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1 STAY CONNECTED 2 HOT NEW PROGRAMS 7 CAMPUS TOURS 7 PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES 33 APPLY NOW PROGRAMS

2 find out why everyone hearts DC... At Durham College, the student experience comes first. Beginning with our first graduating class of just 53 students in 1969 to the more than 60,000 graduates we now proudly call our alumni, we continue to ensure our students receive the best possible education gain the most up-to-date skills during their time with us. More than 30,000 students study at Durham College each year, securing their futures through a variety of full- part-time, apprenticeship, continuing education career development programs in several different areas of importance to the current economy including art, business, community services, continuing education, culinary, design, emergency services, health, information technology, justice, renewable energy, science, hospitality, skilled trades the environment. In addition, we offer numerous pathway opportunities through agreements with many universities in Canada around the world. These agreements allow you to pursue your university degree in less than the traditional amount of time /or earn a degree without repeating certain courses. We also offer several graduate certificate programs as well as fast-track programs, which enable you to complete your diploma requirements in as little as two semesters if you have an appropriate degree from an accredited university. Our Oshawa Whitby campuses are located in the heart of Durham Region, just 40 minutes east of Toronto with our Pickering Learning Site located 25 minutes east of the city, just north of Highway 401. All three locations offer access to sports, entertainment, education music; are close to Canada s leading business cultural centre; enable you to ski, snowboard, hike, walk, bike, windsurf, sail, fish more within 30 minutes of campus. In addition, our Whitby campus is home to our br new Centre for Food, an incredible new learning centre based on the field-to-fork concept that offers a full-service, green-certified teaching restaurant lounge state-of-theart labs, classrooms meeting spaces to accommodate students pursuing careers in the culinary, hospitality, tourism agriculture sectors. Of course if you prefer the indoors, you can always visit one of the many shopping malls /or restaurants located in Durham Region or check out one of the theatre or concert events that happen on a regular basis. Take a read through the following pages, call or visit to find out more about why everyone hearts DC! Please note: Durham College strives to ensure the accuracy of the information in this publication. Academic curriculum is continually reviewed revised to ensure program quality relevancy. As such, the college reserves the right to modify or cancel any course, program, fee, procedure, timetable or location at any time. Please visit for the most current STAY CONNECTED There are countless ways to stay connected to Durham College at any time from anywhere. This includes our website at our Facebook page at our address at Alternatively you can find us via Twitter at on Youtube at We also encourage students to keep in touch through the DC Cares online form suggestion boxes found on campus or you can us at Whether you , tweet, call or spend some time on our website, we look forward to hearing from you!

3 Table of contents Aboriginal Student Centre 25 Academic information policies 21 Admissions/how to apply 14 Apprenticeship training 165 Athletics 11 Budget counselling 23 Campus Library (learning resources) 26 to 27 Campus Recreation Wellness Centre 11 Career Services 27 Community Employment Services 30 Continuing education 30 Dates to remember 18 Centre for Students with Disabilities 26 Fees chart 167 to 168 Fees/fees policy 19 to 20 Financial assistance (Financial Aid Awards office) 23 Graduate certificate fast-track programs 31 Health Centre 26 Highly competitive selection programs 15 ID card 24 Intercollegiate Athlete Academic Success Program (IAASP) 24 International students 28 Laptop learning 13 Media Services 27 On-campus employment (work study) 23 Pathway opportunities 33 Peer tutoring/study skills via Student Academic Learning Services (SALS) 26 Prior Learning Assessment Recognition (PLAR) 32 Program index A to Z areas of study 4 to 5 Residence 10 Riot Radio (campus radio station) 25 Safety on campus 24 Scholarships, bursaries awards 23 to 24 Seeking a new career path/second career 17 Student Association (SA) 25 Student life 25 to 26 Student services 23 to 26 Transfer credits/advanced sting 32 Transit 12

4 Program index A to Z Note: Graduate certificate compressed fast-track programs are shown in green require a degree, diploma or equivalent for admission consideration. Durham College continues to launch new programs in fast-growing areas of the economy. Please visit to learn more. 911 Emergency Call Centre Communications...35 A Academic Upgrading College Preparation...36 Academic Upgrading Pre-Health...36 Accounting Business (two-year)...37 Accounting Business Administration (three-year)...38 Accounting Business (two-year) transfer program to University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) Bachelor of Commerce (Hons)...39 Activation Coordination in Gerontology (graduate certificate) NEW...40 Addictions Mental Health (graduate certificate)...41 Advanced Law Enforcement Investigations (graduate certificate)...42 Advertising Marketing Communications (two-year)...43 Animal Care...44 Animation Digital Arts (two-year)/animation Digital Production (three-year)...45 Architectural Technician (two-year)...46 Architectural Technology (three-year)...47 Automotive Service Technician apprenticeship B Biomedical Engineering Technology...48 Biomedical Engineering Technology (compressed, fast-track)...49 Biotechnology Advanced...50 Biotechnology Advanced (compressed, fast-track)...51 Broadcasting for Contemporary Media...52 Business Fundamentals...53 C Chemical Engineering Technology...54 Chemical Engineering Technology (compressed, fast-track)...55 Chemical Laboratory Technician...56 Child Youth Worker (compressed)...57 Communicative Disorders Assistant (graduate certificate)...58 Community Integration through Cooperative Education...59 Community Services Child Studies Foundations...60 Computer Programmer (two-year)...61 Computer Programmer Analyst (three-year)...62 Computer Systems Technician (two-year)...63 Computer Systems Technology (three-year)...64 Construction Hoisting Techniques...65 Construction Carpentry Sustainable...66 Contemporary Web Design...67 Cook apprenticeship Court Support Services...68 Critical Care Nursing (e-learning) (graduate certificate)...69 Culinary Skills...70 Culinary Management...71 D Dental Assisting (Levels I II)...72 Dental Hygiene...73 Dental Reception Administration...74 Developmental Services Worker...75 Digital Photography...76 Digital Video Production...77 E Early Childhood Education...78 Electrical Technician Instrumentation Control...79 Electrical Techniques...80 Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology...81 Electrician Construction Maintenance/Electrician Industrial apprenticeship Electronics Engineering Technician (two-year)...82 Electronics Engineering Technology (three-year)...83 Electronics Engineering Technology (compressed, fast-track)...84 Elevating Devices Mechanic apprenticeship Emergency Services Fundamentals...85 Energy Management Sustainable Building Technology...86 Entrepreneurship Small Business Business...87 Entrepreneurship Small Business Business (compressed)...88 Environmental Technology...89 Environmental Technology (compressed, fast-track)...90 Event Management (graduate certificate) NEW...91 F Fine Arts Advanced...92 Fire Life Safety Systems Technician...93 Firefighter Pre-service, Education Training...94 Fitness Health Promotion...95 Foundations in Art Design...96 G Game Development...97 Gas Technician General Arts Science General Certificate...99 General Arts Science Business Preparation NEW...99 General Arts Science Health Preparation...99 General Arts Science Liberal Arts UOIT Transfer NEW...99 General Arts Science Liberal Arts UOIT Transfer Forensics NEW...99 General Arts Science Nursing Preparation UOIT Transfer NEW...99 General Arts Science Science Engineering Preparation NEW...99 General Arts Science Science Engineering Preparation UOIT Transfer NEW...99 General Machinist apprenticeship Golf Facility Operations Management Graphic Design H Hairstylist apprenticeship Heating, Ventilation Air Conditioning Techniques Horticulture Food Farming Horticulture Technician Hospitality Skills NEW Hospitality Management Hotel, Restaurant Tourism Human Resources Business (two-year) Human Resources Business Administration (three-year) Human Resources Management (graduate certificate) I Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) apprenticeship Information Systems Security Computers Networking (graduate certificate) Interactive Media Design International Business Management (graduate certificate) J Journalism Web Print (two-year)/journalism Print Broadcast (three-year) L Law Clerk Advanced Law Clerk Advanced (fast-track) NEW Legal Research Information Management (graduate certificate) Library Information Technician M Marketing Business (two-year) Marketing Business Administration (three-year) Mechanical Engineering Technician Non-Destructive Evaluation Mechanical Engineering Technician Non-Destructive Evaluation (compressed, fast-track) NEW Mechanical Engineering Technician (two-year) Mechanical Engineering Technology (three-year) Mechanical Technician Mechanical Maintenance Control Mechanical Techniques Industrial (online) Mechanical Techniques Plumbing Mediation Alternative Dispute Resolution (graduate certificate) Mobile Crane Operator (Branch I, 339A) apprenticeship Motive Power Technician Service Management Music Business Administration (two-year)/music Business Management (three-year) N Nursing Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) (UOIT/Durham College) O Occupational Therapist Assistant/Physiotherapist Assistant Office Administration (one-year) Office Administration Executive (two-year) Office Administration Legal (two-year) Office Administration Medical (two-year) Operations Business (two-year) Operations Management Business Administration (three-year) P Paralegal Paralegal (graduate certificate) Paramedic Paramedic Advanced Care (hybrid delivery, graduate certificate) Personal Support Worker Pharmaceutical Food Science Technology Pharmaceutical Food Science Technology (compressed, fast-track) Plumber apprenticeship Police Foundations Power Engineering Technician Practical Nursing Pre-Media Project Management (graduate certificate) Protection, Security Investigation Public Relations R Recreation Leisure Services Renewable Energy Technician S Small Engine Technician apprenticeship Social Service Worker Special Events Planning Sports Administration (two-year)/sport Management (three-year) Sport Business Management (graduate certificate) T Tool Die Maker apprenticeship Trades Fundamentals V VFX Digital Cinema (graduate certificate) Victimology (graduate certificate) W Water Quality Technician Web Applications for Mobile Computing (graduate certificate) Welder apprenticeship Welding Techniques Y Youth Corrections Interventions (hybrid delivery, graduate certificate)

5 Program index areas of study Centre For Food Cook apprenticeship Culinary Skills Culinary Management Event Management (graduate certificate) NEW Golf Facility Operations Management Hospitality Skills NEW Hospitality Management Hotel, Restaurant Tourism Special Events Planning School of Business, IT & Management Accounting Business (two-year) Accounting Business Administration (three-year) Accounting Business (two-year) transfer program to University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) Business Fundamentals Computer Programmer (two-year) Computer Programmer Analyst (three-year) Computer Systems Technician (two-year) Computer Systems Technology (three-year) Entrepreneurship Small Business Business Entrepreneurship Small Business Business (compressed) Human Resources Business (two-year) Human Resources Business Administration (three-year) Human Resources Management (graduate certificate) Information Systems Security Computers Networking (graduate certificate) International Business Management (graduate certificate) Library Information Technician Marketing Business (two-year) Marketing Business Administration (three-year) Operations Business (two-year) Operations Management Business Administration (three-year) Project Management (graduate certificate) Recreation Leisure Services Sports Administration (two-year)/sport Management (three-year) Sport Business Management (graduate certificate) School of Health & Community Services Activation Coordination in Gerontology (graduate certificate) NEW Addictions Mental Health (graduate certificate) Child Youth Worker (compressed) Communicative Disorders Assistant (graduate certificate) Community Services Child Studies Foundations Critical Care Nursing (e-learning) (graduate certificate) Dental Assisting (Levels I II) Dental Hygiene Dental Reception Administration Developmental Services Worker Early Childhood Education Fitness Health Promotion Nursing Collaborative (BScN) (UOIT/Durham College) Occupational Therapist Assistant/Physiotherapist Assistant Personal Support Worker Practical Nursing Social Service Worker School of Interdisciplinary Studies & Employment Services Academic Upgrading College Preparation Academic Upgrading Pre-Health Animal Care Community Integration through Cooperative Education General Arts Science General Certificate General Arts Science Business Preparation NEW General Arts Science Health Sciences Preparation General Arts Science Liberal Arts UOIT Transfer NEW General Arts Science Liberal Arts UOIT Transfer Forensics NEW General Arts Science Nursing Preparation UOIT Transfer NEW General Arts Science Science Engineering Preparation NEW General Arts Science Science Engineering Preparation UOIT Transfer NEW Office Administration (one-year) Office Administration Executive (two-year) Office Administration Medical (two-year) School of Justice & Emergency Services Emergency Call Centre Communications Advanced Law Enforcement Investigations (graduate certificate) Court Support Services Emergency Services Fundamentals Fire Life Safety Systems Technician Firefighter Pre-service, Education Training Law Clerk Advanced Law Clerk Advanced (fast-track) NEW Legal Research Information Management (graduate certificate) Mediation Alternative Dispute Resolution (graduate certificate) Office Administration Legal (two-year) Paralegal Paralegal (graduate certificate) Paramedic Paramedic Advanced Care (hybrid delivery, graduate certificate) Police Foundations Protection, Security Investigation Victimology (graduate certificate) Youth Corrections Interventions (hybrid delivery, graduate certificate) School of Media, Art & Design Advertising Marketing Communications (two-year) Animation Digital Arts (two-year)/animation Digital Production (three-year) Broadcasting for Contemporary Media Contemporary Web Design Digital Photography Digital Video Production Fine Arts Advanced Foundations in Art Design Game Development Graphic Design Interactive Media Design Journalism Web Print (two-year)/journalism Print Broadcast (three-year) Music Business Administration (two-year)/music Business Management (three-year) Pre-Media Public Relations VFX Digital Cinema (graduate certificate) Web Applications for Mobile Computing (graduate certificate) School of Science & Engineering Technology Architectural Technician (two-year) Architectural Technology (three-year) Biomedical Engineering Technology Biomedical Engineering Technology (compressed, fast-track) Biotechnology Advanced Biotechnology Advanced (compressed, fast-track) Chemical Engineering Technology Chemical Engineering Technology (compressed, fast-track) Chemical Laboratory Technician Electro-Mechanical Engineering technology Electronics Engineering Technician (two-year) Electronics Engineering Technology (three-year) Electronics Engineering Technology (compressed, fast-track) Energy Management Sustainable Building Technology Environmental Technology Environmental Technology (compressed, fast-track) Horticulture Food Farming Horticulture Technician Mechanical Engineering Technician Non-Destructive Evaluation Mechanical Engineering Technician Non-Destructive Evaluation (compressed, fast-track) NEW Mechanical Engineering Technician (two-year) Mechanical Engineering Technology (three-year) Pharmaceutical Food Science Technology Pharmaceutical Food Science Technology (compressed, fast-track) Water Quality Technician School of Skilled Trades, Apprenticeship & Renewable Technology Automotive Service Technician apprenticeship Construction Hoisting Techniques Construction Carpentry Sustainable Electrical Technician Instrumentation Control Electrical Techniques Electrician Construction Maintenance/Electrician Industrial apprenticeship Elevating Devices Mechanic apprenticeship Gas Technician General Machinist apprenticeship Hairstylist apprenticeship Heating, Ventilation Air Conditioning Techniques Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) apprenticeship Mechanical Technician Mechanical Maintenance Control Mechanical Techniques Industrial (online) Mechanical Techniques Plumbing Mobile Crane Operator (Branch I, 339A) apprenticeship Motive Power Technician Service Management Plumber apprenticeship Power Engineering Technician Renewable Energy Technician Small Engine Technician apprenticeship Tool Die Maker apprenticeship Trades Fundamentals Welder apprenticeship Welding Techniques 5

6 Upcoming events College Information Program (CIP) WHITBY CAMPUS Wednesday, October 30, 2013, 5 to 7 p.m. Whitby campus 1610 Champlain Avenue OCTOBER 30 Representatives from colleges across Ontario will be on h to answer questions offer information about their programs courses. In addition, Durham College will provide program information campus tours. Fall open house OSHAWA AND WHITBY CAMPUSES AND PICKERING LEARNING SITE Saturday, November 16, 2013, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Gordon Willey building 2000 Simcoe Street North Whitby campus 1610 Champlain Avenue Pickering Learning Site 1340 Pickering Parkway, Unit 102 Representatives from all Durham College post-secondary programs at the Oshawa Whitby campuses Pickering Learning Site, in conjunction with student support services representatives, will provide program information, demonstrations campus tours. Spring open house OSHAWA AND WHITBY CAMPUSES AND PICKERING LEARNING SITE Saturday, March 22, 2014, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Gordon Willey building 2000 Simcoe Street North Whitby campus 1610 Champlain Avenue Pickering Learning Site 1340 Pickering Parkway, Unit 102 NOVEMBER 16 MARCH 22 Representatives from all Durham College post-secondary programs at the Oshawa Whitby campuses Pickering Learning Site, in conjunction with student support services representatives, will provide program information, demonstrations campus tours. 6

7 New programs for Campus tours Durham College is pleased to arrange tours to showcase our unique programs, services facilities. Looking to pursue a career in a fast-growing area of the economy? Durham College is committed to bringing new areas of study to Durham Region including programs such as: Activation Coordination in Gerontology (graduate certificate); Event Management (graduate certificate); General Arts Science options; Hospitality Skills; Law Clerk Advanced (fast-track); Mechanical Engineering Technician Non-Destructive Evaluation (compressed, fast-track). For details, please visit For more information on any of our events or to arrange a campus tour, please visit or call In addition, you can find us on Facebook at via Twitter at on YouTube at 7

8 OSHAWA CAMPUS PICKERING LEARNING SITE Learn with us OSHAWA CAMPUS The houses our award-winning Campus Library; Integrated Manufacturing Centre; Centre for Integrated Justice Studies. In addition, it offers biotechnology nursing labs the Campus Recreation Wellness Centre, which features extensive health services, a triple gym, fitness centre, squash courts, aerobic/dance studios an elevated indoor walking/jogging track overlooking the gym. A state-of-the-art Student Services building, intended to support you in your education efforts while fostering lifelong learning, is also located at the. The building houses our Admissions Recruitment office the majority of our student service offerings including Registration Records, Career Services, Financial Aid Awards, Student Life more. PICKERING LEARNING SITE The Pickering Learning Site, offered in partnership with Centennial College, offers a unique, collaborative learning centre designed to meet the needs of students looking to further their in an environment focused on mature, professional learners. Providing innovative curricula delivery, the site offers four Durham College graduate certificate programs in addition to continuing education courses on evenings weekends. It accommodates approximately 300 students provides post-secondary educational opportunities where none previously existed. Durham College graduate certificate programs offered at the Pickering Learning Site include: Addictions Mental Health; Human Resources Management; Victimology; Youth Corrections Interventions. WHITBY CAMPUS Durham College s Whitby campus is home to our award-winning Skills Training Centre, a leading facility in preparing apprentices skilled trades students for a wide range of trades positions that offer excellent pay career prospects as the dem for them grows in Ontario across the country. The campus recently reached the end of a three-phase construction project that has seen $44 million invested in an exped post-secondary presence in Durham Region designed to bring new full-time programs to life help develop the skilled workforce needed for our local communities to grow prosper. The first phase of the project, a comprehensive learning facility designed to train students in renewable energy meet the projected dem for green jobs in Ontario, officially opened in December Phase 1 features: Rooftop solar panels; Wind turbines; Geothermal technology systems; State-of-the art classrooms labs. In May 2011, the second phase of the project officially opened, adding 38,000 additional square feet of space to campus, 13,000 of which is an exped shop area for programs focused on green building trades technology. Phase 2 features: Library Commons; WHITBY CAMPUS New labs, classrooms boardrooms; New Student Association (SA) space; Renovated student services; Residential labs that demonstrate the many changes happening in the construction building trades. 8

9 CENTRE FOR FOOD WHITBY CAMPUS RESEARCH on campus The third phase of the project, the 36,000-square-foot Centre for Food (CFF) located at the northwest corner of campus opened in September Building on the success of the college s first two hospitality-focused programs, Culinary Skills Hospitality Management Hotel, Restaurant Tourism, which both launched in September 2010, the CFF was created in direct response to the dem of the local culinary, hospitality tourism sectors is designed to accommodate approximately 900 additional students studying in culinary, hospitality, tourism, agricultural horticultural programs. CFF features: A full-service green-certified teaching restaurant, which is open to the public; A lecture theatre equipped with a convection oven, gas stove, induction stoves, deep fryer, griddle grill as well as overhead cameras large-screen projection; Public-viewing kitchens surrounded by glass walls equipped with the latest technology; A greenhouse; Vegetable gardens fruit-bearing trees; State-of-the-art labs, classrooms meeting spaces; A retail store featuring products produced by students including fresh-baked items, meals-to-go, preserved foods ready-to-cook meals; Hotel living lab food beverage pairing lab. The Office of Research Services Innovation, established in 2009, provides an important link to the community by conducting applied research designed to help local businesses industry solve technical problems become more competitive. Research teams, comprised of faculty experts students, are formed to work with eligible companies through funding from the Colleges Ontario Network for Industry Innovation; Natural Sciences Engineering Research Council of Canada; the Ontario Centres of Excellence. More than 200 students have participated in research on campus since April 2010, a critical reflection of our commitment to providing you with opportunities to enhance your learning through real-world experiences. For more information, please visit For more information on the CFF, please visit 9

10 Residence If you are looking to live learn, Durham College offering hometown advantages international flair is the place for you. The Simcoe Village South Village residences provide accommodations for 1,360 students. If you are a first-year student, you are guaranteed a spot in residence if you meet the deadline for accepting Durham College s offer of admission apply to residence by the application deadline. Residence application forms are included with your offer of admission you can also apply online at It doesn t get any easier! We deliver the best of both worlds when it comes to residence all the comforts of home in a unique campus community environment. Our Simcoe Village (Central Hall, North Hall South Hall) South Village residences offer a variety of fully furnished suites. Each includes: A kitchenette with mini fridge microwave; A private, three-piece bath; A workspace; Plenty of space for creativity. The Central South halls offer open concept suites featuring two double beds separated by a partition the North Hall South Village residence offer two private bedrooms. When you fill out an application you can rank your suite choices from one to four with acceptance done on a lottery basis. Please note: There is no guarantee which hall type you will be placed into. In addition, both residences feature: 24-hour security; Controlled building access; Furnished lounges; A games room, meeting room common study areas; Individually controlled air conditioning/heating; Light housekeeping every two weeks; A movie lounge with a large screen TV theatre-style seating; On-site laundry, additional kitchen facilities storage space; On-site management; TV, cable, phone high-speed Internet access. T: E: WEST VILLAGE RESIDENCE We also offer the West Village residence, which opened in Featuring beautiful, apartment-style residence suites designed for students in their upper years of study, this residence offers numerous amenities such as controlled access, on-site management, security, on-site laundry, individually controlled air conditioning/heating many social areas. Three six bedroom units are available both include five appliances, parking, networked Internet large bedrooms with spacious closets. For more information, visit 10

11 Athletics Exercising your body is as important as exercising your mind. Durham College s world-class athletic facilities, award-winning varsity program extensive intramural sports leagues enable you to do both right on campus while having access to first-class athletic scholarships! The Campus Recreation Wellness Centre (CRWC) is one of the best athletic facilities in the country with many state-of-the-art features including: A 28,000-sq.-ft. triple gym; A 13,000-sq.-ft. double gym; A 10,000-sq.-ft. fitness centre; Two 900-sq.-ft. aerobic/dance studios; One 900-sq.-ft. spin class studio; Two international-size squash courts; An elevated, 200m indoor walking/jogging track overlooking the gymnasium; An athletic therapy centre; A multi-purpose lounge. In addition, it houses the Health Centre, which provides a mix of health wellness services designed to keep you feeling fantastic all semester long. Services include: A medical clinic featuring extended hours of service on-site doctors, nurses counselling services; A full-service pharmacy; A variety of alternative health services (e.g. massage therapy, physiotherapy, acupuncture, nutritional counselling chiropractic orthotic services). Can t get enough sports? We offer the Campus Ice Centre, which features two NHL-sized ice pads; the Campus Tennis Centre, which is open year round features six Har-Tru (clay) tennis courts; softball soccer fields; varsity sports including men s women s basketball, soccer, volleyball golf; men s baseball; women s fastball. Don t want to compete in a varsity-level sport? Join one of our many intramural sports teams to satisfy your interests including basketball; ice hockey; indoor soccer; road hockey; slo-pitch; touch football; volleyball. CRWC T: E: 11

12 Transit We know that when you re on a budget every little bit helps! The Universal Transit Pass (U-Pass) offers great savings unlimited free use of any Durham Region Transit (DRT) bus (www.durhamregiontransit.com) selected GO Transit buses (www.gotransit.com) operating in Durham Region during the academic year, seven days a week. The cost for the U-Pass is included in your full-time student fees you must show your valid Campus ID card to the bus driver in order to utilize the service. Additional benefits include: Environmentally friendly way to travel; No parking fees; Convenience everyday more than 380 buses enter the bus circle in front of the Gordon Willey building at the ; Access to bus service in all Durham Region communities; Access to the DRT Pulse route, which runs to from the University of Toronto, Scarborough Campus. GM CENTRE You must obtain a valid campus ID card, which confirms eligibility for transit discounts the U-PASS program for full-time students. It is highly recommended that you obtain your campus ID card before September in order to access the many resources services available on campus during the first week of the semester. ANYWHERE TORONTO 12

13 Laptop learning Students enrolled in laptop programs enjoy an exceptional learning experience through the use of technology. The advanced technical skills knowledge that employers look for in graduates will provide you with an advantage when entering the workforce. How laptop learning works: Review your specific program page at for hardware software requirements; Acquire your own laptop from a vendor of your choosing including all of the hardware software components listed on your program page. Please note: Some software may be included in tuition fees for some programs. Please ensure that you are required to buy software before making a purchase. Laptop learning programs for the academic year: Accounting Business; Accounting Business Administration; Advertising Marketing Communications; Broadcasting for Contemporary Media; Computer Programmer; Computer Programmer Analyst; Computer Systems Technician; Computer Systems Technology; Contemporary Web Design; Digital Photography; Digital Video Production; Entrepreneurship Small Business Business; Entrepreneurship Small Business Business (12-month compressed format); Fine Arts Advanced; Graphic Design; Human Resources Business; Human Resources Business Administration; Information Systems Security Computers Networking (graduate certificate); International Business Management (graduate certificate); Interactive Media Design; Journalism Web Print/Journalism Print Broadcast; Marketing Business; Marketing Business Administration; Nursing Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing (UOIT/Durham College); Operations Business; Operations Management Business Administration; Project Management (graduate certificate); Public Relations. Please note: Programs included are subject to change. 13

14 Applying Let us help you every step of the way! provides a wealth of information on our programs academic schools enables you to book a campus tour. APPLYING TO DURHAM COLLEGE You can apply to Durham College online via In addition, you can call ; visit any Ontario secondary school guidance or student services office; or visit one of locations below. Admissions Recruitment office Student Services building 2000 Simcoe Street North Oshawa, ON L1H 7K4 T: E: Whitby campus Admissions Recruitment office (Room 103) 1610 Champlain Avenue Whitby, ON L1N 6A7 T: E: ontariocolleges.ca 60 Corporate Court Guelph, ON N1G 5J3 T: All post-secondary program applicants must submit an application to ontariocolleges.ca, which receives records applications student responses to college offers of admission. A $95 fee must accompany your application. You can make up to five program choices with no more than three choices at any given college. Although you are encouraged to list your choices in order of preference, it will not affect your eligibility for receiving an offer of admission. To be assured equal consideration for your program of choice, your application must be received by ontariocolleges.ca no later than Saturday, February 1 for fall start Wednesday, October 1 for winter start. After those dates, qualified applicants will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis, provided there are program vacancies. Program applications will be accepted until a program is full a wait-list is established. Applicants may accept only one offer of admission at one time. Confirmations of acceptance are completed via ontariocolleges.ca who then notifies Durham College of your decision. For more detailed application procedures, please visit or pick up a copy of the Ontario College Guide at one of the locations listed on this page. QUALIFYING FOR ADMISSION College eligibility The minimum admission requirement for post-secondary programs is one of the following: Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) with the majority (eight of 14) of your senior-level (Grade 11 or higher) credits at the college preparation, university/college preparation or university preparation level; Equivalent secondary school diploma from another province or territory in Canada (Please note: A recognized equivalent to an OSSD may be accepted if you meet the levels, subjects overall averages required for admission to the college. Generally the requirement is successful completion of a Grade 12 diploma except in Quebec where the equivalent is Secondary V); or Equivalent secondary school diploma from outside of Canada. Applicants who have been educated outside of Canada must have their documents evaluated by a credential assessment service submit proof of educational qualifications in order to determine if their level of achievement is equivalent to an OSSD. Please note: Only original or certified copies of academic records will be accepted. In addition, documents not written in English must be submitted with a certified, true translation. Evaluations could take several weeks to complete, so please allow enough time for your results to be forwarded to your college choices in order to meet the admission deadlines. 14

15 ADMISSIONS PROCESS Selection criteria can be based on a combination of the following: Review of academic record; Review of required additional documentation including volunteer/work experience, reference letters, etc.; Test or questionnaire results; Portfolio review; Interview. GENERAL EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (GED) GED is an international high school equivalency testing program for adults who didn t finish high school; have been out of full-time high school for at least one year; or are 18 years of age or older. GED High School Equivalency Certificates are awarded following the successful completion of five stardized tests designed to evaluate skills knowledge in the areas of language arts reading; language arts writing; mathematics; social studies; science. At Durham College, GED certification can only be used for admission to non-highly competitive programs. For highly competitive program selection, you are required to complete prerequisite subject credits submit your successful grades for use in the admission selection process. ACADEMIC UPGRADING ACADEMIC AND CAREER ENTRANCE (ACE)/BASIC TRAINING FOR SKILLS DEVELOPMENT (BTSD) If you are age 19 or older are missing prerequisite subjects, you may be able to upgrade to an acceptable level /or complete a Grade 12 equivalency certificate. Please see Page 36 for more MATURE STUDENT STATUS (MSS) If you are age 19 or older as of the first day of classes do not possess an OSSD or equivalent, you may be considered for admission to the college as a mature student. You will be required to complete the prerequisite subject credit(s) submit your successful grades for use in the admissions selection process for all program admissions. Applicants are considered on an individual basis. Meeting the minimum admissions requirement does not guarantee entrance to a program. PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY Selection is based on the entrance requirements listed under individual program descriptions. All applications received by ontariocolleges.ca on or before February 1 for fall start or October 1 for winter start will be considered equally. Early application is encouraged. Programs that have more individuals apply than seats available by the equal consideration deadline mentioned above will be deemed highly competitive ranked in order. The most qualified applicants will be offered seats or placed on a waiting list. SELECTION PROCESS FOR HIGHLY COMPETITIVE PROGRAMS Selection is based on an average of the four prerequisite senior level subjects (grades 11 or 12 or post-secondary) excluding co-op. If subjects other than English are required for program entry, they will be used as part of the three other grades in the selection average if marks are available. If marks are not available for the prerequisite subject(s), you must currently be registered in the required subject(s). Marks for similar past courses will be substituted as follows: Grade 11 English substituted for Grade 12 English (C, M or U); Grade 11 mathematics substituted for Grade 12 mathematics; Grade 11 biology substituted for Grade 12 biology; Grade 11 chemistry substituted for Grade 12 chemistry; or Grade 11 physics substituted for Grade 12 physics. If multiple subject credit marks are available, the highest mark will be used. Bonus points (if applicable) are as follows: Successful college program one mark/successful semester maximum six points; Successful university program one mark/successful semester maximum six points. Some programs require you to meet additional admission criteria including, but not limited to, specific academic prerequisites; essays, tests or questionnaires; the submission of a portfolio; the inclusion of an entry immunization form. Admission eligibility requirements for each program may vary are listed in detail in the program section of this calendar. It is your responsibility to complete these requirements as part of the admission process. Detailed instructions deadlines will be provided when you apply. Please note: You are responsible for knowing the requirements for entering a particular profession (e.g. physical attributes/qualifications, being addiction free, having a clear Criminal Reference Check, etc.). OFF-CAMPUS CLINICAL/WORK EXPERIENCE Some programs require you to obtain clinical /or work experience with some employers requiring that a criminal record search be done as a condition of work placement. You may be refused a placement opportunity if you do not meet employer or professional health stards, which can disqualify you from participating in clinical /or work experience result in your inability to meet the graduation requirements of your program. 15

16 MINIMUM GRADE REQUIREMENTS Some programs require a minimum grade for individual subject credits as indicated on the program description under the entrance requirements. PRIORITY OF ADMISSION For highly competitive programs, students are accepted according to the following priorities: Permanent resident of Ontario (under review); Permanent resident of other province(s) territory(ies) in Canada; Applicant from other countries. Programs anticipated to be highly competitive for the academic year: Animal care; Child Youth Worker; Communicative Disorders Assistant; Community Integration through Cooperative Education; Dental Assisting (Levels I II); Dental Hygiene; Electrical Technician Instrumentation Control; Heating, Ventilation Air Conditioning Techniques; Music Business Administration/Music Business Management; Paramedic; Practical Nursing; Social Service Worker. Please note: The Admissions Recruitment office reserves the right to add or delete from this list based on, but not limited to, applicant dem /or program changes. CREDIT TRANSFER Through transfer credit assessment, you may be able to use some of the credits earned at other post-secondary institutions. For further information on transfer credit, please contact the Admissions Recruitment office at or or see Page 32. WHEN WILL I BE NOTIFIED? Applicants may be notified of admission decisions for fall-, winter- or spring-start programs beginning February 1 for non-highly competitive programs Monday, March 3 for highly competitive programs. For winter start, highly competitive programs, admission decisions will be issued beginning Monday, November 3. PRIOR LEARNING ASSESSMENT AND RECOGNITION (PLAR) PLAR is a process students can use to gain college credit(s) for learning skills acquired through previous life work experiences. Cidate eligiblitiy is outlined at or visit Page 32 for more OFFERS OF ADMISSION Before admission is considered final, you may be required to meet the following conditions by the stipulated deadline: Completion of secondary school studies to obtain OSSD or equivalent; Completion of particular courses currently enrolled in to meet specific program requirements; Completion of a college preparatory program at the level specified in the program requirements; Submission of specific documentation required by the program (e.g. portfolio of artwork). You will be notified of all conditions of admission. Please note: An offer of admission may be withdrawn if you fail to meet all conditions, confirm acceptance /or pay fees by the stipulated deadlines. WAIT-LIST If you are placed on a wait-list, you will be advised of your status as seats become available. Wait-lists are maintained only until the start of a program. If you remain on a wait-list, you must reapply to the program the following year or for the next start date including repeating all components of the admission decisions process. 16

17 ADMISSIONS DECISIONS At Durham College we strive to work with all applicants in a fair equitable manner our admissions policy is available at If you want to question /or review an admissions decision, please contact an admissions recruitment officer to request an explanation. If you are not satisfied with an explanation you can request an admission review in writing. The associate registrar, Admissions Recruitment, must receive the request within 15 days of an admission decision. The request should include: Your name; Your Durham College ID number; Your ontariocolleges.ca number; The name of the program you applied to; The reason(s) given by the college for not accepting you; The reason(s) you are requesting an admissions review. A written response will be provided within 10 business days. RE-ADMISSION TO DURHAM COLLEGE If you withdraw from your studies or are withdrawn by the college, you are subject to: The current admission requirements for your program of choice; Any conditions outlined to you in order to be re-admitted. If previous college academic progress or conduct is deemed unacceptable, a further admissions review may be required. The college reserves the right to refuse admission or re-admission based on conduct or lack of academic progress. STUDYING AS A FULL-TIME STUDENT The majority of students attend Durham College on a full-time basis, which means they are enrolled in at least 66.6 per cent of the subjects prescribed or at least 70 per cent of the credit hours prescribed in a given semester. The requirements for qualifying as a full-time student for the purpose of Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) funding may vary, please contact the Financial Aid Awards office at or for details. Seeking a new career path? Although some students come to Durham College straight from high school, many come because they ve been laid off are looking to re-train; some are seeking a new career path; others want to upgrade their skills in their current area of employment. No matter which direction you want to go, Durham College offers hundreds of programs courses through full- part-time study that can enable you to earn a diploma, graduate certificate more. Please visit or call for more Second Career program Durham College also offers the provincial government s Second Career program, which is designed to help unemployed workers commit to a long-term training plan to make the transition to a new career. To find out more, call or visit 17

18 Important dates to remember For programs with start dates between Friday, August 1, 2014 Friday, July 31, October 2013 Access to online college application at ontariocolleges.ca. Monday, November 25, 2013 First transmission of applications to colleges by ontariocolleges.ca. Saturday, February 1, 2014 Applications (including fee) received at ontariocolleges.ca on or before this date will be considered equally for fall-start, highly competitive programs. Saturday, February 1, 2014 Earliest release of admissions decisions for non-highly competitive programs, offers will continue to be issued until programs are filled or wait-lists are established. Saturday, February 1, 2014 Transcripts of current or previous secondary or post-secondary education must be received at ontariocolleges.ca with foreign transcripts requiring evaluation by a credential assessment service (CAS), evaluations could take several weeks to complete so please check with your CAS to see if it can submit the evaluation report to ontariocolleges.ca. Monday, March 3, 2014 Expected release date of admissions decisions to highly competitive programs. Thursday, May 1, 2014 Confirmation of acceptance to chosen fall-start college programs to be received at ontariocolleges.ca on or before this date. Wednesday, July 2, 2014 Durham College equal consideration tuition due date for fall-start programs. *Friday, August 22, 2014 Submission of final summer school marks /or outsting documentation required to meet conditions of admission. *Wednesday, September 3, 2014 First-day orientation for fall-start, first-year classes. *Thursday, September 4, 2014 First day of classes. Friday, October 3, 2014 Applications (including fee) received at ontariocolleges.ca on or before this date are considered equally for winter-start, highly competitive programs. Friday, October 3, 2014 Transcripts of current or previous secondary or post-secondary education must be received at ontariocolleges.ca with foreign transcripts requiring evaluation by a CAS, evaluations could take several weeks to complete so please check with your CAS to see if it can submit the evaluation report at ontariocolleges.ca. Monday, November 3, 2014 Expected release date of admission decisions to highly competitive programs for winter-start applicants. Tuesday, November 11, 2014 Confirmation of acceptance to chosen winter-start college programs to be received at ontariocolleges.ca on or before this date. Tuesday, December 2, 2014 Equal consideration tuition due date at Durham College for winter-start programs. Monday, January 5, 2015 First day of January winter-start classes. Friday, February 27, 2015 Expected release date of admissions decisions to all applicants for spring-start programs. Friday, March 13, 2015 Confirmation of acceptance to chosen college program for spring start to be received at ontariocolleges.ca on or before this date. Monday, May 4, 2015 First day of spring-start classes. *Tentative 18

19 Fee information The full-time fees listed below were for the academic year. The Durham College Board of Governors will publish fees for the academic year at a later date as per its approval published guidelines from the Ministry of Training, Colleges Universities. FULL-TIME POST-SECONDARY TUITION FEES The stard tuition fee for Canadian residents is $2, for one academic year (two semesters). International students pay a tuition fee of $11, per academic year (two semesters) for most programs. Please note: Some programs may charge additional cost recovery tuition fees to Canadian international students. Please see pages for a complete list of tuition fees other related costs. Student Association: $ Health plan: $ Dental pan: $88.13 Athletic Complex membership fee: $33.55 Intercollegiate athletics: $34.72 Student assistance program: $12.43 Student Hbook: $5.59 Student ID: $16.77 Information Technology (IT) Services: $ Student Centre: $58.51 Security (24 hr access to computer lab): $25.21 Campus radio station: $10.90 Athletic Centre expansion fee: $ U-Pass transit fee: $ Graduation fee (all first-year direct-entry students): $33.04 Copyright fee: $3.38 Total: $1, *All fees must be paid by the due date indicated on your fee statement. You may choose to opt out of the health dental plans. Opt-out forms are available online or at the Student Centre with proof of medical coverage. Please note: International students must pay an additional $560 for medical coverage student compulsory ancillary fees for part-time post-secondary students are prorated. PROGRAM INCIDENTAL FEES For certain programs, the college may levy a fee over above tuition compulsory ancillary fees for learning materials supplies. A list of the cost of those will be included in your fees statement package. GRADUATION FEE You will pay a $33.04 graduation fee during the first year of your program. ADDITIONAL COURSE FEES You will be assessed for additional tuition fees for each course taken in excess of the normal full-time load for your program level. MISCELLANEOUS FEES Late payment fee: $100 Transcript: $12 Third-party correspondence verification of registration or letter of attendance $4.40 Duplicate copies diploma/certificate: $22 Duplicate receipt: $5.25 T2202A (duplicate or replacement) $6.55 Academic appeal: $25 Grade appeal per subject: $25 Missed examination fee: $150 (per course) Transfer credit (per course) $16 LATE PAYMENT FEE If you fail to pay your fees by the published payment dates, you will be charged a late payment fee of $100 per missed payment. Late payment fees are non-refundable only applied if space remains in the program seats are available. PAYMENT OF FEES Fees can be paid electronically by online banking or credit card. 19

20 FAILURE TO PAY FEES You must pay your fees by the payment deadline. Failure to pay fees or the late payment of fees may result in the withdrawal of an offer of admission the loss of a program seat. The college is not obliged to hold a seat for you if you fail to pay your fees by the payment deadline. INDEBTEDNESS OUTSTANDING FEES If you have outsting fees or other indebtedness, you cannot return to the college or receive your official grades, transcripts, certificates or diplomas until you meet your financial obligation. REFUND OF FEES To be considered for a refund, you must officially withdraw from the college by completing submitting an official Withdrawal form to the Office of the Registrar. If you withdraw within 10 class days of the semester, you will be entitled to a partial refund of fees. No refund, in whole or in part, will be processed if you withdraw after the 10th day of the semester. Note: If your fees have not yet been paid in full, you will be required to pay any outsting balance. TAX RECEIPTS Receipts for tuition, education book amounts (Canada Revenue Agency s Form T2202A) for the previous calendar year are available online by late-february each year. SPONSORED STUDENTS Sponsorship generally means your fees are paid by a sponsoring agency. If you are a sponsored student, you must present a letter of authorization from your sponsor to the Admissions Recruitment office by the payment deadline PARKING RATES Parking lot Annual Semester Monthy Hourly gated lots Hourly pay display Evenings* Weekends** Commencement 1 $550 $275 $150 $4.50/hr Max $14 $5hr Max $35 Flat $3 for 12hrs Flat $3 for 24hrs Commencement 2 $500 $250 $150 $4.50/hr Max $14 N/A Flat $3 for 12hrs Flat $3 for 24hrs Simcoe Village Residence $550 $275 N/A N/A $5hr Max $35 N/A N/A Champions N/A N/A N/A $4.50/hr Max $14 $5hr Max $35 Flat $3 for 12hrs Flat $3 for 24hrs Founders 1 $650 $325 N/A N/A $5hr Max $35 N/A N/A Founders 2/3 $550 $275 $150 $4.50/hr Max $14 $5hr Max $35 Flat $3 for 12hrs Flat $3 for 24hrs Founders 6 $550 $275 N/A $4.50/hr Max $14 N/A Flat $3 for 12hrs Flat $3 for 24hrs Founders 7 $550 $275 N/A N/A $5hr Max $35 N/A N/A Campus Corners $650 $325 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Whitby $550 $275 $150 $4.50/hr Max $14 N/A Flat $3 for 12hrs Flat $3 for 24hrs *Drivers entering the gated parking lots at the Oshawa Whitby campuses after 5 p.m. during the week pay a $2 flat rate should leave the lot before 5 a.m. the next day. **Drivers may park in the gated parking lots at the Oshawa Whitby campuses after 5 p.m. on Fridays until 5 a.m. Mondays by paying a $2 flat rate for 24 hours. 20

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