Aboriginal students (First Nations/Metis/ Inuit) come from many distinct communities and territories across Canada. Humber offers services to assist with transition, academic, educational, personal and career support for all students. Aboriginal students also have access to an Elder, counselling, study area, peer mentoring and cultural activities. Students meet weekly at Humber North Campus in room D149 and Humber Lakeshore Campus in room H205, and help with campus events such as powwows, socials, keynote speakers and lecture series.
If you are interested in Aboriginal history and culture you may want to check out the Indigenous Knowledge Program, which offers either General Education courses or a certificate. For information, visit humber.ca/indigenousknowledge.
The Accounting Centre is a resource available to all students enrolled in accounting courses for diploma, degree, certificate and part-time programs. We provide assistance with textbook concepts, homework questions and an overall understanding of course material from first to eighth semester.
Help is available for the following computer software packages:
– Simply Accounting
– Profile – T1 and T2 Plus
We will work with you on an individual basis to help you achieve your goals. The Accounting Centre provides students with flexible and convenient learning assistance.
Humber North Campus – Room E221
416.675.6622 ext. 4929 or ext. 5503
Humber Lakeshore Campus – Room H100B
416.675.6622 ext. 3889
For hours of operation visit, business.humber.ca/student-support/academic-centres/accounting-centre.
As a Humber grad, you are entitled to a number of services and benefits including preferred rates with our affinity partner Manulife Financial, and discounted tickets and rates from over 20 perks partners. On campus benefits include reduced membership to our athletics facilities, free access to the career centre and library. Contact us to obtain your complimentary alumni card so you can take advantage of these benefits.
We want to share alumni successes, so be sure to keep us updated with your current contact information. We will also share news about Humber by sending you a copy of our alumni magazine, Humber dialogue. We look forward to being in touch with you.
Office of Advancement & Alumni Relations
humber.ca/alumni - firstname.lastname@example.org - 416.673.0152
@HumberAlumni - #HumberAlumni
Humber's Career Centre provides a range of specialized services to full-time students including one-to-one advising and has resources on self-assessment, goal development, job search, and interview and resumé preparation. As well, the Career Centre runs a number of networking and career events to prepare you for success in today's employment market. For information on job opportunities or services available, go to www.careers.humber.ca, or call 416.675.6622 ext. 4966, or drop by the office serving your campus:
Humber North Campus - Room H 107
Humber Lakeshore Campus - Room H 201
Humber Orangeville Campus - By appointment
Career Advancement Service (CAS) is a free one-to-one coaching service for registered part-time/continuing education students and alumni. Whether you are looking to assess your skills and interests, changing your career direction, planning your education strategy, or seeking job search advice, we can help you advance your career. We also offer a resumé review service for a fee of $25. Our qualified coaches can help you strengthen your current resumé by making it more professional, strategic, and marketable. Please visit www.humber.ca/careeradvancement to learn more and to book an evening appointment.
Humber is committed to providing inclusive opportunities for students with disabilities to participate in all aspects of student life. Disability Services partners with students and faculty to ensure that the academic environment is fully accessible. There are a range of confidential services that students can access including assistive technology and learning supports. We welcome inquiries from students seeking more information about how our services can assist.
Humber North Campus – Room B112
Humber Lakeshore Campus – Room A120
416.675.6622 ext. 3331
Monday – Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
For further information, please visit our website at humber.ca/disabilityservices.
Part-time OSAP may be available for high-need part-time students working toward a postsecondary certificate or diploma (OSAP criteria apply). For further information, visit the Ministry website at osap.gov.on.ca (link is external).
Tuition bursaries may be available to students who are: enrolled in a postsecondary program; attending part-time; in the final semester of their program; have satisfactory academic standing and have a proven financial need. For more information visit the Financial Aid Office.
A continuing education tuition bursary is available to assist part-time students who are experiencing financial hardship. Preference will be given to part-time students who demonstrate academic success and commitment to their program of study at Humber (must have completed at least 25 per cent of their program/certificate to date).
Only limited funds are available.
Application forms are available here or from the Financial Aid office.
Each fall Humber will grant one award to a continuing education student who has completed at least 50 per cent of a provincially assisted continuing education certificate and has shown academic excellence in their course of study. The winner will have overcome significant barriers such as language, family/work responsibilities to attend Humber.
Humber North Campus:
416.675.6622 ext. 4590 – room D133
Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Humber Lakeshore Campus:
416.675.6622 ext. 3235 – room A118
Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Humber offers a wide variety of food venues that are sure to suit most everyone’s tastes, Along with traditional fare, a variety of vegetarian, vegan, made without gluten and Halal food options are available.
Humber North Campus: The Food Emporium features Booster Juice, Pizza Pizza, Coyote Jack’s Grille, MR. SUB, Mucho Burrito, Made in Japan Teriyaki, Menutainment, Tim Hortons Self-Serve plus a wide variety of fresh salads and sandwiches. This is just the beginning as you can also visit our full-service Tim Hortons, Williams Fresh Café in the University of Guelph-Humber, the Ackee Tree Caribbean take-out restaurant, LinX Lounge featuring Smokes Poutinerie, Second Cup, Gourmet Express and The Humber Room fine-dining restaurant. The Trades Café at the Humber Centre for Trades & Technology on Carrier Drive offers hot breakfast, fresh gourmet coffee, lunch from the grill and a variety of sandwiches and salads.
Humber Lakeshore Campus: The Lake Café in A/B building features Pizza Pizza, MR. SUB, The Fresh Grille, Culinary Table, Menutainment, Tim Hortons Self-Serve plus a variety of fresh salads and sandwiches. The east campus, Lakeshore Commons Eatery features Extreme Pita, Booster Juice, Pizza Pizza, Coyote Jack’s Grille, Bento Sushi and On the Go Café proudly serving Starbucks coffee. Additional venues include Media Buzz in the F-building, Arena Café in the Humber Arts & Media Studios building and Tim Hortons in M-building.
A variety of vending machines offering snacks and refreshments are available at various locations throughout all campuses.
For detailed hours of operation or if you have suggestions, visit dineoncampus.ca/humber or contact Food Services at 416.675.6622 ext. 4120.
Located on the upper level of the Bookstore at the Humber North Campus, the Computer Shop offers computers, notebooks, printers, scanners, academically priced software and all computer-related peripherals and accessories. The Computer Shop is a Dell authorized reseller and supplies products from a number of top computer industry vendors. Special order service is also available for those hard to find products.
Hours of operation are the same as the Bookstore or contact us directly at email@example.com or visit our website at humbercomputershop.com.
The Humber Bookstores provide their customers with a one-stop shopping convenience. Students have the opportunity to purchase new textbooks or they may choose to purchase selected used textbook titles for extra savings. For select titles, students may also have the opportunity to sell back their textbooks to the bookstore at the end of the term for additional savings. Also available is the opportunity to rent selected titles and purchase and rent digital titles.
In addition to textbooks, the stores feature art, drafting, stationery and computer supplies. The store carries a range of popular books and magazines for your reading enjoyment, and we will be pleased to special order any book not currently in stock. The gift and clothing section features a selection of Humber varsity wear, as well as seasonal specials. Finally, if you are in the mood for snacking, a selection of soft drinks, potato chips and candies is available.
Regular Hours of Business:
Humber North Campus
September – May
Monday – Thursday 8:30 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Saturday 8:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.
June – August
Monday – Thursday 8:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Saturday 8:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Humber Lakeshore Campus
Monday – Thursday
8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Hours may be subject to change. Please call 416.675.5066 for information or visit humber.bkstr.com.
The Humber Emergency Auto Response Team (H.E.A.R.T.) assists students, staff and visitors experiencing vehicle problems while on campus. H.E.A.R.T.can provide relevant emergency contact information, air for your flat tire, a boost for your battery and much more! To access this service, call Parking Services at 416.675.8500 or use any on campus emergency phone. If they are unable to get you on your way, H.E.A.R.T. will provide access to a telephone and the appropriate contact information to arrange emergency assistance.
The library offers resources to assist you with your course assignments and research, including study spaces, research support, and access to computers and printers with scanning and copying capabilities. Get your library card and you can access thousands of full-text articles from journals, magazines, and newspapers from home. Silent and quiet group study spaces are available at each campus – group study rooms can be booked online through the library website. Drop by the Reference Desk at one of our campuses if you need help with your research or you can chat with a librarian online using askON – our instant chat service. Look for the askON icon located on the library’s homepage.
Access all of our resources and see the services we provide at library.humber.ca.
Humber North Campus Library, Building NX
Reference: 416.675.6622 ext. 4421
Humber Lakeshore Campus Library, Building B
Circulation: 416.675.6622 ext. 3247
Reference: 416.675.6622 ext. 3351
Humber Orangeville Campus, Alder Street Library (in Recreation Centre)
25 Alder Street, Orangeville, ON, 416.675.6622 ext. 5909
Your Humber student ID card is your passport to many services that are available to you while you are learning at Humber. It is your library card, access to the athletics centre, career advancement service and education counselling.
Your student card is located in the top right-hand corner of your Admit-to-Class form.
Information Technology Services is responsible for Humber’s centrally-managed technical services. We enable student success by delivering technology and information solutions that support Humber’s mission.
What we can do for you:
Students are allocated 2,500 print credits a semester. Black and white output costs 2.5 credits an impression. Colour output cost 75 credits an impression. Additional credits are available for sale in the bookstore in blocks of 500 for $5. Wireless printing is available in all eLink facilities. For environmental reasons, all black and white output is duplexed.
ELink (Open Access) Facilities
ELink facilities are on-campus spaces where students can study, work, and collaborate. Open to all students, each facility includes computers, copy/print/scan services, and various collaborative tools. Some facilities also accommodate laptops. Facilities at the Humber North Campus include H205, LX109 and N205. Humber Lakeshore Campus facilities include A240 and FB102/3.
A variety of audio/visual equipment is available for students to borrow at no cost. Data projectors, laptops, digital camcorders and multimedia carts are the most popular items. Visit room A212 at the Humber Lakeshore Campus or room NX210 at the Humber North Campus to sign out the equipment you need. A friendly and knowledgeable analyst can even show you how the equipment you borrow works before you go.
HMail (Student email)
HMail is a web-based, student email solution hosted by Google. Humber Students’ Federation uses HMail to disseminate information and promote events. HMail also features powerful calendaring, chat and productivity tools. All students get a HMail account and HMail accounts never expire. Go to humbermail.ca and log in using your Humber username and password.
Want to know what is happening around campus? Check out Humber TV. Sponsored in part by the Humber Student’s Federation, Humber TV has all the news, weather, and sports you need. Humber TV also showcases student achievements. There are over 50 screens and two matrix walls in service. Contact the IT Support Centre to have something broadcast.
Network Storage Space
Personal, networked storage space (50 MB) is available for academic purposes as the H-drive on all on-campus, Windows computers. Said files are also accessible off-campus by logging into its.humber.ca using your Humber username and password. All files are backed-up nightly. Accidently deleted files can be restored by contacting the IT Support Centre.
Technical Support (IT Support Centre)
We are here to help! Call us at 416.675.6622 ext. 8888 (toll free at 1.866.484.6622 or ext. 4786 from residence) or visit a Support Centre (Humber North Campus: room NX210, Humber Lakeshore Campus: room A212, Humber Orangeville Campus: room O208, Humber Centre for Trades & Technology: Reception Area) for assistance. The Humber Lakeshore Campus (room A212) and Humber North Campus (room NX210) sites are open weekdays from 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 8:45 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
Wireless (WiFi) Network
Secure wireless access to the Internet is available no cost across all campuses for laptop, tablet, and smartphone users. Look for the ‘myWi-Fi@Humber’ network and use your Humber username and password to connect. Visit an eLink facility or engage the services of the IT Support Centre should you require connection assistance.
Select software from Microsoft is available for students to download at no additional cost. An active HMail account is required. Available titles include Windows 7 (Upgrade), Office Professional and Office for Mac. Look for the ‘Work-at-home Software’ link at its.humber.ca. Downloads are free. Media is available for a nominal fee. Limit of one copy of each title per student.
All items are held for 30 days.
Hours of Operation:
Humber North Campus - 24 hours/day. Enquire at the main entrance information desk.
Humber Lakeshore Campus – Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Enquire at the information/reception desk.
The primary focus of the Open Learning Centre (OLC) is to support all part-time and full-time online and face-to-face students using Humber’s Learning Management System – Blackboard. The OLC student support advisors are available seven days a week, by phone, email, online chat, remote support, or in person, to assist both our online and face-to-face students using Blackboard. The OLC also oversees proctoring requests for all of Humber’s online courses and provides various student workshops. In addition, the OLC Lab (D225 – North Campus) provides a quiet space for students who need computer access. With 30 available computers, a fully equipped group study room and seven days a week support courtesy of our trained lab assistants, students have a quiet lab where they can focus on their studies. The OLC also provides weekend basic Blackboard support to faculty.
For further information, call 416.675.5049 or 1.877.215.6117 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open Learning Centre (OLC) Humber North Campus – Room D225
Regular Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Note: Summer and holiday hours will vary.
There is no charge for parking at the Humber North or Lakeshore Campus after 8 p.m. weekdays or anytime during the weekend. Visit humber.ca/maps for parking and campus maps.
Humber North Campus – room H217 - 416.675.6622 ext. 4616
Humber Lakeshore Campus – room H201 - 416.675.6622 ext. 3340
Having difficulties with your courses? Talk to us! The peer tutoring program provides one-on-one assistance for students having difficulties with a specific course. Peer tutoring is available to any full-time or part-time student who needs help. Don’t go it alone. Don’t wait to see if your grades improve. The best time to get a tutor is now! The registration fee is $10 for an eight-hour tutoring contract. Peer tutoring is a service offered jointly by Humber and the Humber Students’ Federation.
(Tutors are also available in the following labs at the Humber North Campus: Writing Centre – room GH202, Math Centre – room GH203. Check with room H217 for peer tutor coverage in program-specific computer labs.)
Visit humber.ca/peertutoring for more information.
The Department of Public Safety is committed to ensuring the safety and security of Humber’s students, staff and faculty. A comprehensive breadth of services coupled with close community relations with Toronto Police Service, Toronto Fire Service and Crime Stoppers allow Public Safety to maintain a safe and secure learning and work environment. Call the following numbers to access Public Safety while on campus.
Humber North and Humber Lakeshore Campus: ext. 4000
Humber North and Humber Lakeshore Residence: ext. 4000
Police, Fire and Ambulance dial 911
If you call 911 while on campus, also call Public Safety at 416.675.6622 ext. 4000; they need to know your location. In case of emergency at Humber’s Orangeville Campus, Transportation Training Centre or Sailing and Powerboating Centre, call 911 for assistance.
Humber North and Humber Lakeshore Campus 416.675.8500
Campus Walk Program:
The Campus Walk Program provides a walking partner for students, employees and visitors who wish to be accompanied to their vehicle, residence building or anywhere within the perimeter of the campus property. To request this service, call 416.675.8500 or visit the security desk in NX building by the Library at Humber North Campus, or M106 at Humber Lakeshore Campus. For further information about Public Safety, and their service offerings, visit humber.ca/publicsafety.
Testing facilities are available at all Humber campuses for make-up tests, missed assignments, students with testing accommodations, external testing, as well as admission and placement testing.
Our centres are located conveniently at each campus:
Humber North Campus – rooms B104 and B113
Humber Lakeshore Campus – room A235
Humber Centre for Trades & Technology (Carrier Drive)
Humber Orangeville Campus – room AL204.
As hours of operation may change from semester to semester, visit our website for current hours.
The Test Centres service students who are unable to write tests during normally scheduled class time. Professors may refer a student to the Test Centre if the student has missed a test due to illness or some other legitimate reason. Students may also use the Test Centre because they require special accommodations during tests and have been referred by the Disability Services Office.
Test Centre – Humber North Campus
416.675.6622 ext. 4712
Disability Services Test Centre – Humber North Campus
416.675.6622 ext. 4674
Test Centre – Humber Lakeshore Campus
416.675.6622 ext. 3228
Test Centre – Humber Orangeville Campus
416.675.6622 ext. 5902
Test Centre – Humber Centre for Trades & Technology
416.672.6622 ext. 78089
The School of Liberal Arts & Sciences has established free support services for students who require assistance with English and mathematics at both the Humber North and Lakeshore Campuses. Writing Centre services are also now available at the Orangeville Campus. The Writing and Math Centres are open Monday through Saturday to accommodate both full-time and continuing education students.
The Writing Centres provide assistance to students needing extra help in writing courses. Students may drop in or telephone for an appointment with a tutor for help on a specific problem, or they may come in on a regular basis to work on a program designed to meet their individual needs. At the Humber North and Lakeshore Campuses, there is a separate area to serve ESL students. In the Writing Centres, students will find computers providing a variety of software programs designed to augment writing skills development. Please contact the Writing Centres for hours of operation at 416.675.6622 ext. 6258 at the Humber North Campus, and ext. 3313 at the Humber Lakeshore Campus (also for Orangeville).
The Math Centres are drop-in centres offering free math help to all Humber and Guelph-Humber students (Day and Continuing Education). Students do not require appointments in order to get help. The Math Centres help with a broad range of math problems including basic and remedial math, math for finance, statistics, quantitative methods, technical and business math and calculus. The Math Centres can also help with the math component of other courses such as nursing and physics. Students do not need to be enrolled in a math course to use the Math Centre. For more information about Math Centre services students are invited to drop by and speak with one of the staff or visit humber.ca/liberalarts/mathcentre. Online tutoring support is also available when the Math Centres are open. Please contact the Math Centre for hours of operation at 416.675.6622 ext. 6260.
Online support: Monday - Friday, 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Math Centre: Room GH203
Math Centre: Room F201