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DC positioned as educational and community leader in strategic mandate agreement

The strategic mandate agreement (SMA) between Durham College (DC) and the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (the Ministry), is a testament to DC’s response to the rapid growth taking place within Durham Region, as well as its dedication to meeting the needs of all learners; its broad-based academic strengths; and its commitment to [...]

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Alumni Association donates to CFF landscaping project
Alumni Association Board of Directors makes donation to the Centre for Food

Durham College (DC) would like to offer special thanks to the Alumni Association Board of Directors, which recently approved a donation of $10,000 to help with landscaping at the Whitby campus’ Centre for Food (CFF). This donation contributed to the completion of the landscaping for the north side; in particular, the plants located at the [...]

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Arrest made after incident on campus

Thursday, September 18, 2014 – 2:45 p.m.

Durham Regional Police Service (DRPS) reported that they have arrested an individual in connection to the stabbing incident that took place yesterday outside the Tim Hortons at the Oshawa campus.

On Wednesday, September 17 two males were involved in a dispute that led to an altercation resulting in a [...]

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Strategic Enrolment Services revised hours of operation

At Durham College the student experience comes first, and in an effort to ensure that we have more staff available to serve you when demand is highest, the Strategic Enrolment Services (formerly Office of the Registrar) offices at the Oshawa and Whitby campuses have changed their hours of operation as follows:

 Oshawa – Student Services [...]

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DC and SA sign new agreement
DC and SA sign new agreement

Don Lovisa, president, Durham College (DC) and Ryan LePage, president, Student Association (SA) are pleased to announce that the SA and DC have come to a new agreement that benefits both parties. The agreement will see student fees released and allow the SA to provide DC students with great opportunities and support. The SA also [...]

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Phase 2 of the Campus Master Plan underway

In addition to sharing a campus in North Oshawa, including many campus spaces and facilities, Durham College (DC) and the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) share a commitment to providing students with innovative and rewarding post-secondary education.

As part of that commitment, the college and university also share a need to provide new classrooms, [...]

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Grace period for U-Pass stickers extended

For full-time post-secondary students, your Campus ID card also serves as your U-Pass, allowing unlimited use of any Durham Region Transit (DRT) and limited GO Transit bus routes operating within Durham Region. Additional fares are required on most routes outside of Durham Region.

Unfortunately Durham College (DC) is experiencing a delay in the receipt of [...]

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Experience DC: The experience starts now
The Experience starts now

After three exciting weeks introducing the 15 amazing students who will share their Durham College (DC) experience over the coming year, DC is excited to officially launch Experience DC.

A progressive new marketing campaign Experience DC will bring the college experience to prospective and current students; parents; teachers; and the community via an amazing and [...]

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DC’s Centre for Food named 2014 REmmy Award finalist

Durham College (DC) announced today that its Centre for Food (CFF) has been chosen as a finalist for the prestigious CoreNet Global Canadian Chapter REmmy Award in the Corporate Citizen category. The category recognizes a Canadian organization or individual whose culture and development product/project represents commitment to sustainable design and social responsibility.

“Durham College is [...]

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Centre for Food students yield first beet harvest at Windreach Farm
Centre for Food students yield first beet harvest at Windreach Farm

Durham College (DC) President Don Lovisa, with Susan Todd, dean of the School of Science & Engineering Technology, joined horticulture students at Windreach Farm on Tuesday, August 26 to help yield the first harvest of beets for the Centre for Food (CFF).

As part of the college’s commitment to bring field to fork, the vision [...]

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