Welcome – or Welcome Back!

Join Us for Welcome Day 2022 

Friday, Sept. 23 | 10 a.m.-Noon | Main Quad 

Discover Your Village ~ Meet Your Instructors ~ Enter a Drawing for Great Prizes

Welcome Day 2022

You'll be able to speak with instructors, meet fellow students and get answers to your questions about financial aid, registration and other student services. Plus, you can

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smiling male instructor with scientific equipment

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Discover Your Village!

Welcome Day is a perfect opportunity to learn more about your Village. Each of the six Villages at De Anza is a community of students, faculty and staff members who share a common interest in related majors or academic subjects.

  • In the coming year, your Village will host events and fun activities keyed to your major and related subjects
  • Your Village is also a central place to find relevant information and services – including degree and transfer maps, which can help you save time and make steady progress toward your goals

More Info Coming Soon!

We'll be posting a detailed schedule of Welcome Day activities, plus a form so you can sign up to attend and enter the prize drawing !

  • Village activities will take place from 10 a.m. to noon.
  • Individual programs and departments will have activities from 11 a.m. to noon. 
  • Student services offices will be open throughout the morning

Which Village Are You In?

  • Click the name of each Village to find your major or subject of interest.
  • Don't have a major? (Or don't see yours listed below?) You're welcome to check out any Village that interests you.

Artistic Expression

  • Artistic Expression

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Business and Finance

  • Business and Finance

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Health and Life Sciences

  • Health and Life Sciences

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Language and Communication

  • Language and Communication

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Physical Sciences and Technology

  • Physical Sciences and Technology


social sciences and humanities

  • Social Sciences and Humanities


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