Durham College

Public University

Durham, Canada

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Durham College, officially known as Durham College of Applied Arts and Technology, was established in Durham, Ontario, Canada. It is established in Ontario Tech University. Started only with 16 classrooms, it had only 205 students and 14 academic staff members. In 1980s, as the number of students g Read more

Highlights Of Durham College

Faculty-Student Ratio

1:14

Founding Year

1967

  • Durham College s affiliated with Canadian Bureau International Education, Canadian Colleges of Athletic Association, Association of Canadian Community Colleges and Association of Universities of Canadian Colleges. 
  • Before Ontario Tech University, Durham College established the partnerships York University and Trent University. 
  • Durham College has a library which is approx. 73,000-square-foot (6,800 m2) with four floors of learning space and a rotunda housing a periodicals collection.
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  • Student association at Durham College publishes several campus newspapers including The Chronicle student newspaper, Riot Radio, and The Water Buffalo.
  • Durham College also has a sports team named Lord’s which plays and participates in tournaments ranges from badminton to basketball, rowing to running, and more.
  • Durham College, in cooperation with Ontario Tech and private enterprise, has developed network infrastructure to support laptop-based learning at both institutions on campus to fastened e-learning process.

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Durham College

Public University

Durham, Canada

Durham College, officially known as Durham College of Applied Arts and Technology, was established in Durham, Ontario, Canada. It is established in Ontario Tech University. Started only with 16 classrooms, it had only 205 students and 14 academic staff members. In 1980s, as the number of students g Read more

Highlights of Durham College

Faculty-Student Ratio

1:14

Founding Year

1967
  • Durham College s affiliated with Canadian Bureau International Education, Canadian Colleges of Athletic Association, Association of Canadian Community Colleges and Association of Universities of Canadian Colleges. 
  • Before Ontario Tech University, Durham College established the partnerships York University and Trent University. 
  • Durham College has a library which is approx. 73,000-square-foot (6,800 m2) with four floors of learning space and a rotunda housing a periodicals collection.
  • The stud
  • Student association at Durham College publishes several campus newspapers including The Chronicle student newspaper, Riot Radio, and The Water Buffalo.
  • Durham College also has a sports team named Lord’s which plays and participates in tournaments ranges from badminton to basketball, rowing to running, and more.
  • Durham College, in cooperation with Ontario Tech and private enterprise, has developed network infrastructure to support laptop-based learning at both institutions on campus to fastened e-learning process.

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