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The De Anza College Veteran Services Office assists veterans, service members, spouses and other family members with the process of applying for and receiving VA Educational Benefits. De Anza certifies Chapter 33 (Post-9/11 GI Bill®); Chapter 30 (Montgomery GI Bill®); Chapter 1606 (Reserve GI Bill®); Chapter 32 (VEAP); Chapter 35 (Dependent’s Education Assistance); Chapter 31 (Vocational Rehabilitation) and tuition assistance programs. (GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. More information about education benefits offered by the VA department is available at
Under federal regulations, students receiving VA benefits must maintain both satisfactory attendance and grade point average. Students will be notified that they are making unsatisfactory progress if their GPA falls below 2.0 for one quarter and they have been placed on probation. Students will have their VA benefits suspended if their GPA remains below 2.0 for a second consecutive quarter, or if their records show more than two quarters in which they are on probation with a cumulative GPA below 2.0.
More information about the following is available on the college website
■ Tuition Assistance information for service members: veterans/tuitionassistance
■ Points of contact for service members, veterans, spouses and dependents: college-contacts
■ Student forms required for certification: forms
Location: SEM 3 Telephone: 408.864.8723
Full-time resident students enrolled in 12 units pay $31 per unit. For each quarter, this amounts to $372 for enrollment fees, plus an average of $75 in other fees. The nonresident tuition fee is $205 per unit.
The foreign student tuition fee is $205 per unit plus an enrollment fee of $31 per unit.
There are additional mandatory fees for the Campus Center, the SmartPass and Health Services. There are also fees for students who use campus parking or take lab courses, and a voluntary fee for De Anza Student Government (DASG) activities. International (F-1 visa) students are required to purchase comprehensive health insurance for $562 each quarter.
All fees are listed at fees and are subject to change. Payment and refund policies are also listed online. Tuition and fees may be refunded under certain circumstances. Please direct questions to the Cashier’s Office by email to deanzacashier@
Students are responsible for purchasing textbooks and supplies including course syllabi, bibliographies and other printed materials in excess of five pages. Some courses require the purchase of additional supplies. The De Anza Bookstore sells all course texts and other items, and provides rental textbooks.
For a very limited number of courses, there will be an access fee. These fees, shown in the class listings, reflect the actual cost for materials, which is usually lower than if students purchased the same items separately. Unless there is an issue of health or safety, students can either pay the fees to the Bookstore or provide their own materials of equal quality. A list of materials will be provided by the instructor upon request.
It is important for students to make financial plans for their education. The following cost estimates are calculated for a student attending De Anza College full time and enrolled in 12 units for three quarters or nine months. Costs are higher for out-of-state or nonresident students and students living on their own.
De Anza College 2021-2022
Estimated Cost of Attendance Living at Home with
       No Dependents
Registration and fees Books and supplies Transportation Personal miscellaneous Total
$1,527 $1,677 $999 $3,943 $8,146

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