Durham College has two libraries spread across two campuses:
Most books, technical papers, standards, and any other physical resources for students in the HCTM program will be located at the North Oshawa Library (50 Founders Drive).
Note that you are not allowed to eat food of any kind in the library due to past issues with maintenance and pests.
The library provides access to carrels, group study tables, 160 PC workstations, a 3D printer, recording room and three accessible workstations. You can check out ear plugs, phone/laptop chargers, calculators, and various other supplies at the Circulation Desk.
There are 10 bookable study rooms in the North Oshawa Library that vary in capacity and size.
Guidelines for room booking:
You can book the rooms through the room booking tool on the library website.
There are all sorts of different spaces in the North Oshawa Library to match every study need and style. The library is divided up into zones which dictate the level of noise permitted.
Floor plans for each floor, along with its noise zone designations, can be found here: