December 9th, 2019
President's Message

This message is to the Humber community to inform, acknowledge and offer support to those impacted by the anti-black racial slurs found in a men’s washroom at Lakeshore Campus on December 5, 2019. We are saddened and disappointed that this hateful and racist incident has happened on campus. 

We take any and all forms of racism seriously and want to emphasize that we do not accept racism or hate on our campuses. We are investigating the incident and will continue to develop systemic responses to address racism, including anti-black racism on campus. The offensive and hurtful message has been removed.  

Misinformation, prejudice and fear are often at the heart of these types of acts. As a community and as...Read more

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November 6th, 2019
Blog Post

October 23 marked the first collaboration day for the Humber-Seneca Polytechnic Partnership (HSPP).

Although Humber and Seneca operate as individual learning institutions, when we look at the larger picture, we both provide students with polytechnic education, combining career-focused theory with opportunities for work-integrated learning, applied research and connections to industry. 

In May 2018, we launched this partnership through the signing of a memorandum of understanding. As part of the partnership, two new transfer pathways were identified for students enrolled in the fall 2018 semester.

The collaboration day brought together leaders from both colleges to discuss common initiatives and...Read more

October 31st, 2019
Blog Post
Fall at North Campus

On the heels of our first-ever fall reading week, I hope Humber students had the opportunity to connect with friends and family and prepare for the rest of the semester.

Last week, Canadians also headed to the polls for the federal election, which resulted in a minority Liberal government. This year, the number of people between the ages of 18 and 38 were the largest voting age group, representing more than a third of the electorate across the country. At Humber, there were new opportunities for students to make their voices heard through Elections Canada’s expanded Vote on Campus initiative....Read more