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  • Engineering Students Can Move Faster Toward Earning Associate and Bachelor Degrees

    Engineering Articulation Agreement Facilitating Transfer of DMC Students to TAMUK College Relations Del Mar College (DMC) and Texas A&M University-Kingsville (TAMUK) solidified a partnership Wednesday, July 13, that will streamline DMC students’ transition to earning a bachelor's degree in engineering from

    Accelerated Process Technology Program Prepares Participants for High Demand Work in Industry

    Process Technology Program Fast-tracks Another Student Cohort Melinda Eddleman They put in the hard work at a rapid pace. In late June, their dedication was rewarded during a completion ceremony, much like graduation. Seventeen (17) students received their certificates for finishing the Del Mar College Continu

    Bryan Stone Giving Lecture About New Book on July 27

    Associate Professor of History Dr. Brian Stone Publishes Second Book Rosa Linda Reynoso Dr. Bryan Stone, associate professor of history with Del Mar College’s Social Sciences Department, now has two books to his credit. Last month, the University of Alabama Press published Dr. Stone’s second book, Memories of

    Get More, Get MAS! Del Mar College Holding Third Annual Mexican-American Studies Summer Seminar July 15-16

    Mexican-American Studies Program Plans 3rd Summer Seminar July 15-16 Rosa Linda Reynoso From literature, music, art and the humanities to history, politics and the Spanish language, the Del Mar College (DMC) Mexican-American Studies (MAS) program’s third annual summer seminar is like taking a crash course. Sch

    Summer Health Care Program Exposes Youth to Dual Credit Offerings and Potential Careers

    Coastal Bend High School Students Learn Career Options Summer Health Care Program Elaine M. Krift About 20 area high school students learned to draw blood, provide nurse aide care to others and prep patients for an electrocardiography procedure during a four-day summer program focused on health care fields.  

    Get Your Seat for Courses Now By Registering for the Summer II and Fall Semesters

    Registration for Summer II and Fall Semester Courses Continues Rosa Linda Reynoso Individuals planning to take Del Mar College (DMC) credit courses during the second summer session or who want to get a jumpstart on registering for the fall semester can do so now. Registration continues.  Get a seat in one

    June 24 DMC Chamber Orchestra Concert is Final Performance for Season

    College’s Summer Orchestra Performing in Wolfe Recital Hall this Friday, June 24 Melinda Eddeman Each summer, area high school string musicians practice side-by-side with music majors and community members who make up the Corpus Christi Chamber Orchestra at Del Mar College (DMC). As a summer program, the Coll

    GED Students Earn Certificates in CNA, HVAC and Office Assistant Through Career Pathways Program

    Career Pathways Program Celebrates 74 Completers During June 16 Ceremony Melinda Eddleman Del Mar College’s Department of General Education Development (GED), Adult Basic Education and English as a Second Language offers participants more than the opportunity to complete their high school equivalency education

    Summer Youth Activities Keep Kids Engaged with Technology, STEAM Areas, Music and Aquatics

    2016 Summer Kids Activities Continue College Relations Office  Del Mar College has alternative programs available to keep kids active this summer, including Vikings Kids Camp, youth aquatics, a summer choir camp and a new Summer Technology Camp. Youth can have fun while also expanding their minds and skills.

    Southside Campus Master Plan Serves as Roadmap with Forward-moving Direction

    Del Mar Regents Approve Master Plan for Southside Campus Michael Bratten On June 14 during their regular monthly meeting, the Del Mar College Board of Regents approved the Master Plan for developing a new campus on the Southside of Corpus Christi. Developing this Southside Master Plan for 96 acres the College

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