What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think about travelling? For me it’s my Quecha backpack and my soul! Exactly a year ago I was altogether in a different world: I was ready for my Duke’s Nose trek in one of Maharashtra’s (Indian state) finest hiking destinations. Imagine ….rain pouring, lavish greenery in the valley, and snow-white waterfalls in the background. Well this is a typical monsoon day in India, and I just can’t get enough of it. I recently did the Joffre Lake Hike and this was… Read More
Philosophy instructor Dr. Elliot Rossiter’s research project on housing insecurity has received nearly $585,000 in funding.
Nov. 30, 10:00am -- The College will open at noon (12pm) today. All classes, events and activities starting after noon (12pm) will continue as scheduled. All in-person and online classes, events and activities starting BEFORE NOON (12pm) are cancelled. Check the Douglas College website douglascollege.ca for more information.
November 30, 6:30am -- Due to ongoing winter weather conditions at both campuses, the College will be closed this morning. All morning in-person and online classes, events and activities starting before noon (12pm) are cancelled. The buildings will remain open; however, services such as Enrolment Services, Library, Bookstore, Fitness Centre and the Cafeteria will be closed.
Today is our 52nd anniversary!
Douglas College has been awarded a silver rating for environmental sustainability initiatives through the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating System (STARS)! From reducing greenhouse gas emissions by upgrading our facilities to eliminating single-use plastic water bottle sales, protecting the environment is a top priority for us. We look forward to using this rating as momentum to further our commitment to climate action.
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