We no longer require enhanced vaccine passports, or our self-screening app. However, we do ask that guests feeling unwell cancel their tours or re-schedule with us.
Masks are still required on-campus until June 30, 2022. All guests visiting Humber must wear a mask to enter campus.
For more information regarding these additional pieces, please visit humber.ca/updates.
Our tours can be booked up to two weeks in advance on our events calendar at the link below. Full capacity tours will be automatically removed from our calendar.
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Join campus ambassador Maria, on a walk-through tour of Humber North Campus. Humber's largest campus is located in northwest Toronto, with easy access to the downtown core. Its balance of urban living and lush forestry makes this campus an energetic and dynamic place.
Join campus ambassador Shay, on a walk-through tour of Humber Lakeshore Campus. Conveniently located minutes from Toronto, this academic “village” of 10 restored heritage buildings is deeply connected to the surrounding community. Students can enjoy a close-knit, vibrant neighbourhood as well as ample green space – with a great view of Lake Ontario.
In this video, we give you a tour of Humber's brand new International Graduate School (IGS) which is situated right in the heart of downtown Toronto. See how convenient it is to get to the IGS campus and what activities you can do outside of classes to make the most of your study experience. Learn how this campus gives International students access to work placements and employment opportunities across a wide range of sectors in Canada's largest city.
The best way for you to find out more about Humber is to come for a visit. Whether it is to attend an Information Session, Open House or to meet with a Program Advisor, seeing the campus for yourself is a great way to know if the fit is right.
In addition to living on campus and being only a few minutes away from your classes, one of the advantages of living in residence is having access to senior students who live and work in the residence, building community spirit through various building activities and providing support to students who live in residence.
Humber North Campus has two types of residence accommodations: single and suite style, but regardless of room type, all students are assigned private bedrooms in Humber’s residences.
Residence applications open at the same time that academic offers begin in February. Residence spaces are offered to eligible first year students in the order in which they applied, so we encourage students to apply to residence as soon as they have accepted their Humber offer.
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