Humber starts to make offers for Fall programs beginning February 1. International applicants should read the International Application Process here.
Here are the steps for confirming your offer:
Ontariocolleges.ca will automatically notify Humber of your decision.
Humber makes several types of offers. Read your offer letter carefully to understand which type of offer you have received.
An Offer is a firm offer of admission, with no conditions attached. Qualified applicants are ranked by their admission criteria (academic and secondary requirements) and offers are made to the best qualified applicants first.
If your offer has been deactivated, please contact the Admissions department.
A Conditional Offer is based on certain conditions that must be met before the first day of class. Applicants that are currently attending secondary school will often receive Conditional Offers. Conditions that must be met could include: completion of Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent or completion of specific courses, such as math or English, at a particular level.
Humber will verify that you have met your outstanding conditions before classes start. If you are a current Ontario secondary school student, your final transcript will be sent to us electronically and your final grades used to meet outstanding conditions.
If you are a student from outside of Ontario, you will need to send your final transcript to Ontario Colleges so that it can be forwarded to Humber.
If you are attending summer school or are meeting your conditions by some other means, you will be required to demonstrate proof of completion to Humber. Contact the Admissions department for more information.
If you do not meet the admission requirements for the program of your choice, your application may be considered for alternate programs. You will be notified that you have been given an Alternate Offer of admission in this case. Your offer letter will include additional information. Alternate Offers may also be conditional.
When Humber receives a high volume of applications for a particular program, a waitlist is created for qualified applicants for whom there are not enough seats in the program. Applicants may be given offers of admission from the waitlist right up to the fifth day of class.
Waitlists will only be maintained until the fifth day of the program. Those remaining on the waitlist may choose to reapply for a subsequent intake and if they do, they will repeat all components of the admission process for that program. Applicants who were previously waitlisted are not guaranteed admission for the next intake.