As a member of the Humber family, Advancement and Alumni offer a variety of services and benefits for you to enjoy. From cultural attractions and travel to insurance and on-campus deals, Humber offers special rates and discounts exclusive to more than 250,000 graduates.
Check out the five alumni perks to take advantage of this summer season:
1. Travel under budget
Before booking your next stay or travel route, check out the special prices and discounts offered with companies likes Avis, Budget, Choice Hotels, and Falls Avenue Resorts. For a full list of travel perks and accommodations, click here.
2. Let’s go to the EX!
Humber alumni can enjoy all that the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) has to offer at a discounted rate. From unique foods to ferris wheels, and the annual air show, the CNE is the perfect way to conclude your summer. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for your unique promo code and purchase your passes here. Also, check out the dishes Humber culinary professor, Mark Jachecki created at the CNE in previous years.
3. Show your team spirit
Calling all sports fans. Save up to 20 per cent off Toronto Argos tickets and 25 per cent off tickets to select Toronto FC home games by checking out the Sports perks page. Better yet, join Humber’s Alumni Night with TFC on August 24 to cheer on TFC as they take on the Montreal Impact. Bring your friends and family and catch all the action in the Budweiser Patio and enjoy an evening of fun.
4. Find a good summer read
Humber’s amenities are yours to discover even after you’ve graduated. Create your summer reading list and stop by Humber’s library to check out a book. For more information about borrowing books and computer access, click here.
5. Work up a sweat
From lifting weights to fitness classes, Humber’s state-of-the-art fitness centres at North and Lakeshore campus offer the equipment and services you need to be at your best. As an alumni, you will save when you sign up for a one-year membership. Drop-in with your alumni card at any time, and start your workout routine.