Foothill College & De Anza College both offer Flexible Admission:
- Applications are accepted on a rolling basis for Fall (June 30 deadline), Winter (October 31 deadline), or Spring (January 31 deadline) quarters. English proficiency requirements are: TOEFL 500 or 61 iBT, or IELTS of 6.0. No SAT is required.
- If your English test score is below our minimum for admission, you may wish to attend one of our partner language schools for guaranteed admission to Foothill and De Anza upon completion of a specified level at the language school. In this case, TOEFL or IELTS scores are not required.
Foothill and De Anza College students have gone on to attend University of California Berkeley, University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), University of California San Diego, and University of California Davis, MIT, Stanford, University of Southern California (USC), Yale, Columbia, Johns Hopkins, Carnegie Mellon, New York University (NYU), Cal Tech, University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, University of Indiana, and many more!
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