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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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Slide from Erika Floress presentation during the SSPBT meeting, which shows the different partners De Anza has throughout the community.

Student support programs see increase in enrollment as they remain remote

Lianna Vaughan, Reporter | April 18, 2021
Vice president of Student Services Rob Mieso said student support programs will remain mostly remote on Student Services Planning and Budgeting Team meeting on April 15.

Fewer resources available for future De Anza students

Stephanie Lam and Shiri Marwaha | January 13, 2019

Students will see an absence of classified staff in the Student Success Center after a consensus vote was passed, eliminating six classified positions during a joint College Council, Administrative Services,...

Counselor positions affected due to budget cuts

Jonathan Cabrera, Staff Reporter | October 12, 2018

The Student Services Planning and Budget team will amend their recommendation to eliminate the Dean of Counseling and Associate Vice President of Student Services, said the Co-Chair Vice President of Student...

Cuts to Student Services budget mean fewer counselor positions

Kevin Coleto, Staff Reporter | June 20, 2018

The Student Services Planning and Budget team proposed a $1.043 million reduction for the ‘18-19 academic year, in accordance with the target reduction of $1.2 million to Student Services suggested by...

De Anza College budget committees discuss vision, extent of future cuts

Stephanie Lam, Staff Reporter | June 5, 2018

College Council approved the motion brought by IPBT to hire two new faculty members for the chemistry department at the May 24 College Council meeting. The council also approved the motion to eliminate...

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