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Enhancing access to quality postsecondary education by providing students with critical financial and well-being supports, allowing them to make the most of their educational experience.

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Critical financial assistance that enables access to postsecondary education for promising students in need while allowing them to gain experience, achieve their career goals and attain valuable skills. Humber works to ensure that there are scholarships available for under-represented groups to access quality education, such as Indigenous, first-generation postsecondary students, and women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM).

Support Our Students (SOS) Fund

Just-in-time emergency funds for food, rent and transportation and bursaries for tuition provide critical support for students dealing with unexpected life situations that interfere with their studies. The SOS fund also supports our health and wellness programs to encourage positive mental health among Humber students, as well as physical, cognitive and emotional well-being.

Click the link below to read stories of how donors are supporting students affected by COVID-19 through the SOS Fund.

Future-Focused Fund

Financial support for students undertaking work-integrated learning and unpaid internship opportunities. The fund will invest in skills development initiatives and mentorship programs that help students prepare for the transition to the workforce.

Global Experience Fund

Support for student exchanges, international study abroad, work-integrated programs and capacity-building projects in international development. These opportunities amplify students’ overall employability by deepening their understanding of human diversity, interconnectedness and cultural complexity. This fund will subsidize expenses such as airfare, visas and accommodations, allowing students to take full advantage of international work opportunities.

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