Aboriginal Resource Centre (ARC)
The Aboriginal Resource Centre (ARC) builds community by connecting people through Indigenous perspectives.
We focus on community outreach, promoting Indigenous culture and knowledge, and delivering services and supports that target Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal learners, staff, faculty, and communities.
ARC partners with regional Indigenous communities to ensure learners are supported and connected to their learning environment, academically, culturally and socially.
Community Outreach & Workforce Development (COWD)
Community Outreach and Workforce Development (COWD) supports people in our communities who may not traditionally have access to education, training and employment.
By collaborating with Humber schools and departments and partnering with community agencies and government, we offer a broad range of programs and services to assist youth, Indigenous peoples, immigrants to Canada and unemployed and underemployed individuals to enter postsecondary education, apprenticeships and meaningful work opportunities.
Humber Libraries supports students and faculty in their learning, teaching and research pursuits through the continuous development and delivery of exemplary research services, collections and spaces that support Humber's broad range of polytechnic programs.
We leverage advanced technology and best practices in digital learning to support all modes of teaching and learning ranging from in-person to hybrid and online courses and programs.
Registrar's Office (RO)
The Office of the Registrar (RO) provides a wide range of academic and enrolment services and systems to our prospective and current learners, faculty, staff, and external community.
The RO serves students through the entire span of their college journey, from first contact through to graduation. We are responsible for managing admissions, registration and scheduling, maintaining the integrity of academic records, coordinating graduations and convocations, and overseeing financial aid. The RO also handles student recruitment and advising, transfer services, and student systems and reporting.
Student Success & Engagement (SSE)
The Department of Student Success & Engagement (SSE) supports students’ active participation in experiential initiatives, promotes student health, wellness and inclusivity, and offers a variety of educational and career-related support services to help current Humber students, recent graduates and newcomers to Canada achieve their academic and personal goals. SSE also supports our local communities by providing opportunities to build capacity and share resources.
SSE is comprised of Athletics and Recreation, Student Events, Student Wellness and Equity, and Transition and Academic Support.