Come out and meet new students!

Aboriginal Resource Centre plans a variety of educational, cultural, and fun activities for all of our new and returning students.

We are open to all students at Humber who have questions, are working on projects or would like to get involved through volunteering.

Some of the services we provide:

  • Indigenous Student Association (ISA)
  • Elder counseling
  • Peer tutoring access
  • Quiet computer and study space
  • Bursary and Funding applications
  • Academic counseling
  • Personal Services
  • Workstudy & Volunteer opportunities

Students are the heartbeat to our centre. Read below about some of our current student testimonies about their experience with the Aboriginal Resource Centre! 

 

Lorralene Whiteye photo- Paralegal Student

The Humber Aboriginal Resource Centre helped me by providing a convenient study space and a place to meet new friends. The ARC also provides traditional workshops/gatherings that allows me to feel a sense of belonging in-between the mundane and routine daily hassles of being a student." Lorralene Whiteye- Paralegal Student, Onigaming First Nation

 

Charles Petahtegoose photo

 

 "It has provided a good place to study, but mostly the welcoming environment from the staff has made the transition to Humber a lot easier. I went to another College before, and this time the transition to a big city and a new school has been easier."-  Charles Petahtegoose- Civil Engineering Student, Atikamikshing Anishinaabek