A strong academic program is just one of the reasons that De Anza is always Tops in
Transfer. You’ll find a diverse student body, lots of clubs and campus activities,
supportive learning communities and a comprehensive sports program.
Need an aspirin, flu shot or pregnancy test? Visit the Health Services office on the
lower level of the Campus Center. They provide lots of other health-related services
– and information, too. They're friendly and they don't judge.
Learning communities are a good way to connect with a network of supportive classmates,
teachers and advisers. Each learning community at De Anza is based on a common interest
or area of focus.
Need extra help with a class? The Student Success Center offers individual, group
and online tutoring – plus workshops on study skills and other topics. You can even
get training to become a tutor yourself.
The DASB Senate represents student interests on campus, while the Inter Club Council
helps coordinate more than 70 student clubs. You can join a club – or start one of
Whether you’re a competitive athlete or a casual fan, you’ll find plenty of good sports
here! De Anza has 19 intercollegiate teams – nine for men and 10 for women.
You’ll find many outlets for creative expression at De Anza. You can take classes
in studio arts, dance, theater, film and television, music or photography. Catch an
exhibition or live performance. Or just enjoy the outdoor art around campus!
Want to be an agent of change? The Vasconcellos Institute for Democracy in Action
(VIDA) offers a Certificate in Leadership and Social Change, along with programs like
Community Service Learning, California Campus Camp and the intensive Public Policy