About the Foundation

About the Foundation

Rolls Royce engine

Rolls Royce donates F405 Spey jet engine to help Del Mar College aviation students.

Video of Rolls Royce Donation Event
Female student in the library looking at the books.

Coastal Bend Community Foundation grant launches innovative textbook program.

Video Highlighting Impact of Gift
Female Process Technology student being instructed in the training plant

City and Local Industry Developing Next Generation of Process Operators

Video Celebrating Generous Partners

Del Mar College Foundation

Established in 1983, the Del Mar College Foundation is people helping people. The Foundation provides scholarships, supports educational programs and works with other organizations to help remove barriers for students. We identify and develop resources that help solve problems in our community. More about our people here.

Ninety percent (90%) of Del Mar College students come from the local area and remain in the community. As students join the local workforce, the credentials they earn at Del Mar College increase their earning potential, empowering them to become productive, contributing citizens. Their lives and the lives of their families are forever changed by the newfound prospect of financial stability. The Foundation's goal is to provide the resources needed for all students to have the ability to achieve their educational goals.

Donor and Professor Mike Anzaldua Memorial Video

Mission Statement

Del Mar College Foundation transforms students' lives and the area economy by leveraging community resources to provide each individual an equal opportunity for an education and to assist the College and its students in attainment of their educational goals. The Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

Mike Anzaldua Plaza Dedication Ceremony 2022

Important Policies and Practices that Guide the Foundation

Page last updated November 8, 2022.

Contact Information

DMC Foundation
101 Baldwin Blvd.
Corpus Christi, TX 78404
(361) 698-1317



Center for Economic Development
3209 S. Staples St., Room 133

(The CED is at the corner of South Staples and Kostoryz, across Staples from Ray High School and behind Taco Bell. From SPID, exit Kostoryz Road and continue north until you near the Staples intersection. The building is located on the right. Enter from large parking area in front and go to the back of the building.)