DMC Alert In the event of a campus emergency or an important event, Del Mar College will use DMCAlert to get you information quickly. When a message is sent out, DMCAlert will use all communication methods on file with the system to reach you. Check Your Information Please log in to WebDMC , and click on the DMCAlert link. This will take you to a page where you can review your emergency contact information. If your information is not correct, please enter the correct information and feel free to include additional contact methods if you wish. You may have up to 7 contact methods on file, including phone/voicemail, email, and text messaging*. You can also choose the order in which we'll contact you for each method. Don't Be the Last to Know! First and foremost, Del Mar College will use DMCAlert to send you information for your safety and security in the event of an emergency situation that affects our students and employees. It is critical that we have current and correct contact information on file for this purpose. From time to time, DMCAlert may be used to send out “standard priority” (non-emergency) notifications of important announcements. You have the option to “turn off” the non-emergency messages if you don’t wish to receive them. Just choose “N/A” next to your contact methods; this will tell the system not to send a message to that contact. NOTE: The DMCAlert system records are completely separate from records kept by the Admissions and Financial Aid Offices (for students) and Human Resources (for faculty and staff). Any changes made to your contact information on DMCAlert will not be reflected in your official records or admissions file at the College, and will not be used for any other purpose besides DMCAlert notifications. *If you provide a number to receive text messages, Del Mar College is not responsible for any additional fees that may be charged by your wireless carrier when those messages are delivered.