Del Mar College Rankings
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High School GPA
Based on faculty accomplishments, salary, student reviews, and additional factors.
Student Faculty Ratio
Evening Degree Programs
- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.104 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.94 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.92 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities196 Graduates
Business Administration and Management85 Graduates
Chemical Technician84 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science77 Graduates
Occupational Safety and Health Technician46 Graduates
Management Sciences and Information Systems40 Graduates
Diesel Mechanics30 Graduates
Undergrads Over 25
Median Earnings 6 Years After Graduation
Employed 2 Years After Graduation
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Del Mar College Reviews
Before attending Del Mar College, I acquired mixed reviews about the college. Many would say that if I stayed and did my two years here at Del Mar, then I would stay and later attend TAMUCC. They compared the school to The University of Texas at Austin which is nationally ranked as a top university. I had my differences but I chose to apply and later got accepted to Del Mar and man it really changed my life. I was going through a financial crisis and still wanted to continue my education, and Del Mar College really made it work! Not only does Del Mar have a wide variety of majors and programs to choose from, their classes are all transferable to other colleges and also are some of the cheapest classes a college student in Texas could pay for. I recently met up with a couple of friends that actually attended the UT and TAMU and I was better off. Not only is their tuition substantially more expensive then mine, but academically, they were failing their classes and I maintained a 3.5 GPA at Del Mar College. Overall, Del Mar College has been a terrific experience with multiple oppourtunities to better your life and also helpful tutoring session across the campuses. I give the college an "A+."
When I first started College I attended a University and thought that, that was the place for me. However after 2 years I made the decision to attend a smaller college because it was closer to me, money got tight, and I was ready to move on with my life. I absolutely love the fact that Del Mar College is a lot smaller because I come from a small town so the class at Del Mar feel more at home I have small classes instead of being in classes of 300 people. When you are in a smaller college and smaller classes your professor actually care about you and treat you like an actually person not just a pay check. I would say that if you are trying to get your life going and are not in to the frat/sorority life and still acting like a high schooler then the best place to attend is Del Mar! You will be in class with people that have a family or working on starting a family that are no longer about the party life but about the real life. When it comes to Del Mar College I would have to say that we stand out because our school actually cares about us as people not just as a pay check. Del Mar has respect for us and is there to help with anything that you can possible think of . If I could go back from day one personally I would of never attended a university because I was at a different part in my life then the kids at the university were.
Del Mar has provided me with the best education available. The professors are reliable, attentive, and open-minded. Everyone is treated equally and given the same opportunities to excel in the class. The registrar, and advisers are extremely helpful with any concerns or tasks you may need. Del Mar comes with many great qualities but one change that could be made is the library hours, students often have crazy schedules and should be able to access the library at any time needed.