Katie Halliday, Film and Television Production graduate, won a second Primetime Emmy Award for her work as sound effects editor.
We want you to be able to use this newsletter as a tool in supporting your students. We also encourage you to share it with your colleagues.
Everything your students need to know for their educational journey at Humber; from How to Apply, to Fees, to Financial Aid, to all of the services offered through the Office of the Registrar.
Save the date for your next opportunity to experience Humber at our Spring Open House on April 15, 2023.
Future students can book appointments to speak with advisors regarding program or transfer options.
From application to graduation, we are here to help. We assist with everything students need to know throughout their educational journey at Humber such as Admission Requirements, Fees, Financial Aid, and all of the services offered through the Office of Registrar.
Humber uses academic information such as credentials, courses, grades and, in the case of many programs, the results of secondary requirements to determine an applicant’s eligibility for admission. Each program has a specific set of admission requirements which can be viewed on the individual program pages online. Admission requirements to Humber’s full-time programs can vary significantly from one program to another.
Humber makes several types of offers. It is very important that students read their offer letter carefully to understand which type of offer they have received.
If a student is not sure what to do next, they can follow the steps in the Admissions Road Map to assist them in getting into their dream program. Follow Steps 1 to 10 to navigate the admissions process, from finding their program to finding their way to Orientation, this road map will ensure they get everything done on time.
For students who are not sure what to study, they can take our quiz and find Humber programs that match. To get started students need to visit humbercareerfinder.com and fill out the questionnaire.
More than 86,000 learners
110,000 full-time program applications annually
More than 6,500 international students
Are you a high school guidance counsellor or teacher? We’re hosting our Spring Luncheon on Thursday, May 4, 2023 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.. This Luncheon will feature presentations on our Faculty of Social and Community Services, Financial Aid and Admissions team. To register, fill out the form below.
*Please note this event is for guidance counsellors and high school teachers only.*