Starting Friday, March 7, the First Generation office will be providing students with an opportunity to participate in a Mindfulness Meditation program – sessions will take place from noon to 1 p.m. Friday in the Student Services building for 4 weeks starting Friday, March 7 until Friday, March 28.
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Fees are due for Spring 2014 semester for September start – 3 semester programs.
Designed especially for college students, our Preview Day events will show you how to turn your diploma into a degree and reach your full potential.Discover Lakehead’s unique college transfer opportunities Ask on-hand experts questions about your program of interest Learn about program-specific admission requirements and applications Explore our two beautiful campus locations
WEDNESDAY, MARCH [...]
Confirmation of acceptance to chosen college program for spring start to be received at ontariocolleges.ca on or before this date.
Last day to withdraw from January start courses with no academic penalty.
Representatives from all Durham College post-secondary programs at the Oshawa and Whitby campuses and Pickering Learning Site, in conjunction with student support services representatives, will provide program information, demonstrations and campus tours.
Oshawa campus, Gordon Willey building: 2000 Simcoe Street North
Whitby campus: 1610 Champlain Avenue
Pickering Learning Site: 1340 Pickering Parkway, Unit 102
Fees are due for spring/summer 2014 semester courses.
Final date to submit an application to receive peer tutoring for the winter 2014 semester
Web registration opens for fall start students with Spring/Summer 2014 semester courses and January start programs (April 8-9, 2013).
The Youth Corrections and Interventions Graduate Certificate program is organizing a full day event which includes expert speakers, performances and resources. The event will focus on methods of harnessing technology access to benefit young people who will grow up with ample exposure to these systems. This event aims to address aspects of social media use, [...]
Last day to apply to graduate for courses ending April 2014.
Winter semester examinations/final semester evaluation(s) conclude with exams running from Monday, April 21 to Friday, April 25, 2014 for Oshawa/Pickering/Whitby post-secondary students.
Deadline to add your co-curricular activities to your record at www.durhamcollege.ca/ccr (all students)
Deadline for the Founder’s Cup Award of Excellence applications to be submitted to the Student Life office (spring graduates)
Orientation for all May start International students.
Students in the spring/summer 2014 semester (14- or 7-week courses) are encouraged to contact Student Academic Learning Services for peer tutoring
Registration for Oshawa campus part-time students begins.
Last day for spring/summer semester course additions or program changes.
Last day to submit a Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) request for most spring/summer courses.
Last day to withdraw from most Spring/Summer courses with no academic record. Courses dropped after this date will be recorded on the academic transcript with a “W” to indicate withdrawal.
Last day for application for spring/summer semester subject credit/external transfer credit.
Last day of classes for most spring 7 week courses.
Spring 7 week course grades are available to view electronically as of 4 p.m. Official distribution date for the purpose of academic appeals.
Last day for full time students to withdraw from their summer courses without academic penalty.
Web registration opens for 1st year students who have paid for fall semester (July 15-17, 2014).
Last day to withdraw from most Spring/Summer 14 week courses. After this date all courses will be graded and recorded on the student’s transcript.
Grades are available to view electronically as of 4 p.m. Official distribution for the purpose of academic appeals.
Last day of classes for most Summer 7 week courses.
Summer 7 week courses grades are available to view electronically as of 4 p.m. Official distribution for the purpose of academic appeals.