Get a Head Start and the Classes You Need by Registering Now

Article by: Rosa Linda Reynoso

It’s never too early to register. Individuals planning to take Del Mar College credit courses during the summer semesters or this fall can register starting Monday, April 9. 

Registration information is available on the College’s Website, including important dates, the admissions process and much more. To access information, individuals need to go to www.delmar.edu/registration. 

Students already in the system can go to WebDMC, a one-stop shop for all DMC students’ registration needs and other services, including checking their financial aid status, paying for courses and more. To access WebDMC, students need to go to www.delmar.edu/webdmc/.

Declared majors should seek advising services through their academic departments during regular business hours. Students who are undeclared majors or liberal arts majors should complete advising in the Student Enrollment Center in the East Campus Harvin Student Center or the Coleman Center on the West Campus. Advising appointments for assistance in course selection are available 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays and 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Fridays through the Student Enrollment Center. Individuals have a choice of 6-week, 9-week or 12-week classes. 

First day of class for 6-week and 12-week classes is Tuesday, May 29. The College will be closed Monday, May 28, in observance of the Memorial Day holiday.

Individuals wanting more information about Del Mar College’s registration opportunities for the summer and fall can call the Student Enrollment Center at 698-1290 (East Campus), 698-1741 (West Campus) or toll-free at 1-800-652-3357, email enroll@delmar.edu or go online at www.delmar.edu/registration.

A new state law from Senate Bill 1107 now requires that all new incoming students age 29 or younger or those students who have not been enrolled at Del Mar College for at least one full semester but wish to return show proof of a meningitis vaccination at least 10 days prior to the first day of classes. 

Students who fail to comply with this requirement may have holds placed on registration and may be unable to attend classes until proof of receiving the vaccination is provided to the College’s Student Enrollment Centers on the East and West Campuses.

To learn more about the new requirement and access forms, go to www.delmar.edu/meningitis/.

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