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New specialized workshops via CIJS

In partnership with Durham College’s School of Justice & Emergency Services (JES), the Centre for Integrated Justice Studies (CIJS) offers unique training, seminars and workshops for students, alumni and career professionals in justice- and emergency service-related fields.

With the addition of several new specialized courses and workshops the CIJS provides an opportunity to extend learning [...]

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Durham College committed to campus safety

The Durham College (DC) Office of Campus Safety (OCS) is committed to protecting the rights of everyone on campus while ensuring a professional, respectful and safe campus environment. Emphasis is placed on respect for others and safety and security is a responsibility of everyone on campus.

Please see below for a few initiatives that can [...]

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DC architecture students showcase new designs for Town of Cobourg

Students from Durham College’s (DC) Architectural Technician and Architectural Technology programs presented their heritage-inspired designs for the Town of Cobourg’s Downtown Vitalization Action Committee, on December 4.

“The partnership between the Town of Cobourg and Durham College’s Architectural Technician and Architectural Technology programs has been very successful,” said Alison Torrie Lapaire, heritage planner for the [...]

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Sustainability meets charity as DC students pay it forward

Students from Durham College’s (DC) Construction Carpentry – Sustainable program are preparing to give back this holiday season through a partnership with Habitat for Humanity by building birdhouses as gifts for children, to help make this the most wonderful time of the year.

With the curriculum focusing on sustainable construction, students reuse surplus materials in creative ways, including [...]

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DC Alumni Association sells out first-ever etiquette dinner

A sold-out crowd of current Durham College (DC) students and alumni attended the first-ever etiquette dinner hosted by the Alumni Association on November 10. Taking place at Bistro ’67, Fatima De Valentin, an etiquette consultant, walked guests through a full three-course meal with tips and dos and don’ts, for a fun-filled social learning experience.

“The [...]

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Campus Holiday Food Drive provides support for students this holiday season

The annual campus Holiday Food Drive kicks off today and runs until Friday, December 19. Helping to feed many Durham College (DC) and University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) student families in need over the holidays, this special campaign is a joint fundraiser between DC and UOIT in partnership with the Student Association and [...]

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David Milgaard speaks to students at Durham College
David Milgaard, advocate for the wrongly convicted, shared his story at Durham College

Durham College’s (DC) School of Interdisciplinary Studies & Employment Services welcomed more than 500 students, faculty and staff to a presentation by David Milgaard, advocate for the wrongly convicted, at the college’s Oshawa campus on November 5. His visit is an example of the college’s ongoing efforts to bring speakers to campus related directly to [...]

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New Piano in the Pit, Durham College
Music and art collide in the Pit

Many of Durham College’s (DC) students, faculty and staff have heard its beautiful music and seen its incredible artwork, but who knows where the piano in the Pit came from and who had the fun task of making it so unique?

DC’s own Debbie White from the Human Resources department, and her family, graciously donated [...]

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Justin Trudeau visits Durham College
Justin Trudeau visits DC Whitby campus for student Q-and-A session

With Durham College welcoming visits from politicians at all levels of government to provide students with the opportunity to engage in the issues that matter to them, the college hosted Justin Trudeau, member of Parliament (MP) and leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, at the Whitby campus on September 25 where he held a Q-and-A [...]

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DC's student green team
Help make DC green – join the Green Team

Durham College’s (DC) Sustainability Committee, which formed in 2011, has a mandate to promote awareness, understanding and the practice of environmental, social and economic stability at DC. As part of this initiative, the newly formed Green Team is providing students with the opportunity to contribute towards the development of creative ideas and solutions aimed at [...]

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