Hello MC2 Students!

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As most of you know, the Men of Color counselors are passionate about supporting you in meeting your educational goal, transfer requirements, and getting started. Please reach out to us for support.  

It is always good to check in with a counselor at least two times during each quarter.

Our Services

  • Counseling and academic advising
  • Transfer assistance and advising
  • Scholarship and financial aid info
  • Student-to-student tutoring and mentoring
  • Help in maintaining priority enrollment
  • Field trips to four-year universities
  • Workshops and special events
  • Tutoring in Math and English

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Upcoming Activities and Workshops

Click each tab below to learn more about our Weekly Drop-In Sessions and Application Workshops for students interested in transferring to CSU or UC.

  • Weekly Drop-In Sessions

    Please join us every Thursday from 10 a.m. to noon, for a Zoom check-in with our Men of Color Community counselors.

    Bring your questions or concerns and we will do our best to address them!

    Come and build community by meeting with your counselors and other students from MC2. 

    This is a safe and inclusive space, so please feel free to join. We hope to see you soon!

    CLICK TO JOIN A Drop-In Session

  • CSU and UC Application Workshops

    Planning on transferring to a CSU or UC? You can learn about the transfer application process – and get answers to your questions – by attending one of these workshops.

    CSU Transfer Workshops

    • Check back here for winter schedule

    UC Transfer Workshops

    • Check back here for winter schedule

    CLICK TO JOIN a Workshop

Additional Support

Admissions and Records

Visit the Admissions Office webpage to learn how to contact them


Order books and materials on the Bookstore website 

  • If you are on our book voucher list, your funds should be ready for you. If not, please reach out to Jesus or Sheldon.  

Financial Aid

Send an email to financialaid@deanza.edu or check their contact page for more information on how to reach them.

Financial Emergencies – Cash Grants

If you’re facing a financial emergency, we may be able to help. De Anza can provide limited cash grants for students who are struggling with hardship or an urgent expense that might interfere with attending school. Use this online form to apply:

Apply for Emergency Funds

  • If you haven’t already done so, you must apply for financial aid by submitting the FAFSA or CADAA before you can qualify for emergency funds. There is no cost to submit these applications. Visit the Financial Aid website for more information.
  • If you have any questions regarding the Basic Needs Emergency Fund, please contact dabasicneeds@deanza.edu 


You can find a tutor through our Men of Color Mentors program!

Additional tutoring support is available through the

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