Guidance Counsellors

Programs, Admissions and Application Information

Humber offers more than 160 full-time programs ranging from one-year certificates to two- or three-year diplomas to four-year undergraduate degrees, in more than 40 areas of study. 

Admission requirements to Humber’s full-time programs can vary significantly from program to program, and are listed on each program's page in our online and print calendars. Students apply to all full-time Humber programs via the Ontario Colleges Application Service.

To get a great perspective on the Humber experience, students and their families can book a campus tour, go to an Open House or speak to a program advisor about their options.

Student Services

At Humber, we offer lots of resources and services to help our students succeed.

The Student Centre for Wellness and Accessibility provides health care, counselling and accessibility services for students with disabilities, while Peer Assisted Learning services provide tutoring and support. The college also has math and writing centres as well as comprehensive career and academic advising.

Health & Dental

The Humber Students' Federation offers a health and dental insurance plan, and there is a dental clinic at the North Campus. Students can get appointments with doctors and nurses at the Student Wellness and Accessibility Centre.

Humber's Online Publications

2016-2017 Viewbook

Viewbook 2019-2020

Learn about our full-time programs.

Continuing Education Viewbook 2015-2016

Continuing Education Calendar 2016-2017

Learn about our Continuing Education programs and courses.