On-Campus Housing At Durham College, we offer the best of both worlds when it comes to residence – all the comforts of home in a unique campus community experience. Our residences offer convenience, great friendships and the chance to connect with all that campus life has to offer. The Simcoe Village and South Village residences offer safe, clean, and comfortable living accommodations for 1,360 students. First-year students are guaranteed a spot in residence if they meet the deadlines for accepting Durham College’s offer of admission and applying to residence. Students enrolled in January-start programs may apply to residence and will be approved based on room availability. Our residences offer a number of different room options. Residence Features All residences feature: TV, local cable, phone, and high-speed Internet access Double beds Private bathrooms On-site laundry, additional kitchen facilities and storage space 24-hour security Controlled building access On-site management Furnished lounges Individually controlled air conditioning/heating A movie lounge with a large-screen TV and theatre-style seating A games room, meeting room and common study areas Light housekeeping every two weeks Simcoe Village SOUTH HALL AND CENTRAL HALL You can choose from two variations of a spacious open-concept model. These fully furnished suites include: Two double beds separated by a partial wall A three-piece bath A kitchenette A workspace Plenty of space for creativity and relaxation NORTH HALL These fully furnished suites include: Two private bedrooms A three-piece bath A large kitchenette A workspace South Village This residence facility features fully furnished suites that include: Two private bedrooms A three-piece bath A small kitchenette A workspace A small seating area Note: Students living in South Village residence must purchase a mandatory meal plan. Meal Plans Students living in South Village Residence must purchase one of the six available mandatory dining plans. Students living in Simcoe Village can purchase either a mandatory or voluntary dining plan. Apartment-style Residences Owned and managed by London Properties Corporation, these new units were designed to offer students in their upper years of study the independence of apartment living while residing on campus. Each 27-unit building can house a total of 108 students.