• Registration Information

    The following registration information pertains to Continuing Education programs offered through this schedule.

    Registrations are accepted on a first-come basis. Register early to secure a place in the class of your choice. Early registration prevents the cancellation of a class due to low enrollment. Only paid registrants will be permitted in classrooms. For a list of textbooks we are currently using click here.

    IN PERSON
    BY PHONE
    REGISTRATION FOR ONLINE COURSES - (Ed2Go)
    REGISTRATION FOR PROTRAIN COURSES
    BY FAX
    STUDENT ID CARDS
    BUS SERVICE
    COURSE CANCELLATION
    REFUND POLICY
    FINANCIAL AID
    STUDENT ADVISING
    STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
    SENIOR CITIZENS 
    TRANSCRIPTS
    EMERGENCY CLOSINGS
    CAMPUS SECURITY 


    IN PERSON
    Center for Economic Development
    3209 S. Staples
    Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
    Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (Noon)
    For your convenience, please use this form: Blank Registration Form 

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    BY PHONE
    To register by phone, call (361) 698-1328 during regular office hours. Students residing outside the Corpus Christi area should call 1-800-652-3357 (select option 4). Please have your Visa or MasterCard number ready when you call.

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    REGISTRATION FOR ONLINE COURSES (Ed2Go)
    Take advantage of your Internet access and enroll in an online course! Students wishing to enroll in an online course should consider the following:

    1. Register and pay your tuition at Del Mar College's Center for Workforce, Economic and Community Development office either in person, by phone, or by fax.
    2. Internet access, email, and the Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator Web browser are required to take an online course.
    3. Determine what type of online course you are taking:

    In order to complete your registration (if you have not already done so), you will need to go into your class through the classroom link and create a user name and password. Using your web browser, go to www.ed2go.com/delmar and click on the word "courses". Find the title of your course by either typing the title into the search box, or by clicking on the links available and finding it by subject. Once you have clicked on your class, look for an "Enroll Now" button. Click on this. On the next page it should have "Sign Up For A Course" across the top and a timeline with a number 1 showing. Select the date you would like to start and click continue. If you have already created an account for on line classes, enter your e-mail address and your password at this point. If you have not previously created an account, click on "click here" beside "Don't Have an Account?" Then follow the instructions on that page. Click "Continue" and this will take you to another page to enter some additional information. Once you have completed this page, click "update". You should now be on step 3. Click on "Already Paid". This will take you to step 4. After you print the page for your records, click where the instructions tell you to for completion of your orientation. Then you may go back into the classroom and access your lessons, providing the class has already started.

    If you have any questions regarding your registration or problems signing on to your class, please call us at 361-698-1328.

    • Classes run for six weeks. Students have three weeks from the end of class to complete the final exam. Students successfully completing their class will be issued a certificate of proficiency via PC download.
    • Here are some important contact information sites concerning your online courses:
      • The web site to access your Orientation and online classroom is as follows: www.ed2go.com/delmar.
      • For questions about your online course, email the following: answers@ed2go.com.
      • For problems with your online course once it has started, email a description of the problem to the following: support@ed2go.com.

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    BY FAX
    To register by fax with a credit card, fill out the registration form included in this schedule and fax to (361) 698-1513. The form may be duplicated. Download the fax form in PDF format (Acrobat Reader required).

    Registration Form 

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    STUDENT ID CARDS / PARKING DECALS
    Students enrolled in workforce development or job preparation courses are entitled to receive a student ID card and a parking permit. The ID card grants access to the library, communication lab, and student computer labs on campus during the time or semester students are enrolled for their course(s). Parking Decals are required to park on campus. Students requesting an ID card or parking permit must have their registration receipt. Contact the Security Office at (361) 698-1946 for information on obtaining ID cards and parking permits.

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    BUS SERVICE
    Students may ride Regional Transporation Authority buses free of charge anywhere in the RTA route system. A valid student ID card is required. Contact the Security Office at (361) 698-1946 for information on obtaining ID cards.

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    COURSE CANCELLATION
    A course is cancelled when there is insufficient enrollment. Every effort is made to contact students about course cancellations at least two working days before a course is scheduled to start. It is imperative that students provide current contact information when registering for a class. When students cannot be contacted, a notice of cancellation will be posted at the classroom. A 100% refund is processed automatically to students due to a course cancellation.

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    REFUND POLICY
    Refunds may be made under these conditions:

    1. A 100% refund will be made automatically if the College exercises its right to cancel a class or if a class is full at the time your registration is received. A class is canceled when there is insufficient enrollment.
    2. A 100% refund will be honored if requested 24 business hours prior to class beginning.

    In order to receive a refund under any condition, you must sign an application for refund at the Business & Registration Services Office, Center for Economic Development Room 104. Refunds are made by check - not in cash. Credit will be issued to the Visa or MasterCard account if registration charges were paid by credit card.

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    FINANCIAL AID
    Financial aid is available to qualifying continuing education students through the Texas Public Education Grant program (TPEG). For information and eligibility requirements contact the Financial Aid Office at (361) 698-1293. It is recommended that you apply as soon as possible to allow for adequate processing time.

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    STUDENT ADVISING
    Advising is provided to students that need assistance with course selection, program information, and course prerequisite clarification. Because student advising is performed on an appointment basis only, students should call the specific program coordinator in which advising is needed. The program contact phone numbers are as follows:

    Workforce and Business Programs: (361) 698-2122
    Real Estate Programs: (361) 698-1093
    Health Care Programs: (361) 698-1391
    Personal Enrichment Programs: (361) 698-2122

    Students residing outside the Corpus Christi area should call 1-800-652-3357 (select option 4).

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    STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
    Disabled students in need of special services such as notetakers, interpreter services, special parking provisions, assistive technology, and information and referral must contact the Special Services Office at (361) 698-1298 (individuals that are hearing impaired can contact via V/TDD at (361) 698-2192).

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    SENIOR CITIZENS
    Senior citizens who are age 65 or older may audit many of the Division of Workforce & Economic Development Classes:

    1. Senior citizens age 65 and older may audit continuing education courses if space is available at a discounted cost plus the cost of books & supplies.
      Contact Business & Registration Services at 361-698-1328 for registration information and space availability.
    2. No student records will be maintained, no credit will be awarded and no grades will be given for the course for audited classes.

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     TRANSCRIPTS 
    Students who have attended workforce training (i.e. computer classes, transportation training, etc.) may obtain an official transcript of their courses by contacting the Registrar's Office at (361) 698-1255. 

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    EMERGENCY CLOSINGS
    When necessary, the president has the authority to discontinue classes due to extreme weather or other emergency conditions. The College's Web site at www.delmar.edu as well as local radio and television stations will announce such emergency closings.

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    CAMPUS SECURITY
    For your safety and protection, Del Mar College has both security and police officers on duty patrolling the East and West campuses. Security personnel can be reached 24 hours/7 days a week at (361) 698-1199. Non-emergency calls can be made to (361) 698-1946.

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