• Student Leadership & Campus Life

    Campus Activities/Events  
    Del Mar College offers a wide variety of activities/events for well-balanced academic as well as social engagement. The Office of Student Leadership & Campus Life sponsors activities/events such as Viking Day, Welcome Back to Campus, Spring Break Bash as well as civic events (Constitution Day, Veterans Day, and World Aids Day) and other Educational Awareness Workshops. The office also host weekly fun engagement activities such as Open Mic Lunch, Wii Wednesday and Movie Monday.

    New Student Orientation 
    New Student Orientation familiarizes prospective incoming and transfer students with essential information concerning College rules and regulations, student services and activities. Attendance is strongly recommended, since pertinent information is shared which enhances and improves a student’s opportunity for success.

    Clubs/Organizations  
    Clubs and Organizations helps students make a connection and engage themselves at all levels of campus life. Del Mar College has honors, social and professional clubs and organizations. Students are encouraged to participate in more than 30 clubs/organizations on campus. Registrations for all organizations are on file in the Office of Student Leadership & Campus Life (Hardin Center Room 105). Any club/organization not registered with the Office of Student Leadership & Campus Life will not be recognized as an active club/organization on campus.

    Campus Governance 
    Campus Governance enables collaboration between students, faculty and Del Mar College administration through Student Government Association (SGA) and shared governance committees, including the Student Service Fee Committee.

    Student Government Association (SGA) functions as the crucial link between the Del Mar College student body and Del Mar College administration. SGA works/operates to improve the quality of student life and educational experience at Del Mar College by acting as an advocate for all Del Mar College students’ issues/concerns.

    The Student Service Fee Committee (SSFC) is a student-directed committee that provides input in the planning and implementing of activities and events for students. The Committee advises the administration on the type, amount, and expenditures of compulsory fees for student activities/events.

     Service/Community Involvement 
    Del Mar College Office Student of Student Leadership & Campus Life promotes and offers various volunteer opportunities throughout the Coastal Bend Area to help students learn the value of civic engagement and social responsibility through volunteerism. Please contact the office of SLCL to find out what opportunities are available to individual students as well as clubs/organizations.

    Student Leadership 
    The Office of Student Leadership & Campus Life provides leadership training and development for student leaders through speaker series through (The National Society of Leadership and Success), workshops and other events

    Student Code of Conduct 
    By enrolling at Del Mar College, students agree to abide by the college’s Student Standard of Conduct. These standards also establish disciplinary procedures for students accused of violating those standards. The Student Standards of Conduct and Disciplinary Process are published on the college’s website. (B7.13 Standards of Student Conduct Policy: Revised SEPTEMBER 28, 2010. This policy is applicable to all students enrolled in Del Mar College to ensure that all practices and actions of the College are applied to students in an equal and nondiscriminatory manner).

    Harvin Center Reservation 
    The Office of Student Leadership & Campus Life reserves various conference rooms located in the Harvin Student Center. Please contact Grace Carreon (Harvin Center Building Coordinator) 361-698-1279 or e-mail gcarreo@delmar.edu.

    Small Business Internship Program 
    The Del Mar College Small Business Internship Program is an opportunity for small businesses in Corpus Christi to grow with the assistance of highly-trained intern students to meet their specific business’ needs.  It is a partnership with small business employers who can offer intern students productive and meaningful work assignments with a learning component related to their major.  Please contact The Office of Student Leadership & Campus Life Melissa Fonsenca or Christopher Hernandez at 361-698-1281 or e-mail mfonseca1@webdmc@delmar.edu or chernand66@delmar.edu  

    Resources 
    Listed are various links to student resources at Del Mar College

  • Contact Information

    Student Engagement and Retention
    101 Baldwin Blvd.
    Corpus Christi, TX 78404
    (361) 698-1277
    fax: (361) 698-1599

    Hours: Monday-Thursday 7:30am-5:00pm Friday 7:30am-12:30pm