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Advising & Registration: Maymester Session
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Advising and Registration for:

Maymester Session - January 17 - May 11, 2017




Early Advising & Registration: Summer I, Summer II, Fall, Rapid Track, 8-weeks
Description:

Early Advising and Registration for:

Summer Semester I 2017 (5-weeks', 6-weeks', 9-weeks', 10-weeks', and 12-weeks' Sessions) - April 3 - May 23, 2017

Summer Semester II 2017 (5-weeks' and 6-weeks' Sessions) - April 3 - July 5, 2017

Fall Semester 2017 (15-weeks' and 16-weeks' Sessions), Rapid Track Session I, Rapid Track Session II, and 8-weeks' Sessions - April 3 - August 16, 2017




SAP Workshop
Description:
Financial Aid - Satisfactory Academic Progress Workshop 12PM - 1PM



[11:00am-1:00pm] National Crime Victims’ Rights Week Community Resource Fair
Description:

In honor of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, scheduled April 2-8, this year’s theme — Strength. Resilience. Justice. — reflects a vision for the future in which all victims are strengthened by the response they receive.

As part of the Title IX Awareness Campaign, the Del Mar College Office of Student Engagement and Retention is hosting two Community Resource Fairs to bring attention to crime victims’ rights and provide services information and resources available to crime victims and their families.

Each resource fair features over 20 community agencies that provide services to victims of all crimes.

Free popcorn, drinks, swag bags, t-shirts and much more will be provided during the fairs.

EAST CAMPUS: Wednesday, April 5, 11 a.m. to 1p.m., Harvin Student Center, Del Mar College East Campus, Kosar at Ayers, free.

WEST:Thursday, April 6, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Coleman Center, Del Mar College West Campus, Old Brownsville and Airport Roads, free.

For more information, contact the DMC Office of Student Engagement and Retention at 698-1277 or dortega3@delmar.edu.




[12:00pm-1:00pm] Informal Concert with the Del Mar Jazz Bands
Description:

Pack a brown-bag lunch or buy lunch at Del Mar College’s cafeteria as the Del Mar MWF Jazz Band and the Del Mar Jazz Combo present an informal concert featuring big-band and combo jazz in varying styles.

The bands are under the direction of David Irving, professor of music and jazz guitar, who is retiring after 45 years of service to DMC students.

For more information, contact David Irving at 698-1616 or dirving@delmar.edu.




[12:00pm] Informal Concert with the Del Mar Jazz Bands
Description:

Pack a brown-bag lunch or buy lunch at Del Mar College’s cafeteria as the Del Mar MWF Jazz Band and the Del Mar Jazz Combo present an informal concert featuring big-band and combo jazz in varying styles. The bands are under the direction of David Irving, professor of music and jazz guitar, who is retiring after 45 years of service to DMC students. Free Event.

For more information, contact David Irving at 361-698- 1616 or dirving@delmar.edu.




[1:00pm-2:00pm] Mary Jo O’Rear Lecture: Bulwark Against the Bay
Description:

Join Del Mar College’s Social Sciences Department and the Mexican-American Studies program for a lecture by historian and author Mary Jo O’Rear about her new book, Bulwark Against the Bay: The People of Corpus Christi and Their Seawall.

O’Rear’s book reveals the struggle to construct a seawall.

The project was not merely an engineering challenge.

It was also bound up with the growing popularity of the Ku Klux Klan, local aversion to Roman Catholicism, the emergence of the League of United Latin American Citizens, new efforts on behalf of African American equality, the impact of the Great Depression, support for Franklin D. Roosevelt and reactions to the New Deal.

Get a historic perspective about the Corpus Christi seawall during this enlightening lecture.

This event is free and open to the public.

For more information, call DMC Professor of History Brian Hart, 698-1635 or bhart@delmar.edu.




[3:00pm-6:00pm] Del Mar College West Campus Job Fair
Description:

Looking for a job or a career change?

Dust off that resume or create one and join Del Mar College’s Career Development Office for a Job Fair on the College’s West Campus.

Participants can meet with over 50 employers representing a variety of job sectors to discuss career opportunities, summer jobs and internships available here in the Coastal Bend.

So, join the College to land that next job! Get more details at www.delmar.edu/placement.

Wednesday, April 5, 3 to 6 p.m., Cole Coleman Center, Del Mar College West Campus, Old Brownsville and Airport Roads, free.

For more information, contact the DMC Career Development Office at 698-2467 or email vadkins@delmar.edu.




[4:00pm-6:00pm] Small Business Orientation
Description:
This seminar will provide prospective new business owners the information they need to start a successful business. Topics will include: The services provided by the Small Business Development Center, Starting a Small Business, Small Business Loans & Financing Requirements, Business Plan, Licensing/Permit Information, Resources, Questions & Answers. No Cost



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