This form is used by a student to enter into a consortium or contractual agreement that allows the student to continue to receive federal funds for students while studying at an institution other than their home institution. The Corpus Christi RTA has launched a new pilot service route specifically designed for students travelling directly to the Mar College East Campus and Texas A-M University Corpus Christi. The new 66 Crosstown shuttle is now in effect! . This page contains documents on services controlled by the Office of Student Financial Assistance. When selecting the form, please note that the 2019-2020 school year will run from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020. The 2020-2021 school year will run from July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021. NOTE: This bus arrives and departs from the Dicianna Drive stop, between the Harvin Study Centre and the St. Building Clair. More information about the Viking Islander Program (VIP) Like any RTA bus, DMC students can use the Free Route 66 Crosstown shuttle with a valid DMC ID or TAMUCC Student ID. The route leads directly to the college and university, non-stop. This form is used by a student to reflect sudden changes in life (loss of employment, medical expenses, death of a family member, etc.) that may affect their financial assistance.
This is an opportunity to become a Viking and an Insulan! Students who are classified as Texas residents and cannot apply for federal financial assistance are encouraged to complete TASFA. This form must be printed and sent back to our office with all the necessary documents. Click here for up-to-date information. The Arts Association (AA) prepares the student to move to a four-year university for a Bachelor of Arts (BA). Del Mar College offers A.A. degrees in fields related to economics, arts, humanities, science and social sciences This application is intended to be used by a student to apply for university scholarships. Students can use this form to request a reassessment of the end of their financial assistance. Submit your completed claim and supporting documentation for review of the mitigating circumstance to the Office of Student Financial Assistance for verification by the Financial Assistance Contracts Committee.
You will also find instructions for applying for university scholarships via the link above. This form must be used as a screen under the approved SAP application. The Bachelor of Applied Arts – Science (BAAS) is specially designed for a student who has graduated from a Community College of Applied Sciences (AAS). It is an advanced university education that expands and advances applied and technical training.