De Anza College Community Education Division
De Anza College Community Education offers four major programs to serve community needs and interests:
De Anza College Academy, Short Courses, Planetarium and Euphrat Museum.
De Anza College Academy
A wide selection of fee based, non-credit enrichment classes for students entering grades 4th to 12th and offered year round and during the summer months.
Year Round offered during the regular school year, these classes meet online weekends and evenings.
Check our current offerings visit our page: De Anza College Year-Round
Summer academy offered during the months of June and July each year, these classes meet online and or in-person
monday to friday. Schedule available at: De Anza College Summer Academy
Browse our catalog of classes for adults or check out our six-week online courses offered through our Ed2Go portal.
Ed2Go offers over 450 online courses that are informative, fun, convenient and highly interactive. Ed2Go focuses on creating a supportive and positive learning community. Courses are instructor-led and project-oriented, featuring lessons, hands-on assignments, discussions and supplementary links. New sessions start every month.
Our “Education to Go” online classes are accessible anytime & anywhere - click here to register!
Download a copy of our current class catalog
Visit the Planetarium page for details or purchase tickets via the Community Education portal. Attendees do not have to be De Anza or Foothill students to purchase planetarium show tickets - these events are open to all!
(limited public programming will be available April & May 2022)
Click here for directions to purchase tickets & for current show schedule
Euphrat Museum of Art
More than a museum, the Euphrat creates an experiential environment for visual ideas and communication. Our comprehensive program of arts, education, public art programs and lectures stimulate creativity and interest in art among audiences of all ages.
To Register for our classes or purchase planetarium tickets
Experience the Euphrat through collaborative art projects, online events and exhibitions.
For more information visit: Euphrat Museum or Art