Notice of service disruption

Current Disruption(s)

COVID-19 INFORMATION

COVID-19 update: DC has implemented a vaccination policy for the fall 2021 semester. Learn more.

Program delivery information now available for winter semester.

October 25 – Installation of panelling at Whitby campus Centre for Skilled Trades and Technology

Please be advised that the replacement of the exterior panels on the west side of the Centre for Skilled Trades and Technology (CSTT) at the Whitby campus will take place on Thursday October 28, 2021.

During the installation, the impacted area will be cordoned off and all individuals are asked to avoid the area.  The west entry doors to the CSTT will be closed from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. on October 28. Students, employees and visitors should use the Main Entrance to access the CSTT.

Thank you for your co-operation.

October 18 – Temporary closure of walkway to the north of Campus Recreation and Wellness Centre

Please be advised that due to construction at Ontario Tech University’s Automotive Centre of Excellence building, the walkway located to the north of the Campus Recreation and Wellness Centre and west of the stormwater pond will be closed from mid-October through mid-December.

During this time, pedestrians are asked to use the sidewalk along the Avenue of Champions.

See map of the construction area.

Thank you for your co-operation.

Notice of Service Disruption

Durham College will provide notice of service disruption when any facility and/or technology are unavailable.

A notice of service disruption will include the following:

  • Reason for the disruption
  • Anticipated duration of the disruption
  • Alternate facilities or services, if any
  • Appropriate contact information

NOTICE OF TEMPORARY OR UNPLANNED SERVICE DISRUPTIONS

In the event of a temporary or unplanned service disruption, a notification will be served as quickly as possible via:

A notice placed at the main reception desks and/or in a visible location at the main entrances of all buildings on campus.

NOTICE OF PLANNED SERVICE DISRUPTIONS

In the event of a planned service disruption, the college will provide the public with reasonable notice (at least 10 business days) of any such disruption via:

A notice placed at the main reception desks and/or in a visible location at the main entrances of all buildings on campus.

REPORTING A SERVICE DISRUPTION

Service disruptions can be reported to the specific department or school affected by/responsible for the disruption or to one of the following areas: