Winter 2022 De Anza College

This email was sent to students who applied for winter quarter but had not yet registered.

Dec. 20, 2021

Reminder: Register Now for Winter!

Winter Quarter Begins Jan. 3

Dear Student,

We noticed you applied but haven't registered yet for winter quarter. There are lots of great classes still available: Most winter classes are online, with some on campus. Check out the schedule – and register now through MyPortal!

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Remember: You must upload proof of COVID-19 vaccination before you can register for any classes that meet on campus. Vaccination is not required for online classes.

  • Submit proof of your final vaccination at least three days before you plan to register for an on-campus class, to allow time for verification.
  • If you already submitted your vaccination record for fall quarter, you don't need to submit again for winter.

Winter Class Listings

See the online searchable schedule for course information, newly added classes and cancellations. Be sure to click the title of each course you're considering, to read the footnotes for details on how the class will be taught – including whether online classes will have

  • Regular meetings on scheduled days and times, as noted in the listing
  • Some scheduled meetings, along with some independent work
  • No scheduled meetings, with students completing assignments on their own time, within set deadlines

You can view open and newly added classes by using the Open Classes Finder in MyPortal. Go to the Apps section and click on the Student Registration tile. Remember to check for prerequisites.

Guide to Winter Quarter: Student Services and More!

For student services hours and contact information, plus important updates and online learning tips, visit

NEW: You must show vaccination proof before entering the Library or the Registration & Student Services (RSS) Building. See for details.

Bookstore Update

You can purchase all your books and materials for winter quarter through the Bookstore's new online store at For more information, visit the Bookstore FAQs webpage.

New Names for Ethnic Studies Courses

Many courses that were previously labeled as “Intercultural Studies” are now offered through new departments. In addition to classes with the prefix ICS (Intercultural Studies), be sure to look for classes with these prefixes

  • AFAM: African American Studies
  • ASAM: Asian American and Asian Studies
  • CETH: Comparative Ethnic Studies
  • CHLX: Chicanx and Latinx Studies
  • NAIS: Native American and Indigenous Studies

All courses offered through these departments will satisfy De Anza's ICS course requirement for an associate degree.

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