Del Mar College announces Aug. 22 deadline to file for three Board of Regents seats in November 2022 general election
Nov. 8 ballot to include Districts 2 and 5,along with one At-large seat
Article by DMC College Relations Office
Del Mar College District residents interested in running for one of three seats on the Board of Regents in the November 2022 general election must submit a completed application packet by 5 p.m. Monday, Aug. 22. The first day to file for a place on the Nov. 8 ballot was Saturday, July 23.
The Del Mar College District includes all the area in the Calallen, Corpus Christi, Flour Bluff, Tuloso-Midway and West Oso Independent School Districts.
Application packets (PDF file), other resources and additional information are available online at https://www.delmar.edu/regents-and-community/board-of-regents/election-information.html.
Individuals may also request a packet by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Packets can be submitted by mail (Del Mar College, Attn: Jessica A. Alaniz, 101 Baldwin Blvd., Corpus Christi, Texas 78404-3897) or in person (Room 105A, Heldenfels Administration Building, Del Mar College Heritage Campus, Ayers Street). Packets may also be submitted by email to email@example.com or fax at 361-698-2215 and must be received by the filing deadline.
In the Nov. 8 general election, district residents will elect Board representatives for College Districts 2 and 5 and one At-large position. A link to the College District map (PDF file), showing the boundaries for these board seats, along with a list of the voting precincts in each district, is posted on the Board of Regents Election page.
Regents elected in November will serve a six-year term, which ends in 2028.
The Del Mar College Board of Regents includes nine regents in a modified single-member district configuration. Five regents represent specific geographic districts while four serve at-large.
Del Mar College empowers students to achieve their dreams. We offer quality programs, individual attention, outstanding instruction through faculty with real-world experience and affordable costs to credit and noncredit students in Corpus Christi and the South Texas Coastal Bend area. Nationally recognized while locally focused, we’re ranked in the top two percent of community colleges in the country granting associate degrees to Hispanic students (Community College Week). Del Mar College focuses on offering our students programs that match current or emerging career opportunities. Whether students are interested in the fine arts, sciences, business, occupational or technical areas, students get the education they need for the future they want at Del Mar College.