Student Services and Facilties From the start to finish Del Mar College provides numerous services to help students attain their educational and professional goals. Student CentersYou have access to two centers at Del Mar College. Harvin Student Center, on the East Campus; the other is the Coleman Student Center, on the West Campus.Special ServicesThe Disabilities Services Office provides support services for students with disabilities to remove obstacles to their education in order to promote their maximum academic potential, participation in the college experience, and self-sufficiency.Theatre, Music, & Fine ArtsJoseph A. Cain Memorial Art Gallery, Drama Season, and Music EventsChild Care OptionsThe Center for Early Learning (CEL) serves as a model program to train early childhood professionals and as a catalyst for quality care and education for children, families, and the Coastal Bend community.LibraryYou have access to two excellent library facilities at Del Mar College. William F. White, Jr. Library, on the East Campus; the other is the Howard E. Barth Learning Resources Center, on the West Campus.Recreational FacilitiesThe Del Mar College recreational facilities include a 25 meter indoor pool, 4 racquetball courts, 6 tennis courts, jogging track, weight room and gymnasium.BookstoreThe DMC Bookstore is offering students a new option to rent textbooks instead of buying new or used books outright..Career LinksWe strive to provide quality services by offering job information, assistance and guidance to students and alumni.Dining on CampusStudents have several choices at Del Mar College when hunger pangs hit. Whether it's quick snacks and coffee or full meal, you can satisfy your appetite on campusIntramural SportsThe goal of the Intramural Sports program at Del Mar College is to provide students, faculty, and staff with a variety of recreational sports and activities. Check out some of the cool places around Del Mar CollegeOn-Campus Child CareThe Lichtenstein Center for Early Learning on the East Campus serves children from 18 months to 6 years old, offering state and nationally accredited childcare at an affordable price. Some financial aid helps students afford quality care for their kids while they attend classes.