DMC “rallying up” for Fall 2022 Semester with registration events on new Oso Creek Campus Aug. 11 and Aug. 18
Registration Rallies designed to assist current and potential Vikings in preparation for start of credit courses on Aug. 29
Article by Melinda Eddleman
Whether you’re already a Viking or ready to become one, now’s the time to prepare for Fall 2022 at Del Mar College (DMC). Registration is already underway, and the semester starts on Monday, Aug. 29.
Get registered for credit courses or complete the admissions process during one of two “Registration Rallies” scheduled at the STEM Building on the new Oso Creek Campus on Thursday, Aug. 11 and Aug. 18, from 4 to 7:30 p.m. Even if your program of study isn’t offered on the new campus located at 7002 Yorktown Blvd., you can still stop by to get registered and access other student services.
College representatives will be on-hand to assist individuals during the rallies, including staff from the following offices:
• Registrar’s Office
• Veteran’s Services
• Retention Services
• Disability Services
• Financial Aid Services
• Career Development
And, DMC coordinators are making each event fun! Rally-up with some games, snacks and Viking swag bags while completing registration and other processes.
Courses offered at the new campus this fall in the STEM Building include architecture/drafting, biology, chemistry, developmental mathematics and advanced courses, English, engineering, geology, history, integrated reading and writing, philosophy, physics and speech. The new Hospitality and Culinary Institute has several courses available in the hospitality management, chef and pastry and baking disciplines. For the full fall course schedule for the Oso Creek Campus in these two facilities, visit www.delmar.edu/oso/classes.html.
To learn more about other DMC Outreach events, go to www.delmar.edu/becoming-a-viking/discover/tours/outreach-events.html.
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.