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We Can Help You Uncomplicate Your Decision

It's hard to know what to choose when the world keeps changing. Take the pressure off by talking to one of our advisors to find out what is right for you. If you're enthusiastic but unsure about your choices, our program advisors are here to help. Whether you're finding it challenging to decide between two to three programs, our advising services will provide you with the information you need to narrow down your options.

The first step is narrowing down your choices

Your first step is to begin your search with the Humber Career Finder questionnaire. This will help you match your skills and interests to the programs that Humber offers. You're not locked into a decision -- but you'll have a better idea about potential programs that might be a good fit.

When you've decided on two or three programs, a Recruitment Officer can discuss your results with you and help you strengthen your postsecondary application.

Speaking with a program advisor

If you're interested in attending Humber full time, we're here to help you figure out the best program for your interests and goals, learn how to meet admission requirements, and develop a plan of action for your education and career that starts here and now -- wherever you are.

You should see a program advisor if...

  • You want to talk to someone about two or three different programs you're considering
  • You have completed the Humber Career Finder
  • You are interested in attending Humber full time
  • You are interested in transferring to Humber - visit Book a Transfer Advising Appointment >
  • You are an international applicant - visit international.humber.ca 
  • You are a new immigrant with education from another country - visit Advising New to Canada >

Some of the ways we help our clients

  • Clarify your academic interests and goals
  • Explain Humber’s academic programs (more than 200 full-time programs)
  • Tell you about transfer options
  • Outline program expectations
  • Help you understand admission requirements
  • Show you academic upgrading options
  • Connect you with college departments such as financial aid, admissions and accessibility services
  • Capitalize Financial Aid, Admissions and Accessibility Services

Book An Appointment With An Advisor

In following health and safety precautions at this time, we are only offering virtual advising through phone or video, by appointment only. Please book early as appointments are limited.

Program Advising Appointments

Get help narrowing down your program options or book a one-on-one pre-enrolment advising appointment with one of our Recruitment Officers.

Transfer Advising Appointments

Book an appointment with a Student Mobility Advisor to discuss transfer credits, Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) and Pathway options.

Make a Stress-Free College Choice

Rank your priorities

From academics to athletics, it is good to know what you are looking for in a college or university. Create a rate sheet and use it to compare everything from facilities to faculty. This will help you rate your school choices based on your personal priorities.

Focus on your end goal

While your friends may be a big part of your life, focus on where you want to be in your career and in what financial position you will be in when you graduate. Finding the right school is a combination of balancing financial costs, the academic offering and your social life. Don't be worried about making new friends, it happens.

Don’t just look at the school, look at the program

Be careful not to group a large educational institution as a whole. Programs have reputations that excel in specific industries. Dig deeper and find out more about your area of interest. Check out the experiential learning facilities and labs and any other features that could give you a learning advantage, like Centres of Excellence and on-campus work placement opportunities.

Revisit the campus

It may be difficult to get the everyday feel for a place from an Open House tour. Be sure to revisit the campuses on your short list, when safe to do so, to get an idea of what it might be like to go to school there everyday.