Explore the De Anza Campus
- Watch the complete video tour
- Watch the video segments for different locations on campus
- Watch a Campus Spotlight video and see what students like most about each location
Meet Our Contest Winners!
We had three lucky winners in our campus video tour contest series.
- Evan Muller won an iPad, Instax camera and Instax smartphone printer by posting Instagram selfies from every featured location on the tour!
- Charlena Phrachansiri and Henley Shao each won an Instax instant camera after liking and commenting on our Facebook posts about the tour.
Our new video tour will introduce you to some of the many special places at De Anza College. You can watch the complete tour in one video, or choose a specific location from the list below. In most cases, you can also watch a companion video, called a "Campus Spotlight," in which students tell what they like about each location.
- RSS Building / Bookstore
- Campus Center
- VPAC / Euphrat Museum
- Media & Learning Center
- P.E. & Athletics / Stadium & Track
- Kirsch Center / Cheeseman ESA
Charlena Phrachansiri was a business major during her time at De Anza College, but she also enjoyed studying astronomy in the De Anza Planetarium.
She was selected by random drawing as the second winner of an Instax Mini 9 Instant Camera, paid for with donated funds, after she liked and commented on our Facebook post about the video tour segment featuring the Planetarium.
Charlena graduated in 2017 and transferred to San José State University, where she’s working on her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. She also works in human resources for a leading electronics company. But she still enjoys following De Anza on Facebook.
“The teachers I had at De Anza were amazing,” she said, mentioning accounting instructor Dan Salah in particular. “He made school really fun!”
Our new campus video tour brought back fond memories for Henley Shao, who studied Administration of Justice at De Anza from 2005-2007.
Henley was one of two winners in the first phase of the video tour contest, which ended Nov. 9. He was selected by random drawing for an Instax Mini 9 Instant Camera, paid for with donated funds, after he liked and commented on our Facebook post about the video tour segment featuring the Physical Education and Athletics complex.
De Anza "always felt like a community," Henley says now. Though he later attended San José State and now works as an office coordinator, Henley still keeps in touch with acquaintances on this campus. "It was easy to make friends and I felt very engaged."