Dr. Gordon Willey appointed president of Durham College (DC) by the Board of Governors chaired by Stuart Alger.
DC launches 50th anniversary celebrations.
DC officially breaks ground on the CFCE.
DC announces $13-million in funding from the federal government through the Post-Secondary Institutions Strategic Investment Fund toward the construction of the CFCE. When combined with the $22 million in funding received from the provincial government, the total amount being invested in the CFCE is $35 million, the largest single-project investment by government in the college’s history.
DC announces a $22-million grant from the Ontario government to construct the Centre for Collaborative Education (CFCE), which will replace the Simcoe building at the Oshawa campus.
President Don Lovisa signs the Indigenous Education Protocol for Colleges and Institutes, adding DC to the group of more than 45 signatories. Developed by Colleges and Institutes Canada, the protocol aims to support members’ commitment to improving and better serving Indigenous education.
DC and UOIT finalize campus master plan to guide future development with DC’s enrolment standing at 11,200 full-time students.
DC full-time student enrollment surpasses 11,000.
Bistro ’67, DC’s full-service, green-certified, teaching-inspired restaurant at the CFF officially opens.
Phase 3 of Whitby campus expansion completed as W. Galen Weston Centre for Food (CFF) officially opens with state-of-the-art facilities to train students for employment in the agriculture, culinary, event planning, horticulture and hospitality industries.