DC Lord’s Beach

DC Lord's Beach

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DC Lords of the Gym Workouts

Work up a sweat with virtual workouts provided by our very own DC Lord student-athletes;

Fernando Saurez, Catcher/First Base/Designated Hitter, Baseball, Fitness & Health Promotion, Whitby Campus

Lords Men's Rugby Team, join the Men's Rugby Team for this quick workout!

Durham College Spotify

Check out playlists created by students just like you!

Check out The Durham College Orientation Week Playlist here!

Tuesday, September 8 

DC Program Orientation - 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. - Session Times Vary
Program Orientation provides new students with program-specific information. This is also a great opportunity for you to meet your faculty and fellow students and learn the requirements and expectations for your specific program.
Find your program's Session here!

Virtual Services Fair 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m

The Annual Service Fair has gone virtual! Drop in to one of the various google-meets rooms below to find out more about the various services available to you at Durham College!

Please note - Rooms will only be active staffed on September 8, 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

AI Hub
Career Development and Co-op
Strategic Enrollment Services
Campus Health
Access and Support Centre

Campus Cup 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Keeping the tradition alive, the Durham Lords men’s and women’s soccer teams will face-off against the Ontario Tech Ridgebacks teams in a virtual Campus Cup – live from the DC Esports Arena. Both schools will have 3 representatives from each team competing in FIFA.

Tons of prizes for viewers tuning in on the DC Esports Arena Twitch available via durhamlords.com/campuscup2020 including grand prizes of an Ipad and PS4!

Wednesday, September 9

First Day of School Smudge  9:00 a.m.

Traditional Knowledge Keeper and Grandmother Kim Wheatley of Shawanaga First Nation, will lead us in a virtual Smudge and prayer to start the year off with a good mind and a good heart. If you have access to Traditional Medicine, (Sage, Cedar, Sweetgrass, Tobacco) then please feel free to utilize at home while Kim Smudges us virtually. Smudging helps to release any negative energy that we may be carrying and can help each individual to find balance and harmony.
The link to join the event will be sent to you a half hour before it starts.

Tuesday, September 15

Indigenous Learning Circle 10:00 a.m.

Indigenous Learning Circles are intended to enrich the Indigenous Histories and Reconciliation Module experience by providing the staff/students opportunity to ask questions about the content to increase learning and have meaningful conversations that are necessary for our increased understanding and intercultural competency.

Together we will explore ideas, share resources and best practices in a safe supportive environment.

To see availability or schedule a time with her, just email Julie; our indigenous coach, at julie.pigeon@durhamcollege.ca

Wednesday, September 16

DC Community Dialogue on Anti-Black Racism: Part 3: Student Voices 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Sharing lived experiences of being Black on Campus. Part three of this series opens the floor specifically to DC students so they can share what they want DC employees to know about their experiences of being Black on campus. 
These events are co-presented by the Office of Student Diversity, Inclusion and Transitions, the DC Black Student Success Network, the DC Social Justice Week committee, and DC Students Inc.
Click here to register/watch live!

Thursday, September 17

Traditional Teaching with Shirley Williams – 12:00 p.m.
Elder Shirley Williams will be available via Zoom for students to meet privately with her from 10-12, she will then go into a teaching of her choosing from 12-1 and then available again for students from 1-2 pm.

To see availability or schedule a time with her, just email Julie; our indigenous coach, at julie.pigeon@durhamcollege.ca