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De Anza Awarded $2.25 Million to Serve Diverse Student Body

De Anza has won a $2.25 million grant to help coordinate delivery of many student services through the new Guided Pathways Villages, expand the current Learning Communities and create a new Ethnic and Pride Inclusion Center for historically underserved students, including LGBTQ+ students.

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King Honored as Cupertino STAR

Monday, November 22nd, 2021

Heidi King

Instructional designer Heidi King was named this year's "De Anza College Educator of the Year" by the Cupertino Chamber of Commerce, which presents annual STAR awards to individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the community.

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Strategic Plan: 2022-2026

Wednesday, November 10th, 2021

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De Anza has begun a collegewide strategic planning process that will provide a road map for the next five years. The process will culminate in a new Educational Master Plan that sets goals in line with De Anza's Vision, Mission and Values.

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De Anza Chosen to Enter Aspen Competition

Tuesday, November 2nd, 2021

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De Anza has been selected by the Aspen Institute to enter a $1 million prize competition for high achievement and performance by community colleges nationwide.

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President Holmes Joins West Valley Board

Thursday, October 21st, 2021

De Anza College President Lloyd Holmes has joined the board of directors for West Valley Community Services, a leading nonprofit that's a key supporter of De Anza's Food Pantry and also assists low-income residents of surrounding communities.

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New Bookstore Adoption Tool and Online Store

Thursday, October 21st, 2021

De Anza's new Bookstore partner has officially launched its online store, along with a new textbook adoption tool that is now available to faculty members who wish to begin ordering course materials for winter quarter.

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De Anza Awarded $2.25 Million to Serve Diverse Student Body

Monday, October 4th, 2021

group of smiling students on campus

De Anza has won a $2.25 million grant to help coordinate delivery of many student services through the new Guided Pathways Villages, expand the current Learning Communities and create a new Ethnic and Pride Inclusion Center for historically underserved students, including LGBTQ+ students.

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Update on Student Vaccinations

Friday, September 10th, 2021

More than half of De Anza students who are registered for on-campus classes this fall have already uploaded their vaccine documents. All students registered for on-campus classes received a follow-up message this week about the COVID-19 vaccination requirements for fall quarter.

More than half of De Anza students who are registered for on-campus classes this fall have already uploaded their vaccine documents. All students registered for on-campus classes received a follow-up message this week about the COVID-19 vaccination requirements for fall quarter.

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Remember to Vote by Sept. 14

Thursday, September 9th, 2021

It's easy to mail in your ballot or drop it off. There's an official Drop Box on the De Anza campus – on the sidewalk outside the Registration and Student Services Building entrance that faces Stevens Creek Boulevard.

It's easy to mail in your ballot or drop it off – but you must do it by Sept. 14. There's an official Drop Box on the sidewalk outside the Registration and Student Services Building entrance that faces Stevens Creek Boulevard.

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New Videos: "Discover Your Village"

Wednesday, September 1st, 2021

faces of students and caption: Guided Pathways – The Whole College Experience

Students are learning more about this year's Welcome Day on Friday, Sept. 17 - and the new Guided Pathways Villages - through a pair of online videos, along with social media posts and tailored emails for each Village.

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New Partner for De Anza Bookstore

Tuesday, August 31st, 2021

Entrance to Bookstore in RSS Building

The transition to a new Bookstore operation is moving forward, with plans for a new online store and textbook adoption procedures effective for winter quarter.

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