Important dates

Important academic dates

To see important dates for the Spring/Summer 2013 semester 7-week courses, please refer to MyCampus. 

 Fall 2013Winter 2014Spring/Summer
2014 (14-Weeks)
Full-time students may process timetable changes through MyCampus beginning at 4 p.m.August 26December 19May 2
Registration for part-time students beginsAugust 26 January 2, 2014May 5
Last day for program registration, program changes and course additionsSeptember 10January 10May 9
Last day for full-time students to officially withdraw with a refund of fees paid, less a $100 administration feeSeptember 17January 17May 16
Last day for full-time students to drop to part-time status with a partial refund of semester tuition fees. (Ancillary and school supply fees are not refundable.)September 17January 17 May 16
Last day for part-time students to withdraw with tuition fee refund less a $30 administration feeSeptember 17January 17May 16
Last day to submit a Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) or subject transfer/exemption/credit request(s).September 17January 17May 17
Last day for withdrawal from a course with no academic record; courses dropped after this date will be recorded on the academic transcript with a “W” to indicate withdrawalSeptember 25January 31May 16
Last day to withdraw from a course with no academic penalty; after this date, all courses will be graded and recorded on the academic transcript.November 8March 20July 18
Last day of classes for most programsDecember 6April 17August 15
Final examinations/evaluation(s); students are reminded not to schedule vacation or employment hours during this timeDecember 9 to 13 (January 6 and 7, 2014 are scheduled as tentative snow dates)April 21 to 25Please refer to your course outline for exam dates
Missed exam datesJanuary 11, 14 and 16, 2014May 10, 13 and 15Please refer to your course outline for exam dates
Grades are available to view electronically as of 4 p.m.December 19, 2013May 2August 8
Deadline for submission of adjusted marks to clear incomplete (INC) grades; INC grades after this date will revert to the grade originally assigned or a grade of zero (0) if no grade is providedFebruary 4, 2014June 18October 9

Important campus dates

 

August 5Civic Holiday (services closed and classes cancelled)
August 29First-year student orientation (Pickering Learning Site students)
August 29 and 30First-year student orientation (International students)
September 2Labour Day (services closed)
September 3First-year student orientation (Oshawa and Whitby campuses)
September 6

Part-time Job Fair

Women’s soccer home opener versus St. Lawrence at Vaso’s Field (Durham College campus) 6 p.m.

Men’s soccer home opener versus St. Lawrence at Vaso’s Field 8 p.m.

September 7Men’s baseball home opener versus St. Clair at Kinsmen Stadium – double header at 1 and 3 p.m.
September 9First-generation Students’ Orientation Session (first-year students only; information at www.durhamcollege.ca/firstgeneration)
September 12

First-generation Students’ Social (open to all first-generation students; information at www.durhamcollege.ca/firstgeneration)

Women’s fastball home opener versus Conestoga at Durham Field (Durham College Campus), 6:30 p.m.

September 16Peer tutoring for fall 2013 semester begins.
September 30

Student Health Insurance Plan opt-out deadline for September-start students www.ihaveaplan.ca

Deadline to add your co-curricular activities to your record at www.durhamcollege.ca/ccr (fall graduates)

Deadline for the Founder’s Cup Award of excellence application to be submitted to the Student Life office (fall graduates)

October 10Further Education Expo from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
October 14Thanksgiving Day (services closed and classes cancelled)
October 22

Women’s basketball home opener versus Seneca at CRWC Gyms 1 and 2, 6 p.m.

Men’s basketball home opener versus Seneca at CRWC Gyms 1 and 2, 8 p.m.

October 24

Women’s volleyball home opener versus Trent at CRWC Gyms 1 and 2, 6 p.m.

Men’s volleyball home opener versus Trent at CRWC Gyms 1 and 2, 8 p.m.

November 1Fall Convocation
November 28Scholarship ceremony
November 29Final date to submit an application to receive peer tutoring for the fall 2013 semester
December 24, 2013 to January 1, 2014Services closed for the holiday season
January 2First-year student orientation (International students)
January 3First-year student orientation
January 20Peer tutoring for winter 2014 semester begins
January 31

Student Health Insurance Plan opt-out deadline for January-start students
www.ihaveaplan.ca

February 5Job Fair in CRWC Gyms 1, 2 and 3 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information visit www.durhamcollege.ca/hired
February 17Family Day (services closed and classes cancelled)
February 20 to 22OCAA Women’s Volleyball Championship at Durham College
February 24 to 28Winter break week for post-secondary and day release apprenticeship students
February 28T2202As available online via MyCampus at 4 p.m. for the previous calendar year.
March 22

OCAA Basketball All-Star game at Durham College

OCAA Volleyball All-Star game at Durham College

April 4Final date to submit an application to receive peer tutoring for the winter semester
April 18Good Friday (services closed and classes cancelled)
April 30

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)

MayStudents in the spring/summer 2014 semester (14- or 7-week courses) are encouraged to contact Student Academic Learning Services for peer tutoring
May 1First-year student orientation (International Students)
May 2First-year student orientation (Oshawa and Whitby campuses)
May 19Victoria Day (services closed and classes cancelled)
May 31Student Health Insurance Plan opt-out deadline for May-start students
www.ihaveaplan.ca
June 19 and 20 Spring Convocation
 July 1Canada Day (services closed and classes cancelled) 

Notes:

  1. Official Withdrawal forms must be completed by the student and submitted to the Office of the Registrar.
  2. The administration fee for international students will vary.

These dates represent the best information at time of publication. The College reserves the right to make changes subject to amendments to existing legislation, Collective Agreements, or as required by the College. Dates may vary slightly from program to program.

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