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 NeedsAre 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.
Click on a link for contact information, office hours and details about the services at these offices.
- Admissions and Records
- Assessment Center – placement for English,
math and other subjects
- Cashier's Office
- Financial Aid
Click on these links to learn about different kinds of academic support available to you.
- Academics Overview
- Career Training
- Counseling and Advising
- English Performance Success (EPS)
- Honors Program
- Learning Communities – join a group or
take classes with others who share your
- Math Performance Success (MPS)
- Online Education
- Outreach Office
- Student Success Center – free tutoring and academic skills workshops
- Transfer Center
- Villages – find a community of students, faculty and staff with related academic interests, along with relevant resources and activities
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
Assistance for students who are also parents with limited incomes
Help in choosing a major or career path
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.
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
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 assistance for students who qualify
Support for current and former foster youth
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
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
Students who are parents can find support and resources on campus
Resources for students across the gender and sexuality spectrum
Stop by RSS 143 for snacks, toiletries and information about basic needs resources
Support for students who were previously incarcerated or other involvement with the justice system
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!