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Fast-Forward to Success with our De Anza College VHS Guide

We’ve created this ‘80s-themed Video Help Series for you! Each video is just one to two minutes long and will show you the easy steps to
• Apply for Admission
• Get Priority Enrollment
• Apply for Financial Aid
• Qualify for the De Anza College Promise

Stay tuned for more episodes!

De Anza College is
• Tops in Transfer: Always at or near the top statewide in community college transfers to the University of California, California State University and private universities
• Tops in Career Training: Award-winning programs designed by industry experts, with flexible scheduling and a dedicated career counselor
• And more!
o More than 70 degrees, 95 certificates and more than 1,600 courses
o Learning Communities that create networks of supportive classmates, teachers and advisers
o Student services to assist with everything you need to succeed

Get your degree or transfer – FREE – with the De Anza College Promise
• Free tuition and fees for two years
• PLUS $1,000 for books and materials
• deanza.edu/promise

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