Returning to Campus?

We are happy to have you back on campus but want to ensure your safety. Here is what you need to know and do before coming onto campus:

  • Watch your inbox for an email from Humber with the Return to Campus Agreement
  • Review Humber's Return To Campus information 
  • Ensure to keep up with all of Humber's important updates
  • Read through the Return to Campus Student Handbook
  • Find out about all Student Services available to you
  • Learn about Metrolinx and Presto information to make your commute easier 
  • Take some time to read through our website, there is lot's of great information to help you succeed
  • Contact us if you have any questions, we are always here to help!

 

FAQ's

Note: This information has been last updated Monday April 5th, 2021, and is subject to change. For the latest updates and FAQs on the impact of COVID-19 on Humber College activities, please visit www.humber.ca/updates.

 

IS PARKING FREE? WHERE DO I PARK?

Yes, for the Summer 2021 semester, Humber College will continue to offer complimentary daily parking at all campuses to any staff, faculty or students when they need to attend the college. Parking permits will not be sold for the Summer semester. Information on staff & student parking permit sales for the Fall 2021-Winter 2022 semester will be posted in July 2021.​

HOW DO I ENTER THE COLLEGE?

At North campus, the far end doors leading into the LX building and the main LRC doors will be open for students and faculty.

I AM FEELING ANXIOUS ABOUT THIS SITUATION; WHAT CAN I DO?

It is natural to feel anxious during times of uncertainty. Please note that you can connect with Health & Counselling using: counselling@humber.ca or make an appointment to talk with a counsellor about your feelings by calling:

416-675-5090 – North Campus

416-675-6622 ex) 3331 – Lakeshore Campus

If at any time you need immediate personal support or counselling, there are resources to help. You can access the Good2Talk Helpline at 1-866-925-5454, or use Therapy Assist Online, which provides online and mobile tools. If you are in crisis and need urgent mental health support, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency department.

IF I SEE SOMEONE VIOLATING HEALTH SAFETY PROTOCOLS SET OUT BY THE COLLEGE, WHAT SHOULD I DO?

  • If you feel comfortable, politely remind the person of physically distancing or other protocols in a non-confrontational way;
  • Inform your Professor;
  • Contact Public Safety (extension 8500)

HOW DO I ACCESS STUDENT SERVICES IF THEIR OFFICE IS CLOSED?

You may not see us physically on campus but We Still Got You!

Visit here to get all the latest updates and information on how we are supporting your academic and personal success, including information on our equity hubs.