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Flu Shot Clinic and International Student Health Event

Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 19 and 20: Campus Center Rooms A&B

Please register in advance by emailing dahealthclerk@deanza.edu to schedule a time between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. on these days.

  • Free flu shots available for all students and employeessee below for details
  • Plus these services for international studentssee below for details
    • Get help with completing required health forms
    • Get your required MMR vaccinations and TB lab orders, if needed


student getting bandaid on armFlu Shot Information

This is an opportunity to get vaccinated for the upcoming 2021-2022 flu season.

Before the event: 

  • Please schedule your appointment in advance by sending an email to dahealthclerk@deanza.edu
  • You will receive a confirmation with instructions for completing consent forms online

At the event:


International Student Information

For students attending De Anza on an F-1 visa, this is a great way to take care of your enrollment health requirements. These requirements must be completed to proceed with your studies at De Anza.

Before the event: International students should log in to the PyraMED health site and fill out all required forms – including the Consent for Treatment, Health History and Patient Registration forms

  • Look under My Forms and complete all forms marked "Required"
  • Upload any required documents or bring them to this event

At the event: International students should

Questions? Please contact Student Health Services at 408.864.8732 or dahealthclerk@deanza.edu    



Diverse Allied Health Careers Panel 

drawing of fists holding stethescopeJoin us online to learn about various health care careers from the following panelists:

  • Maceo Persson - Deputy Director of COVID-19 Community Branch, San Francisco Department of Public Health
  • Enrique Ramirez - DEIB Specialist, UC Berkeley School of Public Health DREAM Office
  • Mica Zaragoza-Soto - Research Associate, Disease Prevention & Control, San Francisco Department of Public Health
  • Jacqueline McCright Taylor - COVID-19 Medical Operations Chief, San Francisco Department of Public Health
  • Lauren Terschluse - LMFT, Private Practice

This event is presented by the De Anza Diversity in Health Careers Engagement Committee – a collaboration between staff, faculty, students and off-campus organizations and individuals including the STEM Success Program, Nursing Department, Athletics, Student Success Center, CTE - Career Technical Education, Student Health Services, Psychological Services, the National Association of Hispanic Nurses - Greater San Jose Chapter, the Office of Equity, Latinas in Bio and Higher Education for AB 540 Students (HEFAS).



Zentangle Wellness Workshops

Looking to reduce stress, calm your body, be creative and have funAll Foothill and De Anza students, faculty and staff are invited to Zentangle gatherings this fall. 

The Zentangle Method is an easy-to-learn, relaxing and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns. We call these patterns, tangles. You create tangles with combinations of dots, lines, simple curves, S-curves and orbs.

The recommended supplies are a micron, gel, or felt tip pen (ball point not recommended); some plain paper, bullet journal or 3.5 inch square tile; a graphite pencil; and a blending stump or q-tip — but anything you have at home is great.


These wellness workshops are co-hosted by Foothill Psych Services, Foothill Wellness Ambassadors and Foothill Project Hope Club.


UCSF Community College Health Study 

First-year, female students age 18-25 at De Anza are invited to participate in a community college health study conducted by UCSF researchers. Participants can earn up to $200 for completing online surveys about their health and viewing health education materials. Visit college.ucsf.edu for more information, and to sign up. 


Basketball Team Shows Strength, Supports #That'sLove

men's basketball team with banner against relationship violenceMembers of the Men's Basketball team showed their strength by signing the #That'sLove campaign banner – and making their mark against relationship violence.

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