COVID-19 Information

Our fall semester is now under way, and DC is committed to providing students with a high-quality academic experience. For a full list of what is open on campus
or operating virtually, please visit our 
COVID-19 fall semester page.
Latest update: Winter Semester 2021
Learn more about courses and services being offered remotely. Report if you are unwell

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Virtual tour

Virtual tour

Explore DC’s campuses from your own home. Choose your own adventure from the videos below to visit specific spaces.

Oshawa Campus

Gordon Willey Building

Named after Durham College’s (DC) first president, the Gordon Willey building is the hub for campus life at the Oshawa campus. The 265,000-square-foot building houses state-of-the-art facilities for many programs and services including the 8,000-square-foot Integrated Manufacturing Centre, rapid prototyping and computer-aided labs, lecture theatres, prayer rooms, the Police Education and Innovation Centre, learning commons, the marketplace food court and dental labs to name a few.

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Student Services Building

The Student Services building opened to serve students on December 20, 2010. Services in this building include: Career Development, Office of Student Diversity, Transition and Inclusion, Financial Aid and Awards, International Education Office, Office of the vice-president, Student Affairs, Student Academic Learning Services, Student Accounts Receivable and Student Enrolment Services.

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Centre for Collaborative Education (CFCE)

DC celebrated the opening of the new Centre for Collaborative Education (CFCE) in October 2018. A legacy project tied to the college’s 50th anniversary in 2017, the CFCE has replaced the college’s aging Simcoe building, which was originally built as a temporary structure and opened in 1969.
The multi-level, 75,000-square-foot-facility prioritizes the student experience in all aspects of its design and function. Along with abundant collaborative learning and social spaces, it holds industry-grade, cutting-edge labs, entrepreneurial and maker spaces, and inclusive learning environments.

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Campus Recreation and Wellness Centre

The 90,000-square-foot Campus Recreation and Wellness Centre (CRWC) opened in June 2007. It offers a 28,000-square-foot triple gymnasium with areas for volleyball, basketball and badminton; the Flex, a 10,000-square-foot fitness centre; and an outstanding Campus Health Centre. DC's athletic facilities welcome more than 10,000 users a month. Students, employees and community residents all utilize the variety of fitness and recreational opportunities provided by the college.

The Campus Health Centre offers a variety of services including, massage therapy, acupuncture, chiropractic therapy, nutrition, mental health services, a pharmacy and a medical clinic.

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Whitby Campus

Main building

In December 2009, DC proudly opened the first phase of the Whitby campus project, a comprehensive learning facility designed to train students in renewable energy and meet the projected demand for green jobs in Ontario. Students now have access to renewable energy equipment and training in a living laboratory environment focused on geothermal technology systems, solar cell systems and solar water heating, preparing them for a wide variety of exciting career opportunities.

Phase 2 opened in May 2011, adding phenomenal new space to the campus including an expanded shop area for student-use and programs focused on green building trades and technology. Phase 2 houses new energy labs, classrooms and boardrooms; new Student Association space; a renovated reception area and two new residential labs to give students a sense of the many changes happening in the construction and building trades sector.

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W. Galen Weston Centre for Food

Focused on field-to-fork and sustainable business practices, the spectacular W. Galen Weston Centre for Food is home to DC’s programs in culinary, food and farming, horticulture, hospitality, and special events management, along with a retail store and Bistro ’67, a fine dining restaurant.

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Campus Recreation and Wellness Centre

Open with limited and controlled access only for those with scheduled in-person academic classes. For more information please visit the fall semester page.

Flex Centre

Weight Area

Stretch Area

Row Machine Area

Bike Area

Gyms

Gyms 1 & 2

Atrium

Gyms 3, 4, 5

Viewing Area