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Deadline
June 01, 2016  
Deadline to Petition for Spring Quarter Graduation
Do Not Wait Until the Deadline; Schedule Your Petition Appointment Early

Counseling Center (Room 8302)
Appointments fill up quickly; plan accordingly.

The deadline to petition for Spring Quarter graduation is June 1. If you intend to graduate at the end of this quarter, you are responsible for scheduling the required 30-minute petition consultation with a Foothill counselor online or by calling (650) 949-7423. You must meet with a counselor to complete the petition. Schedule your appointment well before the deadline. Appointments fill up quickly; plan accordingly.

Petition to Graduate Deadlines
June 1: Deadline to late petition for Spring Quarter graduation
Aug. 1: Deadline to petition for Summer Session graduation

Oct. 1: Deadline to petition for Fall Quarter graduation with AA-T/AS-T degree
Dec. 1: Deadline to petition for Fall Quarter graduation
Feb. 1: Deadline to petition for Spring Quarter graduation with AA-T/AS-T degree
March 1: Deadline to petition for Winter Quarter graduation

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7423
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/counseling/counselappt.php


June 06, 2016  
RSVP Deadline for Transfer Achievement Celebration Dinner
RSVP required by June 6; seating is limited

See link below to sign up
You must sign up by June 6

June 6 is the deadline to sign up to attend the annual Transfer Achievement Celebration Dinner. The event will be presented June 15 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Campus Center Dining Room. Guest check-in runs from 6 to 6:30 p.m.; dinner and program begin at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free for you and up to two guests, and you must sign up in advance to attend. Seating is limited; sign up at foothill.edu/transfer/celeb-register.php by June 6.

 
Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7832
Contact us at: oehkaren@foothill.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/transfer/celeb-register.php


August 01, 2016  
Deadline to Petition for Summer Graduation
Do Not Wait Until the Deadline; Schedule Your Petition Appointment Early

Counseling Center (Room 8302)
Appointments fill up quickly; plan accordingly.

The deadline to petition for summer graduation is Aug. 1. If you intend to graduate at the end of this term, you are responsible for scheduling the required 30-minute petition consultation with a Foothill counselor online or by calling (650) 949-7423. Schedule your appointment well before the deadline. Appointments fill up quickly; plan accordingly.

Petition to Graduate Deadlines
Aug. 1: Deadline to petition for Summer Session graduation

Oct. 1: Deadline to petition for Fall Quarter graduation with AA-T/AS-T degree
Dec. 1: Deadline to petition for Fall Quarter graduation
Feb. 1: Deadline to petition for Spring Quarter graduation with AA-T/AS-T degree
March 1: Deadline to petition for Winter Quarter graduation
June 1: Deadline to late petition for Spring Quarter graduation

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7423
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/counseling/counselappt.php


October 01, 2016  
Deadline to Petition for Fall ADT Graduation
Do Not Wait Until the Deadline; Schedule Your Petition Appointment Early

Counseling Center (Room 8302)
Appointments fill up quickly; plan accordingly.

The deadline to petition for fall ADT graduation is Oct. 1. If you intend to graduate at the end of this term, you are responsible for scheduling the required 30-minute petition consultation with a Foothill counselor online or by calling (650) 949-7423. Schedule your appointment well before the deadline. Appointments fill up quickly; plan accordingly.

Petition to Graduate Deadlines
Oct. 1: Deadline to petition for Fall Quarter graduation with AA-T/AS-T degree
Dec. 1: Deadline to petition for Fall Quarter graduation
Feb. 1: Deadline to petition for Spring Quarter graduation with AA-T/AS-T degree
March 1: Deadline to petition for Winter Quarter graduation
June 1: Deadline to late petition for Spring Quarter graduation

Aug. 1: Deadline to petition for Summer Session graduation

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7423
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/counseling/counselappt.php


December 01, 2016  
Deadline to Petition for Fall Graduation
Do Not Wait Until the Deadline; Schedule Your Petition Appointment Early

Counseling Center (Room 8302)
Appointments fill up quickly; plan accordingly.

The deadline to petition for fall graduation is Dec. 1. If you intend to graduate at the end of this term, you are responsible for scheduling the required 30-minute petition consultation with a Foothill counselor online or by calling (650) 949-7423. Schedule your appointment well before the deadline. Appointments fill up quickly; plan accordingly.

Petition to Graduate Deadlines
Dec. 1: Deadline to petition for Fall Quarter graduation
Feb. 1: Deadline to petition for Spring Quarter graduation with AA-T/AS-T degree
March 1: Deadline to petition for Winter Quarter graduation
June 1: Deadline to late petition for Spring Quarter graduation

Aug. 1: Deadline to petition for Summer Session graduation
Oct. 1: Deadline to petition for Fall Quarter graduation with AA-T/AS-T degree

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7423
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/counseling/counselappt.php


February 01, 2017  
Deadline to Petition for Spring ADT Graduation
Do Not Wait Until the Deadline; Schedule Your Petition Appointment Early

Counseling Center (Room 8302)
Appointments fill up quickly; plan accordingly.

The deadline to petition for spring graduation with the ADT is Feb. 1. If you intend to graduate at the end of this term, you are responsible for scheduling the required 30-minute petition consultation with a Foothill counselor online or by calling (650) 949-7423. Schedule your appointment well before the deadline. Appointments fill up quickly; plan accordingly.

Petition to Graduate Deadlines
Feb. 1: Deadline to petition for Spring Quarter graduation with AA-T/AS-T degree
March 1: Deadline to petition for Winter Quarter graduation
June 1: Deadline to late petition for Spring Quarter graduation
Aug. 1: Deadline to petition for Summer Session graduation
Oct. 1: Deadline to petition for Fall Quarter graduation with AA-T/AS-T degree
Dec. 1: Deadline to petition for Fall Quarter graduation

 
Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7423
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/counseling/counselappt.php


March 01, 2017  
Deadline to Petition for Winter Graduation
Do Not Wait Until the Deadline; Schedule Your Petition Appointment Early

Counseling Center (Room 8302)
Appointments fill up quickly; plan accordingly.

The deadline to petition for winter graduation is March 1. If you intend to graduate at the end of this term, you are responsible for scheduling the required 30-minute petition consultation with a Foothill counselor online or by calling (650) 949-7423. Schedule your appointment well before the deadline. Appointments fill up quickly; plan accordingly.

Petition to Graduate Deadlines
March 1: Deadline to petition for Winter Quarter graduation
June 1: Deadline to petition for Spring Quarter graduation
Aug. 1: Deadline to petition for Summer Session graduation
Oct. 1: Deadline to petition for Fall Quarter graduation with AA-T/AS-T degree
Dec. 1: Deadline to petition for Fall Quarter graduation
Feb. 1: Deadline to petition for Spring Quarter graduation with AA-T/AS-T degree

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7423
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/counseling/counselappt.php

Film
June 07, 2016   12:30–2 p.m.
"The Year We Thought about Love"
Part of LGBTQ Heritage Month

Toyon Room (Room 2020)
Admission is free

With wit, grace and attitude, a diverse troupe of LGBTQ youth transforms their personal struggles into theater for social change, starting with a simple and surprising kiss in the first act. The 68-minute documentary, The Year We Thought about Love celebrates the powerful work of a Boston LGBTQ troupe, True Colors: OUT Youth Theater, as they write a play about love. 

Download the 2016 LGBTQ Heritage Month brochure and check the online calendar for event details. Foothill hosts numerous heritage month celebrations throughout the year. 

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7060
Contact us at: OrtizErin@foothill.edu
Additional Information: www.foothill.edu/news/heritage/lgbtq2016.pdf

Final Exams
June 20, 2016 - June 24, 2016   For exact exam times, review the final exam schedule online
Final Exams Week
Final grades are posted to the transcript approximately three weeks after the last day of final examinations.

view your grades via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account
Final grades are posted to the transcript approximately three weeks after the last day of final examinations.

You are responsible for taking all assigned final examinations. Your instructor will provide details on the final exam in your class. Final examinations are given in all Foothill courses, and will normally not be given in advance of the scheduled exam time. Review the final exam schedule and plan accordingly.

Final grades are submitted by faculty the week after final exams. Final grades are then available to view via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account, as well as posted to your transcript approximately three weeks after the last day of final examinations.

Be aware that several "roll up" steps must occur before final grades and calculation of GPAs are available for you to view via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account. Once the "roll up" process is complete, you may log in to MyPortal.fhda.edu to view grades via the View Grades and Unofficial Transcript links on the MyPortal Students tab.

Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/reg/examsched.php


December 12, 2016 - December 16, 2016   For exact exam times, review the final exam schedule online
Final Exams Week
Final grades are posted to the transcript approximately three weeks after the last day of final examinations.

view your grades via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account
Final grades are posted to the transcript approximately three weeks after the last day of final examinations.

You are responsible for taking all assigned final examinations. Your instructor will provide details on the final exam in your class. Final examinations are given in all Foothill courses, and will normally not be given in advance of the scheduled exam time. Review the final exam schedule and plan accordingly.

Final grades are submitted by faculty the week after final exams. Final grades are then available to view via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account, as well as posted to your transcript approximately three weeks after the last day of final examinations.

Be aware that several "roll up" steps must occur before final grades and calculation of GPAs are available for you to view via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account. Once the "roll up" process is complete, you may log in to MyPortal.fhda.edu to view grades via the View Grades and Unofficial Transcript links on the MyPortal Students tab.

Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/reg/examsched.php


March 27, 2017 - March 31, 2017   For exact exam times, review the final exam schedule online
Final Exams Week
Final grades are posted to the transcript approximately three weeks after the last day of final examinations.

view your grades via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account

You are responsible for taking all assigned final examinations. Your instructor will provide details on the final exam in your class. Final examinations are given in all Foothill courses, and will normally not be given in advance of the scheduled exam time. Review the final exam schedule and plan accordingly.

Final grades are submitted by faculty the week after final exams. Final grades are then available to view via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account, as well as posted to your transcript approximately three weeks after the last day of final examinations.

Be aware that several "roll up" steps must occur before final grades and calculation of GPAs are available for you to view via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account. Once the "roll up" process is complete, you may log in to MyPortal.fhda.edu to view grades via the View Grades and Unofficial Transcript links on the MyPortal Students tab.

Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/reg/examsched.php


June 26, 2017 - June 30, 2017   For exact exam times, review the final exam schedule online
Final Exams Week
Final grades are posted to the transcript approximately three weeks after the last day of final examinations.

view your grades via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account

You are responsible for taking all assigned final examinations. Your instructor will provide details on the final exam in your class. Final examinations are given in all Foothill courses, and will normally not be given in advance of the scheduled exam time. Review the final exam schedule and plan accordingly.

Final grades are submitted by faculty the week after final exams. Final grades are then available to view via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account, as well as posted to your transcript approximately three weeks after the last day of final examinations.

Be aware that several "roll up" steps must occur before final grades and calculation of GPAs are available for you to view via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account. Once the "roll up" process is complete, you may log in to MyPortal.fhda.edu to view grades via the View Grades and Unofficial Transcript links on the MyPortal Students tab.

Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/reg/examsched.php

Heritage Month
May 02, 2016 - May 31, 2016  
Foothill Celebrates Latino Heritage Month
Part of the Health & Heritage Awareness Series

Admission to LHM events is free unless otherwise noted in event program

Students, faculty, staff and community leaders have created an exciting calendar of cultural enrichment activities to commemorate Latino Heritage Month (LHM) at Foothill throughout May. Events include guest speakers, live entertainment and more. Foothill hosts numerous heritage month celebrations throughout the year. Admission to LHM events and activities is free unless otherwise indicated.

Download the 2016 Latino Heritage Month brochure and check the online calendar for event details. Foothill hosts numerous heritage month celebrations throughout the year. 

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7060
Contact us at: OrtizErin@foothill.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/news/heritage/lhm2016.pdf


June 01, 2016   noon to 1 p.m.
LGBTQ Heritage Month Kick-Off Event
Make your own tie-dye T-shirt, free Jamba Juice and other fun activities

Library Quad
Complimentary food and T-shirts available while supplies last.

Make your own tie-dye T-shirt, hear a live performance by the Foothill College Glee Club, and sign up for AIDS Walk San Francisco, a 10K fundraising walk. This kick-off event benefits Project Inform, Ward 86 at San Francisco General Hospital, Project Open Hand, and HIV/AIDS programs and services throughout the Bay Area. Complimentary Jamba Juice and sliders, too! Complimentary food and T-shirts available while supplies last.

Download the 2016 LGBTQ Heritage Month brochure and check the online calendar for event details. Foothill hosts numerous heritage month celebrations throughout the year. 

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7060
Contact us at: OrtizErin@foothill.edu
Additional Information: www.foothill.edu/news/heritage/lgbtq2016.pdf


June 01, 2016 - June 30, 2016  
Foothill Celebrates LGBTQ Heritage Month
Part of the Health & Heritage Awareness Series

Admission to LGBTQM events is free unless otherwise noted in event program

Students, faculty, staff and community leaders have created an exciting calendar of cultural enrichment activities to commemorate Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Queer Heritage Month (LGBTQM) at Foothill during June. Events include guest speakers, live entertainment and more. Foothill hosts numerous heritage month celebrations throughout the year. Admission to LGBTQM events and activities is free unless otherwise indicated. Watch for the event brochure as LGBTQM approaches.

Phone us at: (650) 949-7060
Contact us at: OrtizErin@foothill.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/news/heritage.php


June 02, 2016   noon to 2 p.m.
The Queer Movement Panel Discussion
Part of LGBTQ Heritage Month

Hearthside Lounge (Room 2313)
Admission is free

Take a look outside the binary concept of gender and hear panelists discuss resources and advocacy for the transgender community. This panel is presented by Outlet, a youth-centered organization that respects people while honoring their differences. With youth centers in Mountain View, Redwood City and San Mateo, Outlet staff strive for social justice and engage with LGBTQ youth to achieve freedom, fairness and equality for all. Complimentary refreshments.

Download the 2016 LGBTQ Heritage Month brochure and check the online calendar for event details. Foothill hosts numerous heritage month celebrations throughout the year. 

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7060
Contact us at: OrtizErin@foothill.edu
Additional Information: www.foothill.edu/news/heritage/lgbtq2016.pdf


June 06, 2016   noon to 1 p.m.
The Human Library
Guest Lecture by Author Jim Van Buskirk

Library Quad
Admission is free; bring cash to purchase items from food trucks

The Human Library is designed to build a positive framework for conversations that can challenge stereotypes and prejudices through dialogue. The Human Library gives you the opportunity to “check out” a real person instead of a book.

Van Buskirk is an established author penning titles such as Gay by the Bay: A History of Queer Culture in the San Francisco Bay Area and Celluloid San Francisco: The Film Lover’s Guide to Bay Area Movie Locations (with co-author Will Shank). His essays and articles have been featured in various books, newspapers, magazines, radio broadcasts and websites. Purchase food from the Bacon Bacon and Crepe food trucks; bring cash.

Download the 2016 LGBTQ Heritage Month brochure and check the online calendar for event details. Foothill hosts numerous heritage month celebrations throughout the year. 

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7060
Contact us at: OrtizErin@foothill.edu
Additional Information: www.foothill.edu/news/heritage/lgbtq2016.pdf


June 08, 2016   11 a.m. to noon
Clothesline T-Shirt Project
Part of LGBTQ Heritage Month

Campus Center Dining Room (Room 2201)
Admission is free

Read messages that fellow students and members of Foothill’s Gay Straight Alliance have painted on T-shirts to call attention to issues that face the LGBTQ community.

Download the 2016 LGBTQ Heritage Month brochure and check the online calendar for event details. Foothill hosts numerous heritage month celebrations throughout the year. 

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7060
Contact us at: OrtizErin@foothill.edu
Additional Information: www.foothill.edu/news/heritage/lgbtq2016.pdf


June 08, 2016   noon to 3 p.m.
"Major!" Film
Part of LGBTQ Heritage Month

Appreciation Hall (Room 1501)
Admission is free

The star of the film Major!, Miss Major is a black transgender woman, activist and elder. A former sex worker and community leader, she survived being incarcerated and participated in the Stonewall Riots. Learn how this legend and has helped countless transgender women of color over the last 40 years.

Download the 2016 LGBTQ Heritage Month brochure and check the online calendar for event details. Foothill hosts numerous heritage month celebrations throughout the year. 

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7060
Contact us at: OrtizErin@foothill.edu
Additional Information: www.foothill.edu/news/heritage/lgbtq2016.pdf


June 09, 2016   noon to 1:20 p.m.
Andrew Lam Guest Lecture
Part of LGBTQ Heritage Month

Room 6306
Admission is free

Andrew Lam will read from his newest collection of short stories, which feature a full range of LGBTQ characters and situations. A Vietnamese American author, NPR commentator and PBS documentarian, Lam’s previous collection of short stories, Birds of Paradise Lost, won a nationally prestigious PEN/Faulkner Award in 2014, and will be the featured selection for San Francisco’s One City/One Book festival this year. The collection includes a wide range of LBGTQ characters as viewed from a Vietnamese American perspective. Lam is a proud gay member of the LGBTQ community.

Download the 2016 LGBTQ Heritage Month brochure and check the online calendar for event details. Foothill hosts numerous heritage month celebrations throughout the year. 

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7060
Contact us at: OrtizErin@foothill.edu
Additional Information: www.foothill.edu/news/heritage/lgbtq2016.pdf

Holiday
May 30, 2016  
Memorial Day Observance; campus closed
Weekend classes do not meet May 28-29

Many campus services are available online at www.foothill.edu and MyPortal.fhda.edu.
During any holiday or recess, you can complete a variety of student transactions by logging into your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.

In observance of Memorial Day, the campus is closed Monday, May 30. Weekend classes do not meet May 28-29.

Online Services Available During Holidays & Closures—Many admissions and records services, including registering and paying for classes, ordering transcripts, purchasing textbooks and more are available online during holiday observances, academic recess and campus closures via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.

Got Questions? Ask Foothill!—Never wait in line or on hold! Instead, use the intuitive AskFoothill online information service to find updated, accurate answers to hundreds of your questions about Foothill College on a variety of topics, including admissions, registration, fees, hours of operation and more.

Reporting an Emergency—FHDA District Police are on duty during holiday observances, academic recess and campus closures. To report an emergency, call 911. To report non-emergencies, call (650) 949-7313.

We Want You Back; Celebrate Safely—Don't drink and drive, don't ride with anyone who has consumed alcohol or drugs, and always use a safety seat belt.

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7777
Additional Information: https://foothill.intelliresponse.com/students/


July 04, 2016  
Independence Day Observance; campus closed
Classes do not meet July 2–4

Many campus services are available online at foothill.edu and MyPortal.fhda.edu.
During any holiday or recess, you can complete a variety of student transactions by logging into your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.

In observance of the Independence Day holiday, the campus is closed July 4. Also, weekend classes do not meet July 2–3.

Online Services Available During Holidays & Closures—Many admissions and records services, including registering and paying for classes, ordering transcripts, purchasing textbooks and more are available online during holiday observances, academic recess and campus closures via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.

Got Questions? Ask Foothill!—Never wait in line or on hold! Instead, use the intuitive AskFoothill online information service to find updated, accurate answers to hundreds of your questions about Foothill College on a variety of topics, including admissions, registration, fees, hours of operation and more.

Reporting an Emergency—FHDA District Police are on duty during holiday observances, academic recess and campus closures. To report an emergency, call 911. To report non-emergencies, call (650) 949-7313.

We Want You Back; Celebrate Safely—As you celebrate, Foothill College encourages you to celebrate safely. Don't drink and drive; don't ride with anyone who has consumed alcohol or drugs; and always use a safety seat belt.

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7777
Additional Information: https://myportal.fhda.edu/cp/home/displaylogin

Information
July 15, 2016 - August 26, 2016  
Campus Closed Fridays, July 15-Aug. 26

Many campus services are available online at www.foothill.edu and MyPortal.fhda.edu.
During any holiday or recess, you can complete a variety of student transactions by logging into your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.

To maximize human, financial and physical resources, Foothill College observes modified hours of operation throughout the summer. Most campus services are closed Fridays, July 15 through Aug. 26. To avoid disappointment before traveling to the campus, verify hours of operation.

Online Services Available During Holidays & Closures—Many admissions and records services, including registering and paying for classes, ordering transcripts, purchasing textbooks and more are available online during holiday observances, academic recess and campus closures via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.

Got Questions? Ask Foothill!—Never wait in line or on hold. Instead, use the intuitive AskFoothill online information service to find updated, accurate answers to hundreds of your questions about Foothill College on a variety of topics, including admissions, registration, fees, hours of operation and more.

Reporting an Emergency—FHDA District Police are on duty during holiday observances, academic recess and campus closures. To report an emergency, call 911. To report non-emergencies, call (650) 949-7313.

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7777
Additional Information: https://foothill.intelliresponse.com/students/


July 22, 2016 - August 26, 2016  
Campus Closed Fridays, July 15-Aug. 26

Many campus services are available online at www.foothill.edu and MyPortal.fhda.edu.
During any holiday or recess, you can complete a variety of student transactions by logging into your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.

To maximize human, financial and physical resources, Foothill College observes modified hours of operation throughout the summer. Most campus services are closed Fridays, July 15 through Aug. 26. To avoid disappointment before traveling to the campus, verify hours of operation.

Online Services Available During Holidays & Closures—Many admissions and records services, including registering and paying for classes, ordering transcripts, purchasing textbooks and more are available online during holiday observances, academic recess and campus closures via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.

Got Questions? Ask Foothill!—Never wait in line or on hold. Instead, use the intuitive AskFoothill online information service to find updated, accurate answers to hundreds of your questions about Foothill College on a variety of topics, including admissions, registration, fees, hours of operation and more.

Reporting an Emergency—FHDA District Police are on duty during holiday observances, academic recess and campus closures. To report an emergency, call 911. To report non-emergencies, call (650) 949-7313.

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7777
Additional Information: https://foothill.intelliresponse.com/students/


July 29, 2016 - August 26, 2016  
Campus Closed Fridays, July 15-Aug. 26

Many campus services are available online at www.foothill.edu and MyPortal.fhda.edu.
During any holiday or recess, you can complete a variety of student transactions by logging into your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.

To maximize human, financial and physical resources, Foothill College observes modified hours of operation throughout the summer. Most campus services are closed Fridays, July 15 through Aug. 26. To avoid disappointment before traveling to the campus, verify hours of operation.

Online Services Available During Holidays & Closures—Many admissions and records services, including registering and paying for classes, ordering transcripts, purchasing textbooks and more are available online during holiday observances, academic recess and campus closures via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.

Got Questions? Ask Foothill!—Never wait in line or on hold. Instead, use the intuitive AskFoothill online information service to find updated, accurate answers to hundreds of your questions about Foothill College on a variety of topics, including admissions, registration, fees, hours of operation and more.

Reporting an Emergency—FHDA District Police are on duty during holiday observances, academic recess and campus closures. To report an emergency, call 911. To report non-emergencies, call (650) 949-7313.

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7777
Additional Information: https://foothill.intelliresponse.com/students/


August 05, 2016 - August 26, 2016  
Campus Closed Fridays, July 15-Aug. 26

Many campus services are available online at www.foothill.edu and MyPortal.fhda.edu.
During any holiday or recess, you can complete a variety of student transactions by logging into your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.

To maximize human, financial and physical resources, Foothill College observes modified hours of operation throughout the summer. Most campus services are closed Fridays, July 15 through Aug. 26. To avoid disappointment before traveling to the campus, verify hours of operation.

Online Services Available During Holidays & Closures—Many admissions and records services, including registering and paying for classes, ordering transcripts, purchasing textbooks and more are available online during holiday observances, academic recess and campus closures via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.

Got Questions? Ask Foothill!—Never wait in line or on hold. Instead, use the intuitive AskFoothill online information service to find updated, accurate answers to hundreds of your questions about Foothill College on a variety of topics, including admissions, registration, fees, hours of operation and more.

Reporting an Emergency—FHDA District Police are on duty during holiday observances, academic recess and campus closures. To report an emergency, call 911. To report non-emergencies, call (650) 949-7313.

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7777
Additional Information: https://foothill.intelliresponse.com/students/


August 12, 2016 - August 26, 2016  
Campus Closed Fridays, July 15-Aug. 26

Many campus services are available online at www.foothill.edu and MyPortal.fhda.edu.
During any holiday or recess, you can complete a variety of student transactions by logging into your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.

To maximize human, financial and physical resources, Foothill College observes modified hours of operation throughout the summer. Most campus services are closed Fridays, July 15 through Aug. 26. To avoid disappointment before traveling to the campus, verify hours of operation.

Online Services Available During Holidays & Closures—Many admissions and records services, including registering and paying for classes, ordering transcripts, purchasing textbooks and more are available online during holiday observances, academic recess and campus closures via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.

Got Questions? Ask Foothill!—Never wait in line or on hold. Instead, use the intuitive AskFoothill online information service to find updated, accurate answers to hundreds of your questions about Foothill College on a variety of topics, including admissions, registration, fees, hours of operation and more.

Reporting an Emergency—FHDA District Police are on duty during holiday observances, academic recess and campus closures. To report an emergency, call 911. To report non-emergencies, call (650) 949-7313.

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7777
Additional Information: https://foothill.intelliresponse.com/students/


August 19, 2016 - August 26, 2016  
Campus Closed Fridays, July 15-Aug. 26

Many campus services are available online at www.foothill.edu and MyPortal.fhda.edu.
During any holiday or recess, you can complete a variety of student transactions by logging into your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.

To maximize human, financial and physical resources, Foothill College observes modified hours of operation throughout the summer. Most campus services are closed Fridays, July 15 through Aug. 26. To avoid disappointment before traveling to the campus, verify hours of operation.

Online Services Available During Holidays & Closures—Many admissions and records services, including registering and paying for classes, ordering transcripts, purchasing textbooks and more are available online during holiday observances, academic recess and campus closures via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.

Got Questions? Ask Foothill!—Never wait in line or on hold. Instead, use the intuitive AskFoothill online information service to find updated, accurate answers to hundreds of your questions about Foothill College on a variety of topics, including admissions, registration, fees, hours of operation and more.

Reporting an Emergency—FHDA District Police are on duty during holiday observances, academic recess and campus closures. To report an emergency, call 911. To report non-emergencies, call (650) 949-7313.

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Phone us at: (650) 949-7777
Additional Information: https://foothill.intelliresponse.com/students/


August 26, 2016  
Campus Closed Fridays, July 15-Aug. 26

Many campus services are available online at www.foothill.edu and MyPortal.fhda.edu.
During any holiday or recess, you can complete a variety of student transactions by logging into your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.

To maximize human, financial and physical resources, Foothill College observes modified hours of operation throughout the summer. Most campus services are closed Fridays, July 15 through Aug. 26. To avoid disappointment before traveling to the campus, verify hours of operation.

Online Services Available During Holidays & Closures—Many admissions and records services, including registering and paying for classes, ordering transcripts, purchasing textbooks and more are available online during holiday observances, academic recess and campus closures via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.

Got Questions? Ask Foothill!—Never wait in line or on hold. Instead, use the intuitive AskFoothill online information service to find updated, accurate answers to hundreds of your questions about Foothill College on a variety of topics, including admissions, registration, fees, hours of operation and more.

Reporting an Emergency—FHDA District Police are on duty during holiday observances, academic recess and campus closures. To report an emergency, call 911. To report non-emergencies, call (650) 949-7313.

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7777
Additional Information: https://foothill.intelliresponse.com/students/

Meeting
June 01, 2016   10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
UC Berkeley Admissions Representative
Meet the rep and get answers to your questions

Transfer Center (Room 8329)
Advance sign-up not required.

Meet on campus with a visiting admissions representative from UC Berkeley. Come prepared with thoughtful questions. Reps will share information about academic majors, admissions requirements, deadlines, tuition, financial aid, scholarships and grants, campus life, employment, housing and more. Download and read the Questions to Ask a College Representative pdf. This will help you develop a list of meaningful questions to get the answers you'll need to make your transfer decisions. Advance sign-up not required.

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7235
Contact us at: oehkaren@foothill.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/transfer/workshops.php


June 02, 2016   10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
UC Davis Admissions Representative
Meet the rep and get answers to your questions

Transfer Center (Room 8329)
Advance sign-up is required

Meet on campus with a visiting admissions representative from UC Davis. Come prepared with thoughtful questions. Reps will share information about academic majors, admissions requirements, deadlines, tuition, financial aid, scholarships and grants, campus life, employment, housing and more. Download and read the Questions to Ask a College Representative pdf. This will help you develop a list of meaningful questions to get the answers you'll need to make your transfer decisions. 

Advance sign-up is required; follow this link to schedule an appointment.

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650)949-7235
Contact us at: oehkaren@foothill.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/transfer/workshops.php


June 08, 2016   10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
CSU East Bay Admissions Representative
Meet the rep and get answers to your questions

Transfer Center (Room 8329)
Advance sign-up not required.

Meet on campus with a visiting admissions representative from CSU East Bay. Come prepared with thoughtful questions. Reps will share information about academic majors, admissions requirements, deadlines, tuition, financial aid, scholarships and grants, campus life, employment, housing and more. Download and read the Questions to Ask a College Representative pdf. This will help you develop a list of meaningful questions to get the answers you'll need to make your transfer decisions. Advance sign-up not required.

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7235
Contact us at: oehkaren@foothill.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/transfer/workshops.php


June 15, 2016   10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
UC Davis Admissions Representative
Meet the rep and get answers to your questions

Transfer Center (Room 8329)
Advance sign-up is required

Meet on campus with a visiting admissions representative from UC Davis. Come prepared with thoughtful questions. Reps will share information about academic majors, admissions requirements, deadlines, tuition, financial aid, scholarships and grants, campus life, employment, housing and more. Download and read the Questions to Ask a College Representative pdf. This will help you develop a list of meaningful questions to get the answers you'll need to make your transfer decisions. 

Advance sign-up is required; follow this link to schedule an appointment.

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7235
Contact us at: oehkaren@foothill.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/transfer/workshops.php


June 23, 2016   10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
CSU East Bay Admissions Representative
Meet the rep and get answers to your questions

Transfer Center (Room 8329)
Advance sign-up not required.

Meet on campus with a visiting admissions representative from CSU East Bay. Come prepared with thoughtful questions. Reps will share information about academic majors, admissions requirements, deadlines, tuition, financial aid, scholarships and grants, campus life, employment, housing and more. Download and read the Questions to Ask a College Representative pdf. This will help you develop a list of meaningful questions to get the answers you'll need to make your transfer decisions. Advance sign-up not required.

 
Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650)949-7235
Contact us at: oehkaren@foothill.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/transfer/workshops.php

 
Performance Arts
June 04, 2016   7 p.m.
"Blessings" Dance Concert
Foothill Dance Program Celebrates 30th Anniversary

Smithwick Theatre (Room 1001)
Purchase required parking permit from dispensers in any student lot. Dispensers accept debit/credit cards and cash.

The Foothill Repertory Dance Company presents Blessings, its annual showcase of student choreography and dance, June 3–4 at 7 p.m. in the Smithwick Theater at the campus in Los Altos Hills. The performance marks the 30th anniversary of Foothill’s popular dance program under the leadership of Dance Instructor Bubba Gong, M.A. An opening act of experimental student works begins at 7 p.m. with the main curtain at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 in advance; $25 at the door.
 To purchase advance tickets, call (650) 949-7354. The box office opens at 6 p.m. on performance dates.

In addition to world dance forms and specialty acts, the family friendly two-hour concert will feature classic Broadway choreography from ChicagoA Chorus LineFlower Drum SongThe Wiz and Grease. Gong will also debut Silky Thoughts, a Fosse-inspired work that celebrates his 30-year teaching milestone. Students will present fresh, original works that include salsa, contemporary solos, hip-hop, ballet folklorico, traditional Hawaiian, classical Indian and more.

“As an instructor, it’s critical for me to help my students imbue their work with proper technique, as well as with passion and compassion. Foothill dancers leave egos and attitudes at the door, which enables everyone to practice and perform with a spirit of generosity and grace,” Gong says. “At Foothill, we dance in a playground of creative fun and freedom. I’m proud that our dancers continually challenge themselves creatively and physically. They truly have no fear when it comes to creativity.”

Blessings highlights include a contemporary ballet tribute to the creative genius of Prince featuring favorites Baby, I’m a StarThe Question of U and Beautiful Ones. In addition to performing tap to Singin’ in the Rain, Gong and company will premiere Rainbow Bridge, a ballet inspired by those who have loved and lost, as well as Chinoise Suite to the music of Puccini.

“Throughout my dance education career, I’ve observed how dance transcends the human spirit and brings us together,” Gong says. “Dance is universal. It speaks to and feeds our souls. As I reflect on my 30 years at Foothill, a place I call home, I’m grateful to do work that is truly a blessing.”

Over the past three decades, Gong has also observed dance and dancers evolve. The new generation of dancers must be a triple threat; they must excel as dancers, singers and actors. “At Foothill, we’re proud to be on the forefront of new and emerging dance techniques, including hip-hop and contemporary forms, which have exploded in popularity,” he says.

Competition in the professional dance industry has also increased, as have exciting performing opportunities for dancers with the right combination of training and talent. Gong points to popular shows like So You Think You Can Dance, America’s Best Dance CrewsAmerican Idol and others that encourage dancers to be versatile, dream big, and train with power and passion. To meet dancers’ evolving needs, Foothill offers a variety of dance courses each 12-week quarter. Each emphasizes a specific dance technique, including ballet, modern, jazz, world, contemporary and hip-hop. Additional dance courses give students the unique opportunity to develop original choreography and produce small- and large-scale performances.

A graduate of Stanford University and Walt Disney discovery, Gong was the first full-time dance instructor hired by Foothill in 1989. He brings a variety of dance instruction and professional acumen to Foothill’s dynamic dance program. Under his guidance, the program has become renown for its wide range of techniques from Broadway to ballet and hip-hop to contemporary dance. “My Disney roots always inform my teaching and philosophy: Dare to dream, believe in yourself, reach for the stars, and together we can soar,” he says.

Honored by Bay Area Theatre Critics’ Circle for his choreography of Foothill Music Theatre’s West Side Story, Gong has won Drama-Logue and Dean Goodman awards, and was selected choreographer for the opening of the 2015 San Francisco Chinese New Year Parade and 2012 Emmy Awards. He remains a steadfast advocate of the arts and dance, and frequently serves on adjudicating panels for Silicon Valley Arts, Peninsula Community Foundation, and Association of Asian Pacific American Artists Board of Directors.

“As I celebrate 30 years of Foothill dance, I’m reminded of the thousands of students who have allowed me to be part of their creative lives,” he says. “They remain part of our rich dance legacy of diversity and inclusion—the celebration of all types of bodies, shapes, sizes and technique levels. I continue to be inspired by my students and am honored and humbled to do work that is a celebration of creativity, movement and love.”

Blessings features Angela Herrera and Anna Sullivan of Campbell; Rachel Bell of Cupertino; Rahseem Ferguson of East Palo Alto; Insa Luegger of Los Altos Hills; Melissa Chan Sellers and Diana Gong Chan of Los Gatos; Xueming Liu, Vivian Steph Devicente, Nano Ohshima, Lisa Romanovich, Lei “Stony” Tan, Anastassiya Bronnikova, Cheuk-Kwan Kuang, Summy Lama and Yuanyuan Peng of Mountain View; Chio Saetern of Newark; Ysabel Sanchez, Tami Burton, Magen Gong-Jensen, Lauren Garcia and Gretchen Orca of Palo Alto; Victoria Tinoco, Lizeth Cuevas, Arnulfo Prado and Erika Mueller of Redwood City; Terin Kandarian, Bubba Gong, CoCo Giselle and John Celona of San Carlos; Reggie Reynolds, Peite Lim, Natalie Lazzeroni, Kento Vo and Coral Best of San Jose; Tisha Crittenden, Mamiko “Mami” Shibayama, Gyabi Tompkins, Enrique Flores and Gabriella Franco of San Mateo; Lucas Randall, Jenn Randall and Jaymi McGinn of Santa Clara; Sharleen Young of Saratoga; Shelby Mancini, Jayvin Rey Lee, Caroline Jansson and Chris Guevara of Sunnyvale; Makayla Morrow of Tracy; and Jienna “Ducky” Lapuz of Colorado Springs.

Resident choreographers for the 2016 season include Tami Burton, Erika Mueller, Nano Ohshima, Gyabi Tompkins, Kento Vo, Jayvin Lee and Enrique Flores. The show’s technical production crew includes John Celona, technical director; Tami Burton and Sharleen Chu Young, assistant directors; Angela Herrera, choreography captain; Lucas Randall, men’s captain; Jennifer Randall, tour captain; Erika Mueller, polish captain; Christina Moore, theatre manager; Andrea Schwartz, lighting designer; Christopher Graham, sound engineer; and Katherine Andrews, costume designer.

Parking Lots 1, 5 and 8 provide the best access to the theatre. Purchase parking permit for $3 from dispensers in any student lot. Dispensers accept credit/debit cards and cash. 

Phone us at: (650) 949-7354
Contact us at: gongiiibubba@foothill.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/dance/shows.php

Registration
May 04, 2016 - June 05, 2016  
Summer Sessions Registration Opens
Register Early for Best Course Selection

MyPortal.fhda.edu
Fees are due at the time you register.

Begin a specialized career certificate or associate degree, or upgrade your current job skills by enrolling in summer courses at Foothill College. Two summer sessions are presented this year, including:

  • Early Summer Session: June 6–July 17
  • Summer Session: June 27–August 6

You can also complete the general education course requirements needed to transfer to a four-year university at Foothill. Most Foothill courses are transferable to California State University and University of California campuses, as well as private colleges and universities.

There is no fee to apply. Foothill’s Early Summer Session runs June 6–July 17 and regular Summer Session runs June 27–August 8, unless otherwise noted in the searchable class schedule at foothill.edu/schedule/schedule.php.

California residents pay just $31 per unit plus basic fees for Foothill classes. A full range of student support services is available, including financial aid, academic counseling, tutoring and more. Students can register for classes, review the class schedule, pay enrollment fees, purchase parking permits and buy textbooks online at foothill.edu. For more information and registration instructions, access foothill.edu/admissions.php  or call (650) 949-7325.

State Laws Change Priority Registration—State laws now define enrollment priorities at all California community colleges, and may affect when a student may register for classes. Effective Fall 2014, new, fully matriculated students who have completed college orientation and assessment, and have filed an official education plan, as well as continuing students in good academic standing who have not exceeded 100 units (not including basic English, math or English as a second language) now receive registration priority over students who do not meet these criteria. The student is fully matriculated when he/she completes the required orientation and assessment, and writes an education plan with a counselor.

This new state mandate, called the Student Success & Support Program (3SP), which is part of the Student Success Act of 2012, ensures that classes are available for students who are pursuing job training, completing an associate degree and/or preparing for university transfer, and rewards students who make progress toward their educational goals. The new laws and 3SP are the legislative cornerstone of a California Community Colleges reform initiative to improve educational outcomes for students and better prepare the workforce needed for California’s economy. The legislation, SB 1456, ushers in some of the most significant improvements to the state's community college system in more than a decade. Learn more about changes to priority registration at foothill.edu/reg/priority.php.

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Phone us at: (650) 949-7325
Contact us at: webregfh@fhda.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/reg/summer16.php


June 06, 2016 - June 10, 2016  
Late Registration through June 10
Late registration accepted with instructor add code.

complete registration and pay fees via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account
You are responsible for initiating the official drop process. Failure to officially drop classes will result in assessed enrollment fees for which you are financial responsible as well as failing grades on your college transcript.

How to Add a Class After the Quarter Has Started —You can add courses* online during the first week of Early Summer Session only.  Review the instructions for adding/dropping a class during late registration. Be aware that while you may use an add code through June 10, it is your responsibility to use it immediately and attend every class meeting. The student who does not attend the first week of a class will be dropped. If you encounter problems or have questions, access www.foothill.edu/reg/onlinereg.php, e-mail Webregfh@fhda.edu or call (650) 949-7325.

*Not all courses are eligible for late registration. Verify course late registration eligibility with the instructor.

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Phone us at: (650) 949-7325
Contact us at: webregfh@fhda.edu
Additional Information: https://myportal.fhda.edu/cp/home/displaylogin


June 06, 2016 - July 17, 2016  
Early Summer Session Begins
Classes run June 6–July 17 unless otherwise noted

Register for courses and pay fees by accessing your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.
Fees are due at the time you register.

Early Summer Session 2016 classes begin the week of June 6 and continue through July 17 unless otherwise noted in the class schedule that is posted online. Review registration instructions, as well as important dates and deadlines. Fees are due at the time you register.

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Phone us at: (650) 949-7325
Contact us at: webregfh@fhda.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/reg/summer16.php


June 27, 2016 - July 01, 2016  
Late Registration through July 1
Late registration accepted with instructor add code.

complete registration and pay fees via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account
You are responsible for initiating the official drop process. Failure to officially drop classes will result in assessed enrollment fees for which you are financial responsible as well as failing grades on your college transcript.

How to Add a Class After the Quarter Has Started —You can add courses* online during the first week of Summer Session only.  Review the instructions for adding/dropping a class during late registration. Be aware that while you may use an add code through July 1, it is your responsibility to use it immediately and attend every class meeting. The student who does not attend the first week of a class will be dropped. If you encounter problems or have questions, access www.foothill.edu/reg/onlinereg.php, e-mail Webregfh@fhda.edu or call (650) 949-7325.

*Not all courses are eligible for late registration. Verify course late registration eligibility with the instructor.

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7325
Contact us at: webregfh@fhda.edu
Additional Information: https://myportal.fhda.edu/cp/home/displaylogin


June 27, 2016 - August 06, 2016  
Summer Session Starts June 27
Classes run June 27–Aug. 6 unless otherwise noted

Register for courses and pay fees by accessing your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.
Register early for best course selection; your fees are due at the time you register.

Summer Session 2016 classes begin the week of June 27 and continue through Aug. 6 unless otherwise noted in the class schedule that is posted online. Review registration instructions, as well as important dates and deadlines. Fees are due at the time you register.

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Phone us at: (650) 949-7325
Contact us at: webregfh@fhda.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/reg/summer16.php


July 11, 2016   3 to 7 p.m.
SOAR Enrollment Workshop
Attend free workshop to get priority registration

to be announced
Sign up in advance for your SOAR workshop.

The Foothill College SOAR Program awards early registration to incoming freshman students who complete an orientation, as well as math and English assessment tests. Complete the following steps prior to Fall 2016.

  1. Apply for Admission;

  2. Complete an orientation. You'll learn about educational plans, financial aid, and more;

  3. Take an assessment test (in both math and English); and

  4. Schedule an appointment with a counselor to create your educational plan.

By attending a free SOAR workshop, you'll have the opportunity to complete these requirements all in one day. During your SOAR workshop, you'll also have the opportunity to speak with a counselor, staff, financial aid reps, and take a campus tour. Sign up to attend a free SOAR workshop:

Note: Be sure to have your collegewide ID (CWID) prior to registration. To create your CWID and apply for admission, visit foothill.edu/apply/.

Purchase a required parking permit for $3 at dispensers in any student lot. Dispensers accept credit/debit cards and cash.                                

Plan Now, Get Priority Later—State laws now give priority registration to students who complete an orientation and assessment, work with a counselor to develop an education plan, succeed in their classes and make progress toward completing their academic goals.

“To help new students receive priority registration, Foothill College is presenting one-stop SOAR enrollment workshops so that you can complete required assessment, orientation and education plan development well before Fall Quarter 2015 gets under way,” says Foothill College Vice President of Student Services Denise Swett, Ed.D. “The thoughtful planning you do now will ensure that your Foothill experience is streamlined and successful.”

To register for subsequent quarters, state laws require all California community college students to file an individual education plan, maintain academic good standing and demonstrate progress toward completion of their academic goals. For more priority registration information, visit foothill.edu/admissions.php.

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7537
Contact us at: OutreachProgram@foothill.edu
Additional Information: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/foothill-college-soar-workshop-for-fall-2016-priority-registration-tickets-18357592052


August 30, 2016   3 to 7 p.m.
SOAR Enrollment Workshop
Attend free workshop to get priority registration

to be announced
Sign up in advance for your SOAR workshop.

The Foothill College SOAR Program awards early registration to incoming freshman students who complete an orientation, as well as math and English assessment tests. Complete the following steps prior to Fall 2016.

  1. Apply for Admission;

  2. Complete an orientation. You'll learn about educational plans, financial aid, and more;

  3. Take an assessment test (in both math and English); and

  4. Schedule an appointment with a counselor to create your educational plan.

By attending a free SOAR workshop, you'll have the opportunity to complete these requirements all in one day. During your SOAR workshop, you'll also have the opportunity to speak with a counselor, staff, financial aid reps, and take a campus tour. Sign up to attend a free SOAR workshop:

Note: Be sure to have your collegewide ID (CWID) prior to registration. To create your CWID and apply for admission, visit foothill.edu/apply/.

Purchase a required parking permit for $3 at dispensers in any student lot. Dispensers accept credit/debit cards and cash.                                

Plan Now, Get Priority Later—State laws now give priority registration to students who complete an orientation and assessment, work with a counselor to develop an education plan, succeed in their classes and make progress toward completing their academic goals.

“To help new students receive priority registration, Foothill College is presenting one-stop SOAR enrollment workshops so that you can complete required assessment, orientation and education plan development well before Fall Quarter 2015 gets under way,” says Foothill College Vice President of Student Services Denise Swett, Ed.D. “The thoughtful planning you do now will ensure that your Foothill experience is streamlined and successful.”

To register for subsequent quarters, state laws require all California community college students to file an individual education plan, maintain academic good standing and demonstrate progress toward completion of their academic goals. For more priority registration information, visit foothill.edu/admissions.php.

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7537
Contact us at: OutreachProgram@foothill.edu
Additional Information: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/foothill-college-soar-workshop-for-fall-2016-priority-registration-tickets-18357395464


September 26, 2016 - October 07, 2016  
Late Registration Ongoing through Oct. 7
Deadlines are enforced

complete registration and pay fees via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account
You are responsible for initiating the official drop process. Failure to officially drop classes will result in assessed enrollment fees for which you are financial responsible as well as failing grades on your college transcript.

You may add courses online during the first two weeks of the quarter only with instructor's permission and add code. When you register late, you must pay all fees at the time of registration. You will not be able to add classes after the end of the second week; plan accordingly. The deadline for late registration is Oct. 7.

After this period, you must complete the late-add process in person at the Admissions Office (Room 1801). Review the instructions for adding/dropping a class during late registration. If you encounter problems or have questions, access foothill.edu/reg/onlinereg.php, e-mail webregfh@fhda.edu or call (650) 949-7325.

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7325
Contact us at: webregfh@fhda.edu
Additional Information: https://myportal.fhda.edu/cp/home/displaylogin


September 26, 2016 - December 16, 2016  
Fall Quarter 2016 Begins
Classes run Sept. 26–Dec. 16 unless otherwise noted

Register for courses and pay fees by accessing your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.

Fall Quarter 2016 classes begin the week of Sept. 26 and continue through Dec. 16 unless otherwise noted in the class schedule that is posted online. Review registration instructions, as well as important dates and deadlines. Fees are due at the time you register.

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7325
Contact us at: webregfh@fhda.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/reg/fall16.php


January 09, 2017 - March 31, 2017  
Winter Quarter 2017 Begins
Classes meet Jan. 9–March 31

Register for courses and pay fees by accessing your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.

Winter Quarter 2017 classes begin the week of Jan. 9 and continue through March 31 unless otherwise noted in the class schedule that will be posted online. Fees are due at the time you register.

Phone us at: (650) 949-7325
Contact us at: webregfh@fhda.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/admissions.php


April 10, 2017 - June 30, 2017  
Spring Quarter 2017 Begins
Classes meet April 10–June 30

Register for courses and pay fees by accessing your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.
Register early for best course selection. Fees are due when you register.

Spring Quarter 2017 classes begin the week of April 10 and continue through June 30 unless otherwise noted in the class schedule that will be posted online. Fees are due at the time you register.

Phone us at: (650) 949-7325
Contact us at: webregfh@fhda.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/admissions.php

Special Event
June 09, 2016   2 to 4 p.m.
Faculty & Staff Year-End Celebration
Honoring Tenurees, Retirees & Award Recipients

Campus Center Dining Room (Room 2201)
RSVP to President's Office.

Foothill faculty and staff are invited to celebrate colleagues' achievements at the Year-End Celebration June 9 from 2 to 4 p.m.  in the Campus Center Dining Room. Light refreshments will be served. Tenurees and retirees will be honored as will the recipients of the Classified Senate Employee of the Year and Administrator of the Year awards. Admission is free. An RSVP to the President's Office is requested.

 

Phone us at: (650) 949-7200
Contact us at: WheatCasie@foothill.edu


June 15, 2016   6:30 to 8 p.m.
Transfer Achievement Celebration Dinner
RSVP required by June 6; seating is limited

Campus Center Dining Room (Room 2201)
You must sign up by June 6

Foothill students who are transferring to a college or university this fall are invited to the annual Transfer Achievement Celebration Dinner June 15 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Campus Center Dining Room. Guest check-in runs from 6 to 6:30 p.m.; dinner and program begin at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free for you and up to two guests, and you must sign up in advance to attend. Seating is limited; sign up at foothill.edu/transfer/celeb-register.php  by June 6.

Presented by the Foothill College Transfer Center, the celebration features a buffet meal (vegetarian/vegan options provided), inspirational remarks from Foothill students and faculty, and prize raffles. Transferring students who attend the event will also receive a certificate of transfer achievement.

When you sign up to attend this celebration event, your name will be automatically entered for a cash prize drawing of $250. To receive the drawing prize, you must provide the Transfer Center with proof of your college/university acceptance by June 24.

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7832
Contact us at: oehkaren@foothill.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/transfer/celeb-register.php


June 23, 2016   5:30 p.m.; honorees should arrive at 5 p.m.
Reconocimiento Celebration
Hosted by Foothill Organización Latino Americana

Campus Center Dining Room
You must RSVP by June 13.

Foothill's Organización Latino Americana (OLA) presents its 17th annual Reconocimiento Celebration for graduating and transferring Latino students Thursday, June 23, at 5:30 p.m. in the Campus Center Dining Room. Students and their families are welcome to attend. Free parking is available in Lot 1.

An RSVP is required by June 13; be certain to include your name, number of your guests attending, your academic major, and the school to which you are transferring, To RSVP, call or e-mail Antoinette Chavez at (650) 949-7813 or ChavezAntoinette@fhda.edu. 

Honorees should arrive by 5 p.m. Graduates, please wear your academic regalia; transferring students, please dress in business casual attire. 

Join Organización Latino Americana!
Comprised of Foothill students, faculty and staff, OLA fosters the academic success of Foothill College students of Latino descent through community building, advocacy, and the facilitation of support services. In addition, OLA promotes the awareness of diverse Latino culture and heritage. To learn more about OLA membership, e-mail Foothill Counselor Fátima Jinnah at JinnahFatima@foothill.edu.

Phone us at: (650) 949-7813
Contact us at: ChavezAntoinette@fhda.edu


June 24, 2016   2–4 p.m.
CelebrAsian Rites of Passage

to be announced

The Foothill College Asian/Pacific American Network proudly hosts its 16th Annual CelebrAsian Rites of Passage Friday, June 24, 2–4 p.m. on campus. Admission is free when you RSVP for yourself and your guests.

The event honors all Foothill students of Asian and Pacific Islander ancestry who are graduating with associate degrees, receiving transcriptable certificates and/or transferring to a university in 2016–2017. In addition to inspirational remarks from college leaders, CelebrAsian will feature a complimentary buffet reception, APAN scholarship awards presentation and Taiko drum performance by Foothill faculty and staff.

Graduates, please wear your cap and gown. Students, faculty, staff and guests are invited to wear Asian/Pacific Islander apparel or business attire. Parking on this day only is free.

Phone us at: (650) 949-7050
Contact us at: luulily@fhda.edu
Additional Information: http://foothill.edu/apan/


June 24, 2016   6:30 p.m.
56th Annual Commencement Ceremony
Admission and parking are free; tickets are not required

Library Quad
Free admission and parking; arrive early to locate parking and seating

Foothill College presents its 56th Annual Commencement Ceremony Friday, June 24, at 6:30 p.m. in the Library Quad. The evening will feature inspirational messages from Foothill College students, faculty and staff. Tickets are not required and event parking in student lots is free this evening only. Encourage your guests to arrive early to locate parking and seating.

You must purchase academic regalia—gown, cap, tassel, hood and Honors gold cord (if eligible)—to participate in the ceremony. Purchase and pick up your regalia at the Foothill Bookstore. The cost of gown, cap and tassel is $39.95 plus tax. The hood rental is $10 plus tax and a $20 refundable deposit.

To receive your deposit and your diploma, you must return the hood to the Foothill Bookstore. Extra tassels are available for purchase. You may also purchase announcements to send to your guests at the Foothill Bookstore. Blank formal announcements are $19.95 per pack of 25. Personalized announcements are available for online purchase at books.foothill.edu.

For more bookstore information, call (650) 949-7305 or access books.foothill.edu. For ceremony time, location, parking rules, disability accommodation request deadline, cap and gown details, and guest instructions, review the Commencement Ceremony FAQ.

All prices listed are subject to change.

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Phone us at: (650) 949-7282
Contact us at: DavorenTricia@foothill.edu
Additional Information: http://books.foothill.edu/home.aspx


June 30, 2017   6:30 p.m.
57th Annual Commencement Ceremony
Admission and parking are free; tickets are not required

Library Quad
Free admission and parking; arrive early to locate parking and seating

Foothill College presents its 57th Annual Commencement Ceremony Friday, June 30, at 6:30 p.m. in the Library Quad. The evening will feature inspirational messages from Foothill College students, faculty and staff. Tickets are not required and event parking in student lots is free this evening only. Encourage your guests to arrive early to locate parking and seating.

You must purchase academic regalia—gown, cap, tassel, hood and honors gold cord (if eligible)—to participate in the ceremony. Purchase and pick up your regalia at the Foothill Bookstore. The cost of gown, cap and tassel is $39.95 plus tax. The hood rental is $10 plus tax and a $20 refundable deposit.

To receive your deposit and your diploma, you must return the hood to the Foothill Bookstore. Extra tassels are available for purchase. You may also purchase announcements to send to your guests at the Foothill Bookstore. Blank formal announcements are $19.95 per pack of 25. Personalized announcements are available for online purchase at books.foothill.edu.

For more bookstore information, call (650) 949-7305 or access books.foothill.edu. For ceremony time, location, parking rules, disability accommodation request deadline, cap and gown details, and guest instructions, review the Commencement Ceremony FAQ.

All prices listed are subject to change.

Phone us at: (650) 949-7282
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/programs/graduation.php


October 02, 2019 - October 03, 2019   Friday & Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Fall Plant Sale
Proceeds Benefit Environmental Horticulture & Design Program

Environmental Horticulture Facility; adjacent to Lot 8
Admission is free; parking is $3. Purchase required parking permit from dispensers in any student lot. Dispensers accept debit/credit cards and cash.

The Foothill College Environmental Horticulture & Design Department presents its popular two-day fall plant sale Friday and Saturday, Oct. 2–3, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the on-campus nursery and greenhouse facilities adjacent to parking lots 7 and 8. Proceeds benefit the Environmental Horticulture & Design Program. Admission is free; parking is $3. 

The sale will feature many varieties of perennials, California native plants and trees, winter veggies, shrubs and trees for fall color, fruit trees and a variety of drought-tolerant plants and succulents. Some trees and shrubs in larger containers are available. Most plants are in four-inch pots and one-gallon containers. 

Cash and checks are accepted; no sales by credit/debit card. Bring bags, boxes and plastic liner to transport purchases. Sale items are first come, first served.

Parking Lots 7 and 8 provide the best access to the horticulture facilities. Patrons must purchase the required campus parking permit for $3. Purchase permit at dispensers in any student lot. Dispensers accept debit/credit cards and cash. Foothill College is located off I-280 on El Monte Road in Los Altos Hills. For additional information, access foothill.edu.

 

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Phone us at: (650) 949-7185
Contact us at: SauterDavid@foothill.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.fhda.edu/news/maps.php

Theatre
May 27, 2016 - June 12, 2016   times vary; see listings below
On Stage: "Appointment with Death"
Tickets to all Thursday performances just $10

Lohman Theatre
Purchase parking permit for $3 from dispensers in any student lot.

In celebration of Agatha Christie’s 125th anniversary year, the Foothill College Theatre Arts Department presents the queen of crime’s Appointment with Death May 27–June 12 in the Lohman Theatre at Foothill College in Los Altos Hills. The show’s three-week run includes Thursday performances on June 2 and 9 at 7:30 p.m. Evening performances are May 27–28, June 3–4 and June 10–11 at 8 p.m. Sunday matinees are June 5 and 12 at 2 p.m.

Directed by Foothill Theatre Arts Instructor Janis Bergmann, M.A., Appointment with Death introduces audiences to a colorful assortment of tourists on vacation in the Holy Land. Suddenly, the sojourn is interrupted by a suspicious death among the travellers. The victim–a controlling and sadistic tyrant–was universally despised. Now everyone is a suspect.

Filled with mystery, budding romances, a devilish plan, lively fun, and an ending with a twist, Foothill’s production of the classic whodunit features Phil Austin, Darlene Batchelder, Kyle Dayrit, Jorge Diaz, Bill Dwan, Kelly Endersby, Katrina Guevarra, Kathryn Han, Fredric Lagerblad, Missy Lyons, Danny Martin, Megan McNulty, Sam Nachison, Sean Okuniewicz, Mark Parado, Brittany Pisoni, Peter Spoelstra and Lexi Velazquez. The production includes scenic design by Bruce McLeod, costume design by Shannon Maxham and assistant direction by Jessica Do.

A faculty member and resident costume designer at Foothill since 1982, Bergmann has won numerous Bay Area Theatre Critic's Circle and Dean Goodman Choice awards for her work. She teaches classes in acting, auditioning, theatrical makeup, directing, voice, and costume design and construction. In addition to directing and producing a variety of plays at Foothill, Bergmann manages the college’s Brown Bag performance group. She has acted, directed, designed and taught throughout the Bay Area and Los Angeles, and is also a faculty member at San Francisco’s Seydways Acting Studio. A member of the Actor's Equity Association, some of Bergmann’s local theatre credits include performances at San Jose Repertory Theatre, San Jose Stage Company, TheatreWorks, Busbarn Stage Company and Playhouse West.

Tickets to all Thursday performances are $10. Additional ticket prices are $20, general admission; $15, seniors, students and Foothill-De Anza employees with identification; and $10, Owl Card holders and Foothill staff (in-person purchase required). To purchase tickets, visit foothill.edu/theatre or call (650) 949-7360.

Parking lots 1 and 8 provide the best access to the theatre. Purchase parking permit for $3 at dispensers in any student lot. Dispensers accept credit/debit cards and cash. For more information, visit foothill.edu.

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Phone us at: (650) 949-7360
Additional Information: http://foothill.edu/theatre/current.php

Workshop
June 01, 2016   12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
Transfer 101 Workshop

Room 8330
Admission is free; advance sign-up is required.

If you're just starting to formulate your university transfer plans or have completed fewer than 45 units, attend this free workshop to learn more about the basics of preparing for university transfer, including UC/CSU eligibility, general education requirements, major preparation and relevant dates and deadlines. Advanced sign up is required.

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Phone us at: (650) 949-7235
Contact us at: oehkaren@foothill.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/transfer/workshops.php


June 02, 2016   noon to 1 p.m.
UC Personal Statement Workshop
Learn how to write an effective your college essay for admission

Room 8330
Admission is free; advance sign-up is required.

Get useful advice and tips that will help you write an effective, structured personal essay or statement. You'll learn different approaches for writing your essay, as well as techniques to highlight your strengths and address your challenges. Advance sign-up is required.

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650)949-7235
Contact us at: oehkaren@foothill.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/transfer/workshops.php


June 04, 2016   8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
SOAR Enrollment Workshop for New Students
New Students Who Complete SOAR Receive Priority Fall Registration

Student Services Building (Bldg. 8100)
Admission is free; advance sign-up is requested.

As a new Foothill College student, you’ll receive priority fall registration and the best selection of courses when you complete a free Student Orientation, Assessment & Registration (SOAR) session. Register for and attend this SOAR session if:

  • You're a high school senior who intends to attend classes at Foothill College beginning with the Fall 2016 term, or
  • You have already left high school and are ready to take classes at Foothill to complete any of the following educational goals, including university transfer, completion of a workforce certificate, completion of an associate degree or completion of basic skills coursework. 

“To help new students receive priority fall registration, Foothill College presents convenient, one-stop SOAR enrollment workshops so that you can complete required assessment, orientation and education plan development well before Fall Quarter gets under way,” says Foothill College Vice President of Student Services Denise Swett, Ed.D. “The thoughtful academic planning and preparation that you do now will ensure that your Foothill experience is streamlined and successful.”

For more priority registration information, visit foothill.edu/admissions.php. To sign up for a free SOAR session, visit foothill.edu/soar/. For more SOAR information, e-mail outreachprogram@foothill.edu.

Lots 1, 7 and 8 provide best access to SOAR activities. Purchase a required parking permit for $3 from dispensers in any student lot. Dispensers accept credit/debit cards and cash.

 
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Phone us at: (650) 949-7343
Contact us at: kolstad-stobaughamanda@foothill.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/soar/index.php#reg


June 06, 2016   noon to 1 p.m.
StudentLingo Workshop Series
Presented by Foothill’s Community Ambassador Program

CAP Lounge (Room 2149)
Admission is free.

Get the most out of your college experience by attending one or several free StudentLingo workshops presented by Foothill’s popular Community Ambassador Program (CAP). StudentLingo workshops meet Mondays from noon to 1 p.m. in Room 2149. Free munchies, too.

  • Jan. 11—What It Takes to Be a Successful College Student
  • Jan. 25—Discover Your Learning Style
  • Feb. 1—Overcoming Procrastination
  • Feb. 8—Writing Effective Resumes & Cover Letters
  • Feb. 22—How to Achieve Well-Being, Balance & Success
  • Feb. 29—Academic Integrity: What It Is & Why It Matters
  • March 7—Strategies to Reduce Test Anxiety
  • March 14—Preparing for Exams & Test-Taking Strategies
  • April 11—Success Strategies for First-Generation College Students
  • April 18—Learning Strategies
  • May 2—Time-Management Strategies
  • May 9—Staying Motivated in Your Online Classes 
  • May 16—Financial Literacy: Smart Money Skills for College & Beyond
  • May 23—Navigating the Financial Aid Process
  • June 6—Creating Your College Bucket List
  • June 13—Developing Your Own Cross-Cultural Skills

An academic organization that focuses on educational support, CAP gives students a unique, fun way to network, perform community service and connect new and visiting students with the exciting programs and services available to Foothill students. Student ambassadors develop a variety of practical skills to succeed academically, professionally and personally.

Phone us at: (650) 949-7807
Contact us at: ChavezAntoinette@fhda.edu
Additional Information: http://foothill.edu/campuslife/ambassadors.php


June 06, 2016   3 to 4 p.m.
Transfer 101 Workshop

Room 8330
Admission is free; advance sign-up is required.

If you're just starting to formulate your university transfer plans or have completed fewer than 45 units, attend this free workshop to learn more about the basics of preparing for university transfer, including UC/CSU eligibility, general education requirements, major preparation and relevant dates and deadlines. Advanced sign up is required.

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7235
Contact us at: oehkaren@foothill.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/transfer/workshops.php


June 07, 2016   1 to 4 p.m.
Canvas Certification Workshop
Admission is free for faculty who advance register

KCI, Room 4008
Admission is free for faculty who advance register.

Hands-on workshop for faculty to learn skills for using the Canvas course management system. This workshop is a face-to-face orientation to our Canvas certification training course site. Admission is free to Foothill faculty who sign up in advance.

1) During the three-hour, face-to-face session, you will

  • become familiar with the contents of the Canvas certification training course site

  • complete some of the required assignments to demonstrate your skills in a practice site

2) On your own time (1–3 hours), you will

  • take self-assessment quizzes about using Canvas

  • complete the remaining required assignments

  • submit your practice site for review

Topics include:

  • Introduction to Canvas

  • Organizing your Course

  • Communicating with Students

  • Assessing Students

  • Managing the Gradebook

To receive Canvas certification, you must complete all quizzes and complete all assignments in your practice site. These include:

 Complete all quizzes

  1. Getting Started Quiz

  2. Accessibility Quiz

  3. Laying the Foundation Quiz

  4. Tasks & Assessments Quiz

  5. Creating a Roadmap Quiz

  6. Cleanup, Review, and Publish Quiz

  7. Engaging with Students Quiz

  8. Assessing Students Quiz

 Complete all assignments

  1. Getting Started in Your Practice Site

  2. Laying the Foundation

  3. Create an Assignment Group, a Quiz, and a Discussion

  4. Create a Module

  5. Clean up site and view it as a student

  6. Add an Announcement

  7. Take your quiz and grade it

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Phone us at: (650) 949-7765
Contact us at: schalespaula@foothill.edu
Additional Information: http://foothill.edu/staff/development/


June 08, 2016   1 to 2 p.m.
UC TAP/TAG Workshop

Room 8330
Admission is free; advance sign-up is required.

Presented by the Foothill's Transfer Center counselor, this free information session is designed to help you learn about the value and benefits of transfer admission guarantees (TAGs), which may help you transfer to a UC, CSU or a private university. Learn how important it is to complete your individual transfer admission planner (TAP) account, as well as the requirements and deadlines you'll need to meet for TAG eligibility. Advanced sign up is required.

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7235
Contact us at: oehkaren@foothill.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/transfer/workshops.php


June 09, 2016   1 to 3 p.m.
Canvas Migration Workshop
Admission is free for faculty who advance register

KCI, Room 4008
Admission is free for faculty who advance register.

This hands-on workshop for faculty and staff will help you to learn how to copy content from your Etudes course site to a Canvas course site. Admission is free for faculty who advance register. You must have completed Canvas certification before attending this workshop. To receive Canvas certification, visit http://www.foothill.edu/fga/canvastraining.php.

Topics include:

  • Planning your course site migration process
  • Course site redesign and makeover
  • Manual migration of content
  • Automated migration of content
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Phone us at: (650) 949-7566
Contact us at: garciaheather@foothill.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/staff/development/


June 13, 2016   noon to 1 p.m.
StudentLingo Workshop Series
Presented by Foothill’s Community Ambassador Program

CAP Lounge (Room 2149)
Admission is free.

Get the most out of your college experience by attending one or several free StudentLingo workshops presented by Foothill’s popular Community Ambassador Program (CAP). StudentLingo workshops meet Mondays from noon to 1 p.m. in Room 2149. Free munchies, too.

  • Jan. 11—What It Takes to Be a Successful College Student
  • Jan. 25—Discover Your Learning Style
  • Feb. 1—Overcoming Procrastination
  • Feb. 8—Writing Effective Resumes & Cover Letters
  • Feb. 22—How to Achieve Well-Being, Balance & Success
  • Feb. 29—Academic Integrity: What It Is & Why It Matters
  • March 7—Strategies to Reduce Test Anxiety
  • March 14—Preparing for Exams & Test-Taking Strategies
  • April 11—Success Strategies for First-Generation College Students
  • April 18—Learning Strategies
  • May 2—Time-Management Strategies
  • May 9—Staying Motivated in Your Online Classes 
  • May 16—Financial Literacy: Smart Money Skills for College & Beyond
  • May 23—Navigating the Financial Aid Process
  • June 6—Creating Your College Bucket List
  • June 13—Developing Your Own Cross-Cultural Skills

An academic organization that focuses on educational support, CAP gives students a unique, fun way to network, perform community service and connect new and visiting students with the exciting programs and services available to Foothill students. Student ambassadors develop a variety of practical skills to succeed academically, professionally and personally.

Phone us at: (650) 949-7807
Contact us at: ChavezAntoinette@fhda.edu
Additional Information: http://foothill.edu/campuslife/ambassadors.php


June 13, 2016   4 to 5 p.m.
UC TAP/TAG Workshop

Room 8330
Admission is free; advance sign-up is required.

Presented by the Foothill's Transfer Center counselor, this free information session is designed to help you learn about the value and benefits of transfer admission guarantees (TAGs), which may help you transfer to a UC, CSU or a private university. Learn how important it is to complete your individual transfer admission planner (TAP) account, as well as the requirements and deadlines you'll need to meet for TAG eligibility. Advanced sign up is required.

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7235
Contact us at: oehkaren@foothill.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/transfer/workshops.php


June 14, 2016   2 to 3 p.m.
Active Assailant Training Workshop
Learn to prepare for an active assailant situation

Room 5001
Arrive on time; space is limited. You need only attend one session.

The Foothill-De Anza Police Department will present Run, Hide, Defend, a series of one-hour active assailant trainings for students, faculty and staff. Featuring lecture, video and discussion, each session will be taught by Foothill-De Anza police officers. 

Designed and approved by the Santa Clara County Police Chiefs' Association and the Santa Clara County Office of Education, this training is designed to give you information to protect yourself and respond to an active assailant event. It is taught countywide at all K–12 schools, San Jose State University and Foothill and De Anza colleges. 

Foothill-De Anza provides the Run, Hide, Defend training to better prepare our campus community. Since an active assailant situation is often over within 10 to 15 minutes—and before law enforcement arrives on scene—students, faculty and staff must be prepared both mentally and physically to deal with an active assailant situation.

Limited seating is first come, first served. You need only attend one session and advance sign-up is not required. Sessions will be presented:

  • May 16—noon to 1 p.m. in Room, 5001;
  • May 16—1 to 2 p.m. in Room 5001; and 
  • June 14—2 to 3 p.m. in Room 5001.
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Phone us at: (650) 949-7313
Additional Information: http://www.fhdapolice.org/


June 14, 2016   12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
Transfer 101 Workshop

Room 8330
Admission is free; advance sign-up is required.

If you're just starting to formulate your university transfer plans or have completed fewer than 45 units, attend this free workshop to learn more about the basics of preparing for university transfer, including UC/CSU eligibility, general education requirements, major preparation and relevant dates and deadlines. Advanced sign up is required.

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7235
Contact us at: oehkaren@foothill.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/transfer/workshops.php


June 15, 2016   1 to 2 p.m.
UC Personal Statement Workshop
Learn how to write an effective your college essay for admission

Room 8330
Admission is free; advance sign-up is required.

Get useful advice and tips that will help you write an effective, structured personal essay or statement. You'll learn different approaches for writing your essay, as well as techniques to highlight your strengths and address your challenges. Advance sign-up is required.

Click here for more information.
Phone us at: (650) 949-7235
Contact us at: oehkaren@foothill.edu
Additional Information: http://www.foothill.edu/transfer/workshops.php

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