Monday – Thursday                          9 am – 8 pm
          Friday                                                9 am – 4 pm
          Saturday and Sunday                            Closed

De Anza Student Resources

Book Voucher Form
  • Financial assistance with the purchase of textbooks. The FA book vouchers are given out on a first-come first-served basis. Only one voucher per student per academic year. Please submit your book voucher for this quarter ASAP by filling out the form below.
  • FA Book voucher form. Click on the link in the right lower sidebar under "Resources for Administrators & Program Coordinators."

Child Development Center
  • The Center accepts children 18 months to five years of age. The Center serves families affiliated with De Anza College as well as the general public.
  • Phone: 408.864.5795
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Counseling and Advising Center

Disability Support Programs and Services (DSPS)
  • Disability Support Services assists Students who have Physical, Psychological or other Disabilities, Vision, Hearing Impairments or ADD/ADHD.
  • Phone: 408.864.8753
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  • Extended Opportunities Programs and Services (EOPS) and Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE) is a state funded program established to assist low income and academically disadvantaged California residents to be successful in college. EOPS/CARE provides eligible students with support services such as early registration, personal and academic counseling, transfer assistance and may include grants and book assistance. EOPS/CARE Staff are advocates for students and committed to helping them achieve their educational goals.
  • Phone: 408.864.8950
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Financial Aid and Scholarships
  • The De Anza College Financial Aid Office is here to assist you in funding your education. De Anza students typically receive a total of $25 million in aid annually, including $500,000 in scholarships.
  • Phone: 408.864.8718
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Food Pantry
  • The De Anza College Food Pantry provides food to students in need. Students are welcome to drop by the Office of Outreach (located in the Seminar 3 Building) to pick up a bag. 
  • Phone: 408.864.8327
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Health Services
  • The mission of De Anza College Health Services is to facilitate the educational success of our students by providing personalized and affordable medical care, health education and community resource information to promote their physical, social and emotional well-being.
  • Phone: 408.864.8732
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Impact AAPI
  • Our goal is to close the gaps in academic achievement and transfer among Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) students at De Anza by focusing on Asian Pacific Islander subgroups that are historically underrepresented in higher education.
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International Student Programs
  • The office of International Student Programs (ISP) is the primary office on campus that serves the needs of De Anza's international student population. ISP has a multilingual staff who are well informed about educational development, personal and financial planning, cross-cultural issues, immigration rules and regulations, and community programs and resources.
  • Phone: 408.864.8826
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LEAD Latino/a Empowerment at De Anza
  • Latino Empowerment At De Anza is a learning community created by students, for students. It was founded in 2005 by a group of 12 students who wanted to create a student leadership development program that focused on the Latino community and culture as well as developing leadership in the community.  
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  • The library offers various resources to support students at De Anza.
  • Please visit the library website for more information and a link to the current hours.
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LQBTQ Student Resources
  • Here are a list of resources for LQBTQ students as provided by the Office of Equity on campus
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Occupational Training Institute
  • OTI prepares socio-economically disadvantaged students with career training and employment services including counseling and advisement, job preparation and placement while concurrently providing employers with qualified employees
  • Phone: 408.864.8869
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Puente Program
  • The Puente Program's Goal is to increase the number of historically under-served students who:
    • transfer to four-year colleges and universities
    • finish their degrees
    • return to their communities as leaders and mentors
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Student Success and Retention Services Program
  • SSRS provides academic and enrichment support services for students with historically low retention and transfer rates and first-generation college students.
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Transfer Center
  • To facilitate the transfer process, the Transfer Center offers and/or sponsors the following resources and support services to assist students in researching options, making sound choices and planning a smooth transition between institutions.
  • Phone: 408.864.8841
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  • The De Anza Umoja Program is designed to assist African Ancestry Students in achieving success.
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Veterans Services
  • Offers veterans a wide variety of services campuswide.
  • Phone: 408.864.8230
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