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Vanisha Ojha is a 19-year-old international transfer student who is studying business. She transferred this quarter to De Anza College from India and currently works in the school cafeteria.

The international student workforce that keeps De Anza going

Courtney McClain, Reporter | December 15, 2021

After not having on-campus schooling for a year and a half, the international transfer students at De Anza College have come together to help revive the  school’s vital functions. The cafeteria, book-store...

College Leap De Anza hosts internship accelerator, brings international students together

College Leap De Anza hosts internship accelerator, brings international students together

Rahul Makhijani, Reporter | March 19, 2021

College Leap @ De Anza held a virtual internship accelerator on March 12 to help international students secure an internship. Helen Pang, a speaker at the event and De Anza College counselor for career...

De Anza students struggle with housing insecurity

De Anza students struggle with housing insecurity

Vi Nguyen, Reporter | March 8, 2021

As the pandemic wears on, international students at De Anza College are facing housing insecurity and many are suffering. International student Grace Lim temporarily moved back to her home country during...

Board of Trustees increases non-resident tuition rate

Board of Trustees increases non-resident tuition rate

Crystal Flores, Reporter | February 9, 2021
The Foothill-De Anza Board of Trustees increased the non-resident tuition rate by 6% in a meeting on Feb. 1.
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Chinese international students have mixed feelings about graduation, amid COVID-19 uncertainty

Caden Zhao, Reporter | June 23, 2020

International students, some back in their home countries, others still in the United States, have mixed emotions about graduating from De Anza College because of the uncertainty of their student status. “I...

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International students face uncertainty and hardship due to COVID-19 concerns

Caden Zhao, Reporter | May 2, 2020

Faced with the decision of returning home or remaining in the U.S., international students at De Anza College are experiencing both economic and mental pressure during the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently,...

Pandemic leaves international student community with worries over status, finances

Anthony Lucido, Staff Reporter | March 27, 2020

With the spread of COVID-19 and De Anza College’s closure and move to online classes, international students are concerned about their status in the U.S. In an email sent from the district, international...

ISP informs international students about maintaining status

Kathleen Quinn, Campus Beat Editor | March 12, 2020

International Student Programs has updated information for F-1 students regarding recent changes to the campus which include guidance for leaving the U.S. and requirements for maintaining F-1 status. To...

Brazilian student Vitor Miranda, 22, computer science major, works at the De Anza book-store textbook department.

Not so wealthy, De Anza international students’ financial struggle

Damon Ong, Staff Reporter | December 4, 2018

Often seen as affluent and nonchalant by local students, international students face their own set of financial and adjustment problems in De Anza College which often flies under the radar. An informal...

Sparking inspiration through cultural education

Johanna Berntsson, Staff Reporter | November 15, 2018

For the first time ever, De Anza College hosted International Education Week, a nation-wide campaign that sheds light on hardships international students face, while offering education and advice for the...

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