We’re here to help you achieve your educational goals.
While you won't be able to visit us in person during the 2020 summer session, you can still speak with a counselor or academic adviser by phone, email or Zoom video, or through our Online Adviser program.
- Use our Online Adviser program for quick questions
- Use our online appointment system to schedule a time to talk with a counselor or academic adviser by phone, email or Zoom video. After scheduling your appointment, please be sure to check your email for important information regarding your appointment.
- To speak with a Transfer Center counselor or academic adviser, please use the separate Transfer Center online appointment scheduler
You must provide your eight-digit student identification number, also known as a campuswide ID or CWID.
NEW: 15-Minute Drop-In Sessions
If you're a current or returning student, you can have a quick online chat with an academic adviser – without an appointment – during our summer drop-in hours.
(Drop-in sessions are not meant for personal or career counseling, completing an educational plan or discussions that require accessing your student records.)
Click the red links to enter the Zoom waiting room, or call 669.900.6833 during the listed times.
Our counselors and academic advisers can help students with planning to earn career certificates or associate degrees, transfer to a four-year university, or reach other goals.
- Students in their first or second quarters at De Anza (and future students who haven't enrolled yet) should visit the Office of Outreach for academic counseling, information and assistance.
- We recommend completing orientation before you see a counselor. Orientation is a required step to qualify for priority enrollment – and it will answer many of your initial questions about classes, registration and related topics.
- Find more tips on the Apply and Register webpage
- Learn about resources available through the Guardian Scholars Program
- Be sure to visit the Veteran Services webpage
Remember these important steps
- Choose a major – get help from these workshops
- Plan ahead – learn what you’ll need to transfer
- Keep your ed plan current – find out how
- Monitor your progress – with our online degree audit
- Get ready to graduate – and don’t forget to file for your degree!
Important: For Students Planning to Transfer
- If you're applying this fall to transfer to UC or CSU, you should know there have been some technical issues with the launch of the redesigned statewide ASSIST website, which normally provides current information on transferable courses.
- You can find more information about by visiting the ASSIST News page on De Anza's website.
- For any questions, contact the De Anza Transfer Center.
If you're looking for mental health counseling, please contact the Psychological Services office.