Pocket Profile: Fall 2019

Pocket Profile: Fall 2019

Facts at a Glance

  • Tuition and fees per 12 hour semester: average $1,321 for fall 2019 full-time district residents.
  • Student Body: 40.9% men, 59.1% women, 69.3% Hispanic, 23.1% White, non-Hispanic, 2.7% African American, 4.9% other ethnicities. Over 89% from Corpus Christi and the surrounding area, the rest from other Texas counties, 42 other states and U.S. territories, and 22 other countries.
  • Financial Aid: About $22 million in assistance is awarded annually in the form of scholarships, grants, loans and student employment.
  • Degree Programs: Associate in Arts, Associate of Arts in Teaching and Associate in Science degrees in over 64 university transfer majors; Associate in Applied Science degrees, Enhanced Skills Certificates, Certificates of Achievement and Marketable Skills Awards in more than 152 occupational fields.
  • Accreditation: Del Mar College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award Certificates of Achievement and Associate Degrees.

District Assessed Valuation


  • 2011: $17,572,669,749
  • 2012: $17,986,670,894
  • 2013: $17,876,287,994
  • 2014: $19,677,693,385
  • 2015: $21,123,547,272
  • 2016: $22,817,248,918
  • 2017: $24,865,880,433
  • 2018: $25,668,882,133
  • 2019: $27,225,706,264
  • 2020: $28,973,089,341

TAX RATE*

Year Total Operations Debt
2011 25.8003¢ 20.6248¢ 5.1755¢
2012 25.8003¢ 20.9394¢ 4.8609¢
2013 25.0666¢ 20.6690¢ 4.3976¢
2014 24.8073¢ 20.7910¢ 4.0163¢
2015 24.8073¢ 21.0549¢ 3.7524¢
2016 24.6159¢ 19.4718¢ 5.1441¢
2017 25.9163¢ 20.5700¢ 5.3463¢
2018 28.1885¢ 20.9693¢ 7.2192¢
2019 28.1885¢ 20.9693¢ 7.219¢
2020 28.0665¢ 21.1260¢ 6.941¢

*All percentages are rounded off. Per $100 valuation.

Del mar college foundation assets

  • $23,539,443 as of fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.

Capital investments

  • $252,260,246 approximate total prior to fiscal year close.

operating budget 2019-2020

income*

  • State Funding: $22,307,929 [20.7%]
  • Local Taxes: $58,222,474 [54.0%]
  • Student Charges: $25,962,825 [24.1%]
  • Miscellaneous: $1,383,413 [1.1%]
  • Total: $107,876,641 [100%]

*All percentages are rounded off.

expenses*

  • Salaries: $59,708,625 [55.3%]
  • Benefits: $19,613,492 [18.2%]
  • Facility Repairs/Construction: $1,821,349 [1.7%]
  • Consultant/Contract Labor: $2,940,336 [2.7%]
  • Equipment and Furniture: $1,319,635 [1.2%]
  • Utilities: $3,197,560 [3.0%]
  • Property Insurance: $1,638,000 [1.5%]
  • All Others: $16,019,484 [14.9%]
  • Subtotal: $106,258,481 [98.5%]
  • Revenue Bond Transfer: $1,618,160 [1.5%]
  • Total: $107,876,641 [100%]

*All percentages are rounded off.

Enrollment fall 2019

Academic and Occupational*

  • Headcount: 11,961
  • Student Full-Time Equivalent: 7,767
  • 2018-2019 Annual Unduplicated Headcount Academic, Occupational, and Continuing Education: 25,881

*Numbers uncertified as of publishing date.

Personnel

  • Faculty - Regular: 325
  • Faculty - Part-time, credit: 225
  • Faculty - Part-time, noncredit: 159
  • Exempt Personnel: 179
  • Non-Exempt Personnel: 182
  • Externally Funded, Full-Time: 36
  • Part-Time Personnel: 334
  • Externally Funded, Part-Time: 27

library

  • Volumes: 173,962
  • E-book Titles: 710,117
  • Current Periodicals: 34
  • Online serial/other resource titles (unique): ~540,490
  • Internet-accessible computers: 347

Data contained in this publication is based on the most current College research available at the time of printing and is intended to be informational and not contractual in nature. Financial and Enrollment information is preliminary and uncertified as of November 2019.

Page last updated June 11, 2020.