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Current locations, hours, phone contacts, staff, activities and program information can be found online. Website:
The Academic Skills Center offers workshops and study skills support to enhance college success for all De Anza students. Workshop topics include a variety of student life, study, reading, writing and grammar skills. Location: ATC 302
The General Subjects Tutoring Center provides individual, group and drop-in peer tutoring in Business, Social Sciences and Humanities. Students who need assistance should apply for tutoring early in the quarter. Location: ATC 304
The Listening and Speaking Center provides a supportive environment to practice language and communication skills while making friends from all over the world. Activities and services include workshops, world languages tutoring, the Language Exchange Program, ESL software and recording rooms. Through these programs student improve conversation skills, listening ability, pronunciation and vocabulary, and build the confidence to achieve academic and professional goals. Location: ATC 313
The Math, Science and Technology Resource Center provides a variety of resources that enable students to develop the skills and abilities necessary to succeed in their math and science courses. Trained tutors provide weekly, drop-in and group tutoring in math and science. This center also provides study skills and topic-specific workshops for math and science courses.
Location: S43
WRITING AND READING CENTER ■ Easy access to computers for (WRC) transfer research
The Writing and Reading Center empowers ■, an online site for students at all levels to develop their writing researching articulation agreements and reading skills by providing drop-in, between colleges and universities individual and group tutoring. Other ■ Visits from University of California, academic support includes workshops and California State University,
directed learning activities. and selected private university Location: ATC 309 representatives to provide transfer
STUDENT SUCCESS AND ■ Workshops on guaranteed
RETENTION SERVICES admission, general education (SSRS) requirements and application
Student Success and Retention Services ■ Workshops and advising on (SSRS) is an academic enrichment and associate degrees for transfer support center overseen by the Division of ■ Other counseling services available Equity and Engagement. SSRS programs through the Counseling and
 support first-generation college students and students with historically low retention, matriculation and transfer rates. The SSRS center provides students with a community of peers, instructors, counselors and staff members who foster a nurturing environment and encourage retention to support students in reaching their goals. SSRS includes the First Year Experience, IMPACT AAPI, Puente Project, Summer Bridge Academy and Umoja programs.
Program participants receive educational planning and academic advising, a student study and computer center, peer mentoring and free tutoring, campus tours to four-year universities, scholarship and financial aid information, as well as various academic enrichment workshops.
Location: LCW 102 Telephone: 408.864.8470 Website:
The Transfer Center, located in the Registration & Student Services Building, assists students whose goal is transferring to a four-year university. The Transfer Center offers the following resources and support services to assist students in researching options, making sound choices and planning a smooth transition between institutions:
Advising Center
The Transfer Center sponsors special
programs throughout the year. All scheduled activities are posted in the Transfer and Counseling centers and online.
Location: RSS, Second Floor Telephone: 408.864.8841
Information about articulation agreements, guaranteed admission programs and impacted majors Printed materials from Universities of California, California State Universities and many colleges and universities

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