Last week, we shared our plans for fall academic delivery. Over the coming weeks, we will continue to provide details about our plans to resume on-campus activities, while ensuring that we put the safety and well-being of the Humber community as our top priority.
Information about programs and courses and their mode of delivery for Fall can be found here.
I know that many of you still have questions. Program information sessions will be held leading up to the Fall term to provide students with an opportunity to ask any specific questions they may have about their program. Dates and details will be shared by the Registrar’s Office or individual programs.
Staff are invited to join me for the Town Hall later today, which will provide an opportunity to answer some questions as well. You can register here.
Over the last several weeks we have found new ways to provide virtual services to our students and will continue to offer the majority of those in an online format for the Fall.
This global pandemic has led to innovative thinking, new approaches to what we do and expanding on our expertise in teaching and learning. It has also led us to refocus on making decisions based on our values and our commitment to students.
As always, Humber faculty and staff will support student success as we move forward.
As the nice weather settles in, I have been thinking a great deal about the activity that usually happens on campus this time of year. This month normally would have included The Humber Golf Classic, Showcase, President’s BBQ and a series of in-person Pride events. June is also when we hold Spring Convocation. And even though we won’t be at the Congress Centre, stay tuned. I’m told there’s still a little something for the Class of 2020.