STUDENT ACTIVITIES AND RECOGNITION the intramural and recreational sports program to be as broad as possible, offering you the opportunity to participate regardless of ability. Activities You may participate in organized intramural activities including tournaments, leagues and special events ranging from basketball to flag football to softball. These activities include team, individual and dual sports for three divisions: men, women and co-rec. Various skill levels are offered in all activities. For information, please call (361) 698-1337. Facilities With a currently validated Del Mar College ID card, you can use the College’s top-notch recreational facilities including a gymnasium, 25-meter indoor pool, fitness center, jogging track, racquetball and tennis courts. The facilities are also available on weekdays and weekends during non-class hours. The intramural and recreational sports program is funded by your student services fee. For information, call (361) 698-1334.
Here’s how to get the word out about an activity…
College Relations Office If you are planning an event open to the public, you should contact the College Relations Office at least two weeks in advance. The College Relations Office coordinates all publicity and publications for College events that are open to the public. The staff will be happy to assist you with any news releases, public service announcements, publications distributed off-campus, or contacts with the news media. Contact the College Relations Office at (361) 698-1247.
The Foghorn A good way to keep up with events on campus is the College newspaper, The Foghorn. It is published weekly (except holidays, summer and exams) and is distributed free on campus. It is produced by students enrolled in journalism classes, but non-journalism students are welcome on the staff. The Foghorn is partially funded by your student services fee.
Printed Materials Printed materials (displays, posters, petitions, handouts, surveys, etc.) which originate outside the College Relations Office must be presented to the Office of Student Leadership and Campus Life for approval before being distributed or posted.
Here are some details about life on campus that you should know.
Student Identification Cards Student identification cards (IDs) are issued free of charge to you when you first register; however, a charge will be made for replacements (We know, you hate the picture). Also, IDs must be validated each subsequent registration period. Cards are good for admission to College functions, for obtaining library materials, and for using recreational facilities. You should carry it with you at all times and present it upon request. 45
2012-2013 Edition of the Catalog and Student Handbook for Del Mar College in Corpus Christi, Texas