College providing other “stress-sacking” opportunities during Holiday Registration Event this Wednesday along with early in-person registration for Spring 2024 courses
Beyond extended Student Services hours, fall fine arts exhibit on Heritage Campus remaining open, public invited to Architectural/Drafting Technology Winter Exhibit on Oso Creek Campus and free devices and internet services for current Pell Grant recipien
Article by Melinda Eddleman
That jolly red-suited man is still sacking up gifts for his seasonal deliveries. And, current and potential students can still take advantage of Del Mar College’s Holiday Registration Event at all three campuses this Wednesday, Dec. 6, with extended services hours until 7 p.m. to “sack the stress” by not waiting until after the holiday hustle to complete the admissions process, apply for financial aid or register for Spring 2024 credit courses, which begin Jan. 16.
Individuals can access Student Services and get registered at the Heritage Campus (Harvin Student Center, 101 Baldwin Blvd., 78404), Windward Campus (Coleman Center, 4101 Old Brownsville Rd., 78405) and Oso Creek Campus (Main Central Building, 7002 Yorktown Blvd., 78414). Get online directions and campus maps. Participants can even receive some goodies as part of the holiday cheer!
Additionally, don’t just take advantage of early in-person registration on Dec. 6.
The Art and Drama Department is extending their gallery hours until 7 p.m. the last day of the fall art exhibit, “Now Let Us Shift,” located in the Joseph A. Cain Memorial Art Gallery in the Heritage Campus Fine Arts Center. The show features works of 20 artists inspired by the late Chicana activist Gloria E. Anzaldúa (1942-2004) with stirring paintings of borderland landscapes to thought-provoking mixed-media installations. This one-of-a-kind exhibit represents diverse artwork in dialogue with Anzaldúa’s writings about the U.S.-Mexico border. Call 361-698-1216 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Going to the Oso Creek Campus to register? Then join the Architectural/Drafting Technology Program while there to see the Winter Exhibit comprised of student projects located on the first floor of the STEM Building. Campus and general community members are invited to celebrate the design work of DMC students from 5:30 to 7 p.m. as they receive awards and discuss one-on-one their projects. For more details, call 361-698-1757 or email email@example.com.
On all three campuses where Student Services and in-person registration are located, Go For Results! (G4R) representatives will have tables to check eligibility for current DMC Pell Grant recipients and potential Pell Grant-eligible students to receive on-the-spot either a free tablet or cell phone, free one-year internet services and health boxes delivered monthly directly to their doorstep. The offering is in partnership with the College’s Financial Aid Services. Get more details or contact G4R representative Autumn Kelley at 210-998-9599 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you can’t make the Holiday Registration Event but need more information, you can fill out a quick request form to have your questions answered!
Early advising and online/on-campus registration for Spring 2024 credit courses will continue through 5 p.m. Dec. 19 when the College’s two-week Winter Break begins. Online registration will continue during the break for students who qualify (no records holds). Tuition and fees payment is due by 6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 3, when the College reopens for all individuals who have registered either on-campus or online since Dec. 5.
Have questions about the Holiday Registration Event or about registration in general? Contact the DMC Student Enrollment Center at 361-698-1290 or email@example.com. For more Spring 2024 registration information, visit www.delmar.edu/registration.
“Sack the stress” and get the classes you need at the times you want so you don’t have to worry when the New Year rolls around!
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