Counseling and Advising Center

Helpful De Anza Websites

AP Policy
Students may earn credit for AP Exams with a score of 3, 4, or 5.  AP credit will be awarded towards A.A./A.S. General Education requirements at De Anza College.

Career Services
Provides career advisement, career assessment, and workshops on resume writing, interviewing skills and job search strategies.

Disability Support Programs & Services
Four programs (Adapted PE, DSS, EDC, HOPE) serving the more than 2,000 students with a variety of disabilities who are enrolled each year.

Provides services for disabled students including assistive computer technology support, registration assistance, academic accommodation and test facilitation.

Provides support services to economically and educationally disadvantaged students including academic and personal counseling, peer advising and priority registration.

Financial Aid
Financial Aid is available through the college for students who need financial assistance in order to pursue their education. The De Anza College Financial Aid and Scholarships Office provides aid in the form of grants, waivers (BOGW), scholarships, loans and work study.

Honors Program
An interdisciplinary learning community for eligible students who enjoy small classes, making connections between disciplines, and collaborating with faculty and other students.

International Student Office
Primary office on campus that addresses the needs of De Anza's international student population. Prospective and degree-seeking international students are encouraged to contact the International Student Office. Issues I-20 for international (F-1 VISA) students.

Nursing & Health Technologies Information
Meeting and Registration Information for Nursing and Health Technology Programs

Student Success & Retention Services Center formerly SLAMS, STARS & Puente Project.
Facilitates the matriculation of students with historically low retention and transfer rates, first-generation college students and re-entry students. The center provides a supportive community of peer mentors, tutors, faculty and staff, and assists students with defining and successfully achieving their educational goals.

Student Success Tutorial Center
Provides free individual, group, and/or drop-in tutoring in most academic subjects during day and evening hours. For math and science subjects, tutoring is available in Room E-36. For all other subjects, tutoring is available in L-47.

Transfer Information
Provides a broad range of information on transfer requirements to the UC & CSU systems and to private universities.

The final responsibility for successfully achieving an educational goal rests with the student. Information online is designed to be helpful; however, this information changes frequently. It is recommended that students consult catalogs, schedule of classes, counselors/academic advisers, departments and universities to confirm an educational plan.

Counseling & Advising Center

Registration & Student Services
2nd Floor,  Room 201

Phone: 408.864.5400


Last Updated: 11/16/17