Students at the MLC

Find Services to Help You Succeed!

On this webpage, you'll find an index of student services and links to more information. Click the links to reach individual program websites, which have current office hours and ways to reach them – in person and online. You can also find contact information on the How to Reach Services webpage.

Winter Quarter Holidays

Offices will be closed and there will be no classes on these holidays:

  • Friday-Monday, Feb. 16-19: Presidents Day holiday

Check the academic calendar for more important dates and deadlines

Help With Basic Needs

Are you struggling to secure the daily essentials of food, housing or mental health? You're not alone. There are resources and referrals available for De Anza students.

Getting Started

Click on a link for contact information, office hours and details about the services at these offices. 



Academics

Click on these links to learn about different kinds of academic support available to you.


Additional Services

These programs offer additional services and support. 


Academic Awareness: Academic Probation

Students on academic or progress probation can get support to regain good standing


Adapted Physical Education

Physical fitness for students with disabilities


CalWORKS

Assistance for students who are also parents with limited incomes


Career Services

Help in choosing a major or career path


Child Care

Available on campus through the Child Development and Education Department


College Life Office

Clubs and organizations; student government (DASG); student ID and transit cards; social events.


CONNECT

Want help finding resources or assistance? Use the easy online form and we'll connect you


Cross Cultural Partners

Pairing students who are English learners with fluent English speakers


De Anza College Promise

Get your tuition and fees FREE for two years!


Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services

Interpreting and captioning for students with hearing disabilities


Dining Services

Hot meals, sandwiches and in the Campus Center Food Court


Disability Support Services

Accommodations and assistance


EOPS (Extended Opportunity Programs & Services)

Support for low-income students


Food Pantry

Food assistance for students who qualify


Guardian Scholars/NextUP

Support for current and former foster youth


Health Services

Free and low-cost services for students, in person or online


HEFAS (Higher Education for AB 540 Students)

Peer support and resources for undocumented students


Housing Resources

Resources for students who are homeless or struggling to afford housing


International Student Programs

For students from overseas who are attending on F-1 visas


Legal Advice for Students

Free legal advice and referrals sponsored by the DASG


Mental Health and Wellness Center

Individual counseling, mental health workshops and support groups


Occupational Training Institute

For students who were laid off or are receiving state TANF aid


Parenting

Students who are parents can find support and resources on campus


Pride Center

Resources for students across the gender and sexuality spectrum


Resource Hub

Stop by RSS 143 for snacks, toiletries and information about basic needs resources


Rising Scholars

Support for students who were previously incarcerated or other involvement with the justice system


SmartPass

One small fee to ride free all quarter!


Student Complaints or Concerns

Request assistance, report worrisome behavior, file a grievance or complaint


Student Rights and Responsibilities

Code of conduct, grievance procedures, policies on discrimination and harassment


Textbooks: Free and Low-Cost Options

Learn how to stretch your book dollars!


Title IX

Help with sexual or gender-based harassment, abuse or discrimination


Veteran Services

Support and help with military benefits

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Student Stories

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Sherry Hoang

Environmental Studies major Sherry Hoang says the De Anza Food Pantry has made a big difference in her life. She's among hundreds of students who have visited the Food Pantry for assistance with food and other essential items. 

Airan Sanchez

Airan Sanchez

What are your favorite spots on campus? Biology major Airan Sanchez enjoys visiting the Campus Center. He shared his story in a Student Spotlight video that is part of De Anza's campus video tour.

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