• Locations

    Two Del Mar College campuses are easily accessible from major highways and traffic corridors. Typical travel time to campuses from most locations within the city of Corpus Christi averages 20 minutes or less. 

    The East Campus houses the College’s arts, science, humanities and most business and computer information technology programs. 

    The West Campus houses the College’s nationally-recognized allied health and nursing programs in a state-of-the-art health education complex. Occupational programs such as automotive technology and aviation maintenance are also based here, as well as public safety education programs in fire, EMS and law enforcement. 

    Both campuses house library and learning center facilities to serve you on their specific locations.

    Several programs that serve the business community and help you build career opportunities are based at the Center for Economic Development. Continuing Education, Corporate Services and the Small Business Development Center are located here. The University of the Incarnate Word also maintains a center here to offer bachelor and graduate degree programs to full-time working adults. 

    The Northwest Center offers a selection of courses in nursing, business administration, computer information technology and public safety education to students in the Northwest Corpus Christi area.
  • Parking Information

    As with any popular business or attraction, parking on campus can be a challenge, especially at the beginning of a semester. The good news, unlike most college or university campuses, parking at Del Mar College is free! To park your car on campus, you need a Vehicle Identification Permit (VIP). To get a VIP, fill out a parking registration card and submit it to Campus Security. They, in turn, will issue you a VIP. Please be aware that a fee may be required for replacements. A VIP is required for cars, trucks and motorcycles.

    Students with valid Del Mar College ID may ride any RTA bus free of charge.  

  • East Campus Map


    Located at the corner of Baldwin and Ayers. From I-37 or Padre Island Drive (Hwy. 358), take Crosstown Expressway (Hwy. 286) and exit at Baldwin. Continue on Baldwin until it intersects Ayers. From Shoreline/Ocean Drive, take Ayers Street to Baldwin.

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  • West Campus Map


    Located at the intersection of Airport and Old Brownsville Roads. From Padre Island Drive (Hwy. 358), take the Old Brownsville Road exit. Continue on Old Brownsville until it intersects Airport Road. The campus is on the left.

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  • Center for Economic Development



    3209 S. Staples: located near the intersection of Staples and Kostoryz Streets, across Staples from W.B. Ray High School. From SPID, exit Kostoryz and continue north until you near the Staples intersection. The center is located on the right.

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  • Northwest Center

    Northwest Map

    13725 Northwest Blvd. near the intersection of State Highway 77 and FM 624 adjacent to the Corpus Christi Medical Center. From Interstate 37 continue southwest on Up River Road to Northwest Blvd. Located on FM 624 in the Calallen/Tuloso-Midway area, the Northwest Center offers credit, noncredit and online instruction to residents in western Nueces County and beyond. Made possible through a partnership with the Corpus Christi Medical Center, this education center expands educational opportunities for hundreds of students each semester.  For more information click here.