Add Classes for Fall 2013 through Oct. 5
Search the open course list for the best chance of adding a class. Then see How to Add Classes after school starts.
Important ADD and DROP Deadlines
See the calendar of dates and deadline for regular 12-week courses. For non-standard classes, go to MyPortal to View Your Class Schedule for the deadlines to add/drop for YOUR classes.
Are you a new student who previously attended De Anza while in high school?
If the answer is yes, and you are experiencing trouble registering for classes, please e-mail Binh Thai at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Need Help in Your Classes?
Drop-in, group and individual tutoring is available in the Student Success Center. For help, come to S-43 for math and science, Library 107 for reading and writing, general subjects, and academic skills, L-47 for the Speaking and Listening Center.
Find Your Way Around MyPortal
Need help navigating through De Anza's registration system? Check out the MyPortal registration guides! Then check messages inside MyPortal for more tips.
2013-2014 Degree & Certificate Programs
Learn about our many degree and certificate programs. Check out the possibilities!
Are You New to De Anza College? Key Information to Remember
Adding Classes To help you find the classes you need, check out our Back to School flyer. Print a copy and bring it with you the first week of school. Copies will also be available throughout campus.
Keep your e-mail and other information current in MyPortal. Here's why and how!
Pick up your DASB Card. Enjoy student discounts and more, including the VTA Eco Pass program.
Got a question? For answers, see De Anza's online Student Handbook.
Do you feel lost on campus? Take a virtual tour!
Campus Policy: Illegal Distribution of Copyrighted Materials
De Anza College students are prohibited from using the Foothill-De Anza (FHDA) Community College District information network to illegally download or share music, video and all other copyrighted intellectual property. Read the full policy.
Protect Your Identity
To help prevent identity theft and to comply with government legislation, De Anza provides students with an assigned Student Identification Number (SID), also known as Campuswide ID. This SID/CWID is an 8-digit, system-generated number that is used instead of your Social Security Number. With the MyPortal system introduced Summer 2010, you can no longer use a Social Security number as your student ID. Students are required to use this number to log in to the registration system. Memorize it. It will be used with your new MyPortal password that you will create the first time you log in to MyPortal.
Don't Know Your CWID and/or password?
Go to the MyPortal password reset page. Your campuswide ID and a temporary password will be e-mailed to you.