June 7th, 2021

The following message was shared with Fall 2021 students today. 

Dear students,

As we look ahead to the Fall 2021 term, I know that many of you are eager to know what the Fall term will look like and to see the delivery plans for your programs and classes. I am pleased to provide you with an update regarding the upcoming semester. 

Humber is planning to have a mix of both in-person and online learning for the Fall 2021 term. We expect to offer increased access to in-person services and on-campus interactions and activities provided that public health restrictions continue...Read more

May 31st, 2021

Last week, the remains of 215 children were discovered at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School in Kamloops, British Columbia. These are 215 lives that were cut short and families that were traumatized. It is a vivid and heartbreaking reminder of the ongoing legacy and ripple effects of the residential school system in Canada. The suffering of those impacted by this tragic discovery is palpable, and as an institution, Humber stands with Indigenous peoples in this shared grief. 

Humber was one of the first colleges to sign on to the CICan Indigenous Education Protocol. We are committed to putting in the work required to achieve truth and reconciliation.  

Our Strategic and Academic plans emphasize the importance of Indigenous education and engagement...Read more

May 4th, 2021

To the Humber community,

The COVID-19 pandemic has dominated the headlines and our lives for more than a year. In Ontario, we have had to adapt to changing provincial regulations to try to reduce the number of cases. While we continue to grapple with the situation here in Canada, we are also aware of the seriousness of the devastation caused by the virus in India right now. On behalf of everyone at Humber, I want to acknowledge the devastating impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the people of India.

As the world's second most populous country, we know that many...Read more