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Compulsory Ancillary Fees For Continuous Professional Learners

All students and learners pay ancillary fees for access to Humber services. The fee invoice may indicate a charge for the ancillary fees as shown in the table below. If only one charge appears on the fee invoice, students will still have access to those services. Ancillary fees for continuous professional learners are charged per hour of course instruction.

2021-22 Ancillary Fees for Continuous Professional Learners


Rate Per Hour of Course Instruction

Academic Support 

Provides programs that support students in having successful academic starts and continued academic success while at Humber. Programs supported by this fee include online and, wherever possible, in-person orientation, year-long transition support, Math and Writing Centres, online and in-person research support, and peer tutoring opportunities. 



Alumni programming covered by this fee includes but is not limited to the provision of exclusive special rates and discounts; alumni communications and publications; student engagement; alumni events: and, awards and recognition. 


Athletics and Recreation 

Supports the operational cost of athletic programs, equipment and services, and provides athletic and recreational services to students, including fitness and casual recreation opportunities through virtual programming as well as potential on-campus activities in accordance with public health and safety guidelines. 


Campus Safety 

As the campus re-opens for prescribed activities of staff and student, provides access to programming that promotes the safety, security and well-being of all. Services and program delivery include: Humber’s Guardian safety application; sexual violence prevention and awareness programming; consent awareness; conflict resolution; and, emergency communications management to ensure the safety and security of students, employees and visitors. 


Career Services 

Supports students’ career exploration and employment preparation through resources such as a job and placement web portal, resume review/tutoring, interview preparation, job search strategies, career fairs and networking events. 


Health & Counselling 

Supports student health, well-being and academic success by facilitating access to health and wellness professionals. Services and supports are delivered online as well as on-campus, as permitted in accordance with health and safety guidelines. Specifically, this fee helps off-set the cost of operating health services which include health education, mental health support, addiction and cessation programming, and access to nurses, psychologists, and mental health nurses. 


Information Technology 

Supports the development of enhancements to technology services outside of the classroom for students. These services include: increased virtual support for online services and learning; access to Microsoft and other professional/academic software (remotely and on campus); mobile application support for Blackboard and MyHumber, HMail and Humber TV; and wireless network access and maintenance across campus as well as enhanced internet performance. 


Student Achievement (Convocation) 

Supports the costs for the planning and implementation of Humber’s convocation ceremonies including any virtual celebrations that may be implemented. 


Student Achievement (Transcript) 

Gives students unlimited access to their official transcript. It also supports the Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) process which enables Humber to transmit transcript information electronically to other postsecondary institutions, decreasing wait times for transcript information to be shared. 


Student Buildings (Athletics) 

Fee to support new construction and/or improvements to the existing physical infrastructure for non-academic spaces/buildings and informal learning spaces will not be applied for Fall 2020. 


Student Buildings 

Fee to supports new construction and/or improvements to the existing physical infrastructure for athletics and recreation facilities will not be applied for Fall 2020. 


Student ID Cards 

Used to generate, mail and maintain student ID cards required by students for integration and connection to campus services, both virtual and in-person. In addition, these cards may be used to verify identification for exams or other testing.