Humber offers a specified number of bursaries available to new and returning students. Tuition bursaries are awarded in amounts of $500, $750 or $1000, depending on your program of study. To be eligible for a bursary, you must be a Canadian resident and registered to attend Humber as a full-time student to be eligible for this bursary.
Scholarships primarily recognize and reward academic excellence, although extracurricular activities, community involvement, and financial need may also be considered.
Humber offers several different types, including:
Whatever arrangements you make to pay for your education, you should make sure that your fees are paid by the due date shown on your Fees Invoice. Your Fees Invoice will either be included in your approval package which you received by mail, or mailed to you separately. That way, you will avoid paying late charges and avoid losing your space in your program!
You can pay your Humber fees in the following ways:
We highly recommend that you make your payment online at srs.humber.ca by Visa, MasterCard or Interac Online (debit for BMO, RBC, ScotiaBank, and TD Canada Trust). Payments made through SRS will be reflected on your Humber account immediately.
The Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) is a federally and provincially funded student loan and grant program that provides financial assistance to eligible post secondary students. Applications require approximately four weeks to process.
You may apply for OSAP online at: https://osap.gov.on.ca or you can fill out a paper application, which is available for printing from the OSAP website.
Part-time jobs may be available in departments such as computer labs, Student Residence, Peer Tutoring, Athletics, Library, Campus Tours, and academic offices. Most positions are flexible around the student's timetable and the rate of pay is between $10.25 - $16/hour.
To learn more about the Work Study program or to download a Work Study application form, visit the Career Centre website.