.
  • Check the class listings and click on the course titles for each class you are taking – or any class you are thinking about taking – to read the footnotes and learn whether the class will have regularly scheduled meeting times and whether it will be taught on campus or online – or as a hybrid class that includes both on-campus and online instruction.
  • Review the Academic Calendar for important dates and deadlines. 
  • Student parking fees are waived through fall quarter of 2024!

Find more information below, including

Need Room to Zoom? 

mountain lion with headphonesIf you're thinking about adding a class, we've made it easier to take classes both online and on campus – with new designated spaces for logging in to Zoom on campus. You'll find power and Wi-Fi in these locations:

  • Campus Center
  • Advanced Technology Center
  • Media and Learning Center

Additional spaces will be added soon. You'll find the locations on the Zoom Spaces Map.

Adding Classes

You can find open classes in MyPortal by using the Open Classes Finder in the Student Registration app. 

To Add Classes Before Monday, July 1

To Add Classes After the Quarter Begins

  • Attend the first class meeting – or email the instructor – to ask for an Add Code if space is available. 
    (Find email addresses at, or look for the class in the posted schedule and click on the instructor's name to get their email.) 
  • Wait for the first day of the class to use the Add Code in MyPortal. (You won't be able to add the class until the first day it is scheduled to meet.)
  • Log in to – on the first day that the class is scheduled to meet
    1. Open the Apps page and click on "Student Registration," then look under "Registration Tools" and select "Add or Drop Classes"
    2. Select the current term and campus, then click "Submit"
    3. Enter the 5-digit CRN for the class. (Don't use the Add Code yet.)
    4. Click on "Submit Changes" and a screen to enter the Add Code will pop up
    5. Follow the prompts from there


  • For detailed instructions, visit the Add and Drop webpage. 
  • If you decide to drop a class, you must complete the steps to drop on MyPortal, to avoid owing fees or receiving an undesirable grade.

Payment Reminder

Payment is due in full at the time of registration and when adding subsequent classes. If you have a balance due you can pay online with a credit card or sign up for an interest-free installment plan.

  • Registration holds will be placed on delinquent accounts.

Order Books and Materials Online

You can order books, materials and computers from the Bookstore's new online store at

  • Search the Bookstore site for course materials by class, or enter your CWID to see a list of your courses and required materials.
  • You'll also find a Follett Bookstore tile in the Apps section of MyPortal that will take you to a personalized page, where you can review and purchase all course materials for your classes.
  • During the checkout process, you can select “Financial Aid/Scholarship” as your payment method if you have an award that provides funds for these purchases. Follow the instructions to enter your CWID and select the available aid that you want to use.
  • Use other awards FIRST, if available, BEFORE using these three in the order listed here: "California Promise," then "New Promise" – and always use Pell Grant funds LAST.

For more information, visit the Bookstore FAQs webpage.

Online Assistance

online helpWe’ve made it easy to find answers and assistance!

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Campus Parking Fees Waived

Under a temporary policy, students can park free on campus through fall 2024,  without purchasing a parking permit.

Students should continue to park only in spaces designated for students.

Visit the Parking Information website to learn more.

Food Court Is Open!

Campus Center signThe Food Court in the Campus Center will be open for you to purchase hot and cold drinks, snacks and meals:

  • Monday-Thursday: 7 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • Closed on Fridays

Visit for menus and more information

More Resources

Resources for you: Girls making heart symbol with fingersYou'll find more information and useful links on the Student Information and Student Services webpages. Learn how to contact campus offices and programs by visiting the How to Reach Student Services page.

Basic Needs

  • If you need assistance with food, housing or other basic needs, you're not alone. Visit the Student Resources webpage to learn about resources available to you.

Feeling Stressed or Overwhelmed?

  • TimelyCare provides free mental health care and other resources for De Anza students. You can speak with a mental health professional – online, any time!
  • Visit to learn more.

How to Get – and Keep – Priority Enrollment

  • Priority enrollment helps you get your best registration date each quarter. See the complete list of requirements to qualify for priority enrollment.

Keep Track of Your Progress

  • Degree Works is designed to help you understand and meet the requirements for your major, degree or certificate, and create an educational plan.
  • The program also helps track your courses, progress, grades, credits and GPA, and identify what you still need to take.
  • Check out Degree Works in MyPortal

Save Money on Books

Text Messages

  • De Anza College occasionally sends text messages to remind students about important deadlines or events. We won't try to sell you products or give your number to anyone other than a college representative for official purposes. You can opt out of receiving texts any time.

Financial Aid: Help Paying for College

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