Student and Community Services Building

Registration Information

Steps for Getting Started: How to Enroll

All priority enrollment steps must have been completed by Nov. 17 to receive your best possible winter registration date.

New Students: Don't worry! You can still register for winter classes and then complete steps to increase your priority enrollment for the following term.

Everyone at De Anza is here to support your success.

  • Watch our Getting Started overview videos for important information about each enrollment step. Click on each video image to launch a 427 x 240 version. For higher resolution, click on the "Larger Video" link.
  • Then complete the actions listed by following the links in each Step/Action section.

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Follow These Steps to Your Academic Success . . .

STEP and ACTION

OVERVIEW

Step 1. Apply for Admission

  • Apply online.
  • After you receive your De Anza welcome letter with your student ID number, try your first-time MyPortal login.
  • How to report a problem: If the CCCApply application or your MyPortal login do not work as described, please fill out the A&R Help Form.


Where is the How to Apply video?
De Anza has moved to a new application system. Please read the Apply for Admission section.

 

Step 2. Take Placement Tests

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Step 3. Complete Orientation

  • See options for orientation. Orientation is required for new students in order to learn important information to help you succeed.
  • What if I need to register for courses BEFORE I complete orientation? Get the answers you need at New Students: My First Quarter Classes.
  • Completing orientation is an important step in qualifying for priority enrollment.

 


 

 

Step 4. Register for Classes

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Step 5. Pay Your Fees

 

Financial Aid Video - Click to play

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Step 6. Attend Classes

  • Be on time for the first class meeting. Otherwise, you may be dropped from the class. See attendance policy for more information.
  • If you no longer want to be enrolled in a class, it is your responsibility to officially drop classes.
  • Need help in your classes? Free academic tutorial support is available through our Student Success Center.

 

Student Success Video - Click to Play

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Step 7. Be Engaged. This Is Your Life!

 

College Life Video - Click to Play

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ADA/Disability SupportContact Disability Support Services for admissions and registration assistance. Call the alternate media specialist at 408.864.5815 to request college materials in an alternate format.

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Registration
Building: Student and Community Services
Contact: Admissions and Records Office
Phone: 408.864.5300
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Last Updated: 12/2/14