How to Reach Us

While you won't be able to visit us in person during the 2020 summer session, you can still access many of our services

  • Online through this website (use the navigation menu or click the magnifying glass icon to search for what you need) or on MyPortal
  • By using our online help form

We will respond to your requests as quickly as possible. Thank you for your patience, understanding and flexibility. Here are some of the things you can do online or by email


Updates on Withdrawals, Pass/No Pass

All Summer Withdrawals Will Be Excused

The deadline to withdraw from any class during the 2020 summer session has been extended, and any withdrawal will be treated as an excused withdrawal, or EW. The new deadline will be Friday, Aug. 7 for six-week classes that began the week of June 29. 

  • An EW does not count against limits on repeating a class, which means you can take the class again
  • An EW will not count against your course completion rate for purposes of probation
  • You can use MyPortal to drop a class and it will be treated as an excused withdrawal

Any withdrawal initiated by an instructor will also be treated as an excused withdrawal. 

PLEASE NOTE: This is a temporary policy in response to the unusual circumstances of the coronavirus outbreak. The policy may change after summer session.

(Updated July 7)


New Process and Deadline to Request P/NP

  • To request Pass/No Pass for 2020 summer session classes: Go to MyPortal, open the Apps page and click on the icon for "AdobeSign Student Forms." Then look under "Student Webforms" and select "De Anza Pass/No Pass." Follow the instructions to submit this online form.
  • To request Pass/No Pass for classes taken in the 2020 winter or spring quarters, you must use the special Winter-Spring P-NP online form to request Pass/No Pass retroactively.

The deadline to request Pass/No Pass for classes taken in winter, spring or summer of 2020 has been extended to Wednesday, Sept. 9.

  • There may be important consequences that you should consider before you request Pass/No Pass. Learn more on our Pass/No Pass webpage and contact your counselor if you have questions.

PLEASE NOTE: This is a temporary policy enacted in response to the unusual circumstances of the coronavirus outbreak. The policy may change after summer session.

(Updated July 7)


We're located on the First Floor of the Registration & Student Services (RSS) building, across from the Bookstore.

If you have questions about applying for admission, registering for a class, verifying student records or obtaining a transcript evaluation, the Admissions Office is here to help you.


The Admissions Office is part of the Enrollment Services Division, which also assists students through these offices 


Other services in the RSS building include

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Admissions Office

Location: Registration & Student Services (RSS) Building, First Floor

Summer Office Hours

Monday-Thursday:
8 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Friday:
CLOSED


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