A new video celebrates the creation of

Honoring Student Veterans

A new video celebrates the creation of "Stronger Together" - a mural honoring De Anza's student veterans that was painted last fall outside the Veteran Services office in the Seminar Building on the west side of campus.

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Honoring Student Veterans

Wednesday, January 25th, 2023

A new video celebrates the creation of

A new video celebrates the creation of "Stronger Together" - a mural honoring De Anza's student veterans that was painted last fall outside the Veteran Services office in the Seminar Building on the west side of campus.

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New Village Spaces Opening

Monday, January 23rd, 2023

Everyone is welcome to drop by their new Village Space for a Valentine's Day open house on Tuesday, Feb. 14. Village Spaces are physical locations on campus where students can hang out or meet with other students, faculty and classified professionals in their Village.

Everyone is welcome to drop by their new Village Space for a Valentine's Day open house on Tuesday, Feb. 14. Village Spaces are physical locations on campus where students can hang out or meet with other students, faculty and staff in their Village.

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A Great Start to Winter Quarter!

Monday, January 9th, 2023

The Black Faculty, Staff and Administrators Network (BFSA) invites the De Anza College community to a special event this Thursday honoring the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. ... Plus: Funding to train future community leaders, this year's Excellence Award winners and a new mural honoring student veterans.

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Silicon Valley Reads Kickoff and Euphrat Exhibit

Wednesday, November 30th, 2022

Silicon Valley Reads 2023: Journey to New Beginnings

De Anza College will host the Jan. 26 kickoff for the 2023 Silicon Valley Reads campaign, with an on-campus author event and Euphrat exhiibition tied to the theme of "Journey to New Beginnings."

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New Program: Rising Scholars

Monday, November 21st, 2022

Backed by a three-year, $354,000 grant from the state, De Anza has begun making a concerted effort to provide support for students who have been incarerated or had other experience with the criminal justice system - a group that is often unrecognized in colleges and universities.

Backed by a three-year, $354,000 grant from the state, De Anza has begun making a concerted effort to provide support for students who have been incarerated or had other experience with the criminal justice system.

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Video + Surveys Show Welcome Day Highlights

Wednesday, October 19th, 2022

Welcome to your Village!

Highlights from this year's Welcome Day are featured in a new video that shows scenes from the Sept. 23 campus event, while emphasizing to students: You are welcome at De Anza every day!

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Tops in Transfer - And in ADTs!

Thursday, October 6th, 2022

De Anza has been named a "Champion of Higher Education" for its success in expanding transfer opportunities for a growing number of students earning associate degrees for transfer, which guarantee admission to the CSU system.

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College to Offer New Bachelor's Degree

Tuesday, September 27th, 2022

De Anza has won formal approval to offer its first-ever baccalaureate degree - a bachelor of science in Automotive Technology Management that will provide students with new opportunities for jobs and career growth, while helping fill a need for skilled managers at auto dealerships, repair shops and vehicle fleets.

De Anza College has won formal approval to offer its first-ever baccalaureate degree - a bachelor of science in Automotive Technology Management that will provide students with new opportunities for jobs and career growth.

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Mom and Daughter Earn Degrees

Tuesday, June 21st, 2022

When the Class of 2022 marches into the Stadium for Commencement on Friday, Savannah Mariscal's mom, Stephannie Mariscal, will be right there with her. In fact, Stephannie will be listed right after Savannah in the program.

When the Class of 2022 marches into the Stadium for Commencement on Friday, Savannah Mariscal's mom, Stephannie Mariscal, will be right there with her. In fact, Stephannie will be listed right after Savannah in the program.

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Video: Student Headed for Stanford

Tuesday, June 7th, 2022

De Anza student Ray Ostil has some big changes coming up later this year: He’s retiring from the U.S. Army after 20 years of active service – and he’s transferring to Stanford University this fall.

De Anza student Ray Ostil has some big changes coming up later this year: He's retiring from the U.S. Army after 20 years of active service - and he's transferring to Stanford University this fall.

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