The Indigenous Education and Engagement team plans a variety of educational, cultural, and fun activities for all of our new and returning students.

We are open to all students at Humber who have questions, are working on projects or would like to get involved through volunteering.

Some of the services we provide:

  • Peer tutoring access
  • Quiet computer and study space
  • Bursary and Funding applications
  • Indigenous Counselling
  • Community referrals
  • Workstudy & Volunteer opportunities
  • RBC Programming including Peer-to-Peer Mentorship and the Grad-Ready Program.

Staff and Academic Support

Indigenous Education & Engagement (IE&E) is committed to braiding Indigenous ways of being, knowing, and doing into Humber’s academic programs, course content and co-curricular activities. Our Academic Team currently offers a number of supports for Staff and Faculty at Humber College, including:

  • Curriculum and Workshop Consultation
  • Guest Speaker (IE&E)
  • External Guest Speaker/Curriculum Support (Elder, Knowledge Keeper, Subject Matter Expert)
  • Event Support (i.e., smudging ceremony, land acknowledgement, etc.)
  • 4 Seasons of Reconciliation Training (you can request individual training, or for your staff/students). This can include a debriefing session with IE&E

If you would like to meet with us, please fill out the Staff and Faculty Request Form.

Students are the heartbeat of our centre. Keep scrolling to read some of our current student testimonies about their experience with the Indigenous Education and Engagement Centres!

Kaitlynn McLoed
As a student with a full course load, I feel secluded and far from home at times, but when I visit the IE&E Centre it feels like a home away from home. It's a welcoming place featuring a community that cares about you and guides you to success.

- Kaitlynn McLeod, Guelph Humber Student