This email was sent to students who attended De Anza in fall 2021 but did not take classes in winter or spring 2022, and had cashier holds for outstanding fee balances.
April 27, 2022
We Want You Back!
If you stopped attending De Anza after March 17, 2020 and you still owe fees, we may be able to help clear your balance so you can come back.
Going to college is never easy. And with everything happening in the world, we can understand if you needed to step away from classes. That's why we're offering extra support to help you resume your studies.
As a first step, you can apply for assistance with unpaid fees by clicking the button below to complete an online form. The Financial Aid Office will contact you after reviewing your application to determine if you are eligible for this assistance. (For questions about this application, contact Lisa Mandy, director of Financial Aid and Scholarships, at firstname.lastname@example.org.)
If you qualify, we may also be able to assist you with
- Financial aid for fees, books and computers, plus emergency cash grants for students who are facing an urgent expense
- A Food Pantry and resources for those who are struggling with basic needs
- Tutoring, workshops and academic support for every subject
- Dedicated Outreach counselors who can assist you with finding the right courses and creating an educational plan that will get you back on track to accomplish your goals
If you didn’t attend classes this quarter, you'll also need to submit a new application for spring. It's easy – you’ve done it before! Go ahead and follow the steps at deanza.edu/apply-and-register.
We know the last two years have been difficult. Many students struggled to find the money and time for college while dealing with COVID-19 and other challenges. But we’re confident that you can succeed at De Anza – and we’d love to see you again!
De Anza College