De Anza College, established in 1967, is a public community college located in Cupertino, California. It enrolls over 21,000 undergraduates and is among the top colleges in the State in terms of number of students transferring to UC and CSU campuses. The Flint Center at DeAnza is also where the iMac was launched in the late 90s. De Anza offers a variety of course offerings, athletic programs and more than 60 student clubs. It hosts several distinguished celebrities and speakers and has a monthly flea market. Notable De Anza alumni include actress Terri Hatcher and Apple co-founder Steve Woznaik. The college attracts a diverse student body, with its academic curriculum & student events reflecting its philosophy of celebrating cultural and ethnic diversity.