COVID-19 Information and Updates
De Anza students can request a free home-testing kit at the Student Health Services office during business hours:
- Monday-Thursday, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. (Closed for lunch 12:30-1 p.m.)
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Remember these requirements
- One antigen kit per student per week
- You must be registered at De Anza this quarter and taking classes, either on campus or online. Sorry, no friends or family members
Pick up your test kit outside the Lower Level entrance to the Campus Center (near the Student Health Services office.)
- You must bring a photo ID and provide your CWID to get your kit.
- Remember to wear a mask and practice social distancing
- If you have symptoms, please do not come to campus!
More Ways to Find Test Kits
- You can still sign up for free test kits that will be mailed to your home by the U.S. government. Learn more and register at covidtests.gov
- You can also check for information about free testing and kits, provided by the Santa Clara County Public Health Department, at sccfreetest.org
COVID-19 vaccines are now available – free of charge – to all Californians age 5 and older, and that includes college students!
- Pfizer: Anyone age 12 or older who received their second shot of the Pfizer vaccine at least five months ago
- Moderna: Anyone age 18 or older who received their second shot of the Moderna vaccine at least five months ago
- Johnson & Johnson: Anyone age 18 or older who received their Johnson & Johnson shot at least two months ago
To get your vaccination or booster, visit the Santa Clara County Public Health Department website for a list of clinic sites near you – where you can drop in without an appointment, or schedule a time that fits your schedule.
Testing is a critical tool in the fight against this pandemic. To find a free COVID-19 testing site near you, use these online tools:
Student Health Services
Current students can visit the Health Services virtual clinic for services. The virtual clinic uses online video that is HIPAA-compliant for privacy and security, so students can talk with a health care provider about issues including women’s health, birth control, community resources and referrals. To schedule an appointment, send an email to email@example.com
- You can also visit Wellness Central, an online resource for students.
- Note: If you have coronavirus symptoms – which may include a combination of fever, cough, difficulty breathing, headache, chills and loss of taste or smell – stay home and call your primary doctor, health care provider's nurse hotline, or Valley Medical Center at 408.885.5000.