We look forward to welcoming new and returning students to our campuses this Fall.
For current students and applicants, course-specific information about the mode of delivery for Fall 2022 is available on MyHumber > Student > Registration > Browse Classes. Visit humber.ca/registration for more information about how to prepare for the fall term.
In person or online, your courses will help you build on your knowledge, inspire your thinking and give you a creative hands-on learning experience. Our programs blend theory and hands-on learning, giving you the opportunity to gain practical experience in small classes and learn from expert faculty who have extensive industry experience.
At Humber, we recognize that not everyone who comes to us is looking for exactly the same thing, so we've created this guide to help you find the resources you need to get started. The Guide to Getting Started includes how to determine if you are a secondary school applicant, mature student or tansfer student as well as how to find and narrow down your program search.
Not sure what to do next? The Admissions Road Map guides you through the ten key steps to studying at Humber, from finding your program to applying to Orientation.
Apply what you have learned in class and in real-world environments through work-integrated learning experiences and placements with our extensive network of community and industry partners.
Humber offers hundreds of different types of scholarships recognizing academic achievement, community involvement, leadership, volunteer services, and in some cases, to help with financial need. Find out about scholarships and bursaries that can help cover your costs at Humber.
Get support to help you succeed including free tutoring, academic advising and assistance with technology. Through your tuition, you have access to mental health wellness resources and health insurance.
Get the credit you deserve, apply to transfer your credits from another college or university or for credit based on prior work or life experience.