The Department of Public Safety is dedicated to ensuring the safety of all persons at Humber College and plans ahead in the unlikely event of an emergency. Click on any topic below to view what you can do in the event of an emergency on campus.
The Campus Walk Program is intended to provide assistance to students, faculty, staff and visitors who wish to be walked to their vehicle parked on, or walked to the perimeter of, campus property. This program will provide a higher degree of comfort to those who are uneasy about walking to their vehicle, campus Residence, or property line. To request a Campus Walk, please call Ext. 8500 or (416) 675 - 8500
The Humber Emergency Auto Response Team (H.E.A.R.T.) program is designed to assist students, staff and visitors experiencing vehicle problems while at Humber. H.E.A.R.T. can provide relevant emergency contact information, help re-inflate a flat tire, loan a gas can or assist with a battery boost. Please call 416.675.8500 or ext. 8500 or use the emergency phones located around campus.
Lockers are available for daytime and overnight storage and sold on an academic year basis.
Lockers are assigned in specific areas, predetermined by program requirements and the general location of program classrooms.
Purchase a locker on-line at MyHumber. Your locker assignment will be displayed on MyHumber under “Pay for new or view/transfer existing locker rental.”
Humber always wants to ensure the safety and security of its students. Therefore, we would like to inform you about a phone scam that has happened to some students.
Students have received phone calls misinforming them about their status in Canada (as being illegal). The caller introduces themselves as an Immigration Officer demanding money from the student.
Please be aware that Government officials:
1. Communicate only by mail;
2. Do not call and confirm your information.
If you receive this kind of phone call, you should:
Description: Can I Kiss You is a presentation which will be led in Orientation by Mike Domitrz, and aims to provide students with skills for addressing Consent, Bystander Intervention and Supporting Survivors of Sexual Assault.
Given the anticipated demand for parking resources available at Humber’s North Campus for the Fall 2015 academic semester, we would like to ensure that part time staff and faculty are aware of the options available to them for parking.
We are pleased to offer several parking options available for part time staff/faculty. A permit may be purchased for one of the following lot locations on a per semester basis: