Chapter I Introduction

Chapter I Introduction

B.1  Vision Statement:  Del Mar College will be the premier choice for life-changing educational opportunities, provided by responsive, innovative faculty and staff who empower students to improve local and global communities.

B1.2  Mission Statement: Del Mar College is a multi-campus community college providing access to affordable degree and certificate programs, customized workforce development, and continuing education opportunities for the successful educational advancement and lifelong learning needs of our communities.

B1.2.1  Core Values:

  • Student Learning and Success
    Ensuring students gain the necessary knowledge, skills, and experience to achieve their goals of graduation, transfer, and/or personal enrichment.
  • Excellence in Instruction
    Developing and delivering exceptional instruction that is tailored to a diverse student population.
  • Access
    Providing opportunities to all persons who wish to participate and succeed in higher education through traditional and distance delivery formats.
  • Integrity
    Demonstrating honesty, transparency, and clear communication with our stakeholders, our community, and with each other.
  • Accountability
    Demonstrating responsible and ethical stewardship of the resources entrusted to us by our community.
  • Innovation
    Dedicating attention to new ideas that lead to higher levels of achievement for students, faculty, and staff.
  • Diversity and Inclusion
    Committing to a diverse and inclusive community that values, celebrates and learns from our differences and in which all people are treated with dignity and respect.
B1.3  Vacant

B1.4
 Del Mar College is a comprehensive community college with two primary campuses located in Corpus Christi, Texas. Del Mar College is supported by local taxes, appropriations by the Texas Legislature, tuition, and fees, and gifts and grants.

A1.5 Vision and Mission Statements Review:
Del Mar College will periodically study its vision and mission statements, considering internal changes as well as the changing responsibilities of the institution to its constituents.

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