Committed to improving young people’s lives

A determination to make a difference led Gloria Shen to persist in her dream – despite the hurdles.

Humans of DC: finding direction

Douglas student Jerson Sabio found his path with the help of friends and family.

From research to reward

These Environmental Science students’ self-directed projects brought them each a $1,000 TD Award

Hitting a home run for Indigenous youth

A history of playing softball helped Sahara Tom find her passion for coaching and kinesiology.

Tech talk: Here’s how you can help us improve our tech services

A Student IT advisory group was created to help inform the College about pressing IT issues experienced by students first-hand.

Rewriting her story and making a difference

Telka Pesklevits

Telka Pesklevits is a poet-activist looking to make positive change within her community.

Get tech support from your peers

Use this helpful service to avoid tech trouble while on campus.

Humans of DC: Carpe Diem

Sydney Clarke, Douglas College student

Douglas student Sydney Clarke has a new outlook on life after recovering from a serious illness.

SHIFT discussions: An interview with Simka Marshall

Image of event poster shows SHIFT in bold, bright orange, red and white. White font underneath says LET'S TALK gender violence. Registration link: douglascollege,ca/shift

Douglas College student Simka Marshall shares her insight on the conversations around gender violence and what makes her hopeful for the future.

Douglas College launches Let’s Do Respect campaign

Poster campaign aims to promote positive student behaviour on campus.