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96.9 Radio Humber: Band Together Returns - Posted on September 28, 2020

September 28, 2020

96.9 Radio Humber's Band Together returns with a new time!

Every Tuesday and Thursday at 5 p.m. we will have a Canadian artist do a full set from their home. Each episode is uploaded to the Radio Humber YouTube channel. You can watch past episodes here


  • Radio: on the dial at 96.9
  • Online: radio.humber.ca
  • Google: "Hey/OKay google, play Radio Humber"
  • Alexa: "Alexa, play Radio Humber"
  • RadioPlayer Canada: Search 96.9 Radio Humber

Security Guard Licensing Prep Course - Fall 2020 - Posted on September 28, 2020

September 28, 2020

We are offering the Security Guard Licensing Preparatory Course during the Fall 2020 term.

The course fee is regularly $333.90, however, students within the Faculty of Social and Community Services will be able to register for the discounted price of $200.00. 

Please note: the discounted fee is not applicable to international students.

If you are interested in registering at the discounted fee, please send an email with your student number to Mariana Costa at mariana.costa@humber.ca and she can assist you in getting registered.

Course information

Security Guard Licensing Preparatory 
Course Code: SECN 106
Section: 909
CRN: 50156 
Delivery: Online
Dates: October 19 to November 27


For the online option, all students will still need to complete the mandatory minimum of 45 hours of training, which translates into 7.5 hours a week of online work.

Upon successful completion of the course you will be issued a training completion number which will allow you to write your licensing exam.

CPR Level C and Emergency First Aid Training

This course requires the Emergency First Aid and CPR training which, in normal circumstances, would take place at Lakeshore campus. Due to the current restrictive situation, we are unable to offer it on campus yet. However, this is still mandatory to get the training number upon completion of the course. For this reason, you can take the CPR Level C and Emergency First Aid Training with another provider. You can find a list of approved providers of this training at the following link.

Once you have completed your CPR Level C and Emergency First Aid Training, please, send digital copy of your completed CPR Level C/Emergency First Aid certificate to ce-sscs@humber.ca  and we will give you instructions to getting a $60 reimbursement for completing the training elsewhere.

If you already have a valid Emergency First Aid and CPR Level C training certificate, please provide us with a copy via email and we will exempt you from the training day.


Please note that payment for this course will be required within 48 hours of registration, to avoid late penalties. Payment can be made on myhumber.ca.

Contact to Mariana Costa at mariana.costa@humber.ca for more information about registration and how to get the discount applied to this course (discount not applicable to international students).

Teaching + Learning Newsletter - Posted on September 25, 2020

September 25, 2020
Sorsha Heard

Hello Humber Faculty and staff,

Your Teaching + Learning team has some really exciting updates we would like to share with you, including our New Fall Programming Catalogue, An Update from our Creative Studios, An Introduction to our new Waterloo students and A message from one of our Instructional Designers.

Please open the pdf attached for a clickable pdf version of the Teaching + Learning newsletter.

What is Employment Equity? - Posted on September 25, 2020

September 25, 2020
Bharat Saini

Employment Equity at Humber College

"It is not that individuals in the designated groups are inherently unable to achieve equality on their own, it is that the obstacles in their way are so formidable and self-perpetuating that they cannot be overcome without intervention. It is both intolerable and insensitive if we simply wait and hope that the barriers will disappear with time. Equality in employment will not happen unless we make it happen." - Judge Rosalie Silberman Abella Royal Commission on Equality in Employment, 1985

Humber College is committed to principles of equity, diversity and inclusion in the workplace. The Employment Equity Act was passed in 1986. Recognizing that "systemic discrimination" was responsible for most of the inequality found in employment, the Abella Royal Commission on Equality in Employment outlined a systemic response and chose the term "Employment Equity" to describe the process.

What is Employment Equity?

Employment Equity is an on-going planning process used by an employer to:

  • identify and eliminate barriers in an organization's employment policies and procedures;
  • put into place positive policies and practices to ensure the effects of systemic barriers are eliminated; and
  • ensure appropriate representation of identified group members throughout their workforce.

What is the goal of Employment Equity?

  • eliminate employment barriers for members of equity-seeking groups: Women, Persons with Disabilities, Indigenous Peoples, and Racialized Persons. In addition to these four groups, Humber invites employees to respond to questions pertaining to Gender Diversity and Sexual Orientation;
  • remedy past discrimination in employment opportunities and prevent future barriers;
  • improve access and distribution throughout all occupations and at all levels for members of the identified groups; and
  • foster a climate of equity and inclusion in the organization.

Humber College complies voluntarily with the Employment Equity Act under the Federal Contractors Program.

Please visit the Centre website for more information about Humber’s Employment Equity Program.

The United Way Pie Sale - Posted on September 25, 2020

September 25, 2020
Jessica Estrela

Dear Humber community,

Carl Oliver and I, the Co-Chairs for this year’s United Way Campaign, along with its great team of volunteers are excited to announce the return of our annual “Thanksgiving Pie” sale to get our campaign season started. 

We will have two pick up locations at the North and Lakeshore campuses and will only accept credit or debit cards. Each pie costs $15. We want to ensure all are safe and can therefore will not accept CASH! 

The new e-form will make the ordering very easy and we only bake what is ordered in advance, so place your order early to ensure you get your favourite pie for Thanksgiving. 


Your UW Committee Co-Chairs,

Rudi Fischbacher
Associate Dean, Faculty of Business

Carl Oliver
Associate Dean, School of Applied Technology

Humber College and Sault College Partner to Offer Bachelor of Engineering - Mechatronics Program - Posted on September 25, 2020

September 25, 2020

Beginning September 2022, Humber College and Sault College are partnering to offer Humber’s Bachelor of Engineering in Mechatronics. Students can study the program at either Sault College in Sault Ste. Marie or Humber’s North Campus.

The Bachelor of Engineering - Mechatronics will provide students with hands-on experience with industry-standard advanced technology and practical co-operative work placements. Through their studies, learners will gain knowledge and skills in mechanical, electrical and computer engineering.

This partnership builds on the Ministry of Colleges and Universities’ October 2019 announcement enabling Ontario's publicly assisted colleges to offer new post-secondary programs more easily.

For more info, read the media release.

Police and Peace Officers’ National Memorial Day - Posted on September 25, 2020

September 25, 2020

On Sunday, September 27, flags at our campuses will be lowered to half-mast to recognize Police and Peace Officers’ National Memorial Day.

To learn more, visit here.

Fitness Centres Adopting Reservation System - Posted on September 25, 2020

September 25, 2020

During the week of September 14, Humber Athletics piloted the re-opening the fitness centres at the North and Lakeshore Campuses for staff required to be on-campus and students living in residence. In alignment with industry best practices and current safety protocols for contact tracing, Humber Athletics will move to an online reservation system for booking workout slots at our fitness centres. Beginning Monday, September 28 there will no longer be drop-in hours available and all students living in residence and on-campus staff are required to pre-register their workout time.

Slots are available in 90-minute* increments as follows:

North Campus Fitness Centre – Monday through Friday: 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m.

Lakeshore Campus Fitness Centre – Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m.

  • Book up to 14 days in advance and 1 minute prior to any given time slot.
  • Select your campus from the booking page, pick a date from the calendar and then select your desired time slot.
  • Complete the registration form and reserve your place.
  • Limit one reservation per day, currently restricted to students living in residence or for staff (manager approval).

*Please note 90-minute sessions will include check-in time, use of the fitness facility, and departure.

Fitness Centre Protocols

To gain access to the Fitness Centre individuals must follow these protocols:

  • Staff must bring their employee ID card, and swipe in for contact tracing purposes
  • Residence students must bring their residence ID card and their student ID card, and swipe in for contact tracing purposes
  • Come dressed and ready for your workout. Minimize the items you bring with you and avoid the use of change rooms and/or lockers
  • Masks or face coverings are mandatory when entering the fitness centre and when in common spaces. Masks may be removed when using the equipment
  • When entering the Lakeshore Fitness Centre, staff and students must present their completed Guardian App prior to entry
  • Towel service and showers are not available at either location
  • Follow all COVID-19 policies and protocols in place with respect to patrons cleaning their own equipment, physical distancing, and directional signage and flow
  • Fitness centres are limited to 30 guests at any one time
  • Fitness centres will be closed after each 90-minute workout slot for cleaning and sterilization

The Fitness Centre Reservation System can be accessed here: http://www.humberathletics.ca/fitness/reservationsystem

Any questions can be sent by email to Humber Athletics.

Part-Time Employees May Request up to two (2) Days Paid Leave to Obtain a COVID-19 Test - Posted on September 25, 2020

September 25, 2020

The health and well-being of the Humber community continues to be our top priority. In efforts to avoid the spread of COVID-19, Ontario Colleges are offering Part Time Support and Part Time Academic staff access to a paid leave. Part time Support and part time Academic employees who are unable to work remotely and have a legitimate reason to believe they require a COVID-19 test due to possible exposure to the coronavirus have the ability to request up to two (2) days of paid leave in order to get tested.

This temporary measure is in effect until December 31, 2020. The paid leave is subject to approval from the Manager and Occupational Health and allows a part time employee access to paid leave to obtain up to two (2) tests during this period of time. Proof of having received a test is required and an employee may not return to work on campus until they have complied with the Local Health Authority protocols or provided proof of a negative test.

To request this leave, contact your Manager as well as Hiren Patel, Senior Abilities & Accommodation Specialist hiren.patel@humber.ca in Occupational Health & Safety.

Further benefits, if needed, are available through government leave provisions and more information can be found here: https://www.canada.ca/en/services/benefits/ei/cerb-application.html

Healthy Minds for Stressful Times - Posted on September 24, 2020

September 24, 2020

Counselling Services is excited to announce the return of the Healthy Minds for Stressful Times group for Fall 2020. This group will be conducted virtually. This group will provide students with:

  • Tools and strategies to cope with stress, anxiety and feeling overwhelmed
  • Emotional support


  • Where: Zoom (link on the poster attached)
  • When: Every Tuesday, 1:30 to 3 p.m., beginning October 6 until December 8
  • For: Students who are feeling overwhelmed and/or experiencing stress and anxiety

Important information:

  • This is an open group – no pre-registration is required. As of now, there is no cap on numbers but subject to change if required
  • Students can come for as few or as many sessions as they would like.
  • The room will be locked at 1:45 p.m. sharp as we do not have time to review curriculum for late arrivers
  • Students will be expected to keep their video on for the entire time in the group as interaction is a huge part of this group (involves break out groups and skill practice)

Please promote to your students: 

  • Post about Healthy Minds for Stressful Times on Blackboard (see attached poster)
  • Make an announcement about Healthy Minds for Stressful Times at the beginning of class

*Students are not required to sign up in advance*

Contact: Rose Anthony at rose.anthony@humber.ca.

Healthy Minds for Stressful Times works from an anti-oppression framework. We recognize that students face systemic oppression on the basis sexual and gender orientation, race, body size, class, disability, immigration status, country of origin, culture, age and religion. We are committed to creating an environment that celebrates diversity, and challenges all forms of oppression.

Sylvia Sweeney, Associate Dean, Film, Acting & Media Production - Posted on September 9, 2020

September 9, 2020

It is with great pleasure that I announce the appointment of Sylvia Sweeney as the new Associate Dean, Film, Acting & Media Production in the Faculty of Media and Creative Arts. 

Sylvia is a highly accomplished media professional whose award-winning career spans more than thirty years and roles on air and off. Sylvia’s extensive experience includes working as an investigative journalist and host for CTV’s W5, as well as a director and producer of film, television and live event productions. As the founder and executive producer of Elitha Peterson Productions, she has directed and produced more than 100 live events and documentaries, including the Gemini Award-winning documentary In the Key of Oscar and the CBC’s Anik Award-winning radio series About Oscar

She has been Executive Producer of the National Film Board’s Ontario Centre, director of the Ontario Media Development Corporation, and served on the boards of both Obsidian Theatre and the Toronto Raptors. 

Sylvia’s studies include journalism, communications, French, classical piano performance (McGill University), cello  (Conservatoire Nationale du Québec), and a Bachelor of Arts majoring in jurisprudence. A two-time Olympian, voted Most Valuable Player in the World in the 1979 World Championships, and a Member of the Order of Canada, she sits on both the International Olympic Committee’s Culture and Olympic Heritage Commission and Basketball Canada’s Council of Excellence. 

Please join me in welcoming Sylvia to Humber. 


Guillermo Acosta
Senior Dean, Faculty of Media & Creative Arts

Retirement: Domenic Panacci - Posted on August 28, 2020

August 28, 2020

Please join Information Technology Services in extending best wishes to Domenic Panacci who is retiring from Humber College on August 31. Domenic has been a valued and dedicated member of Humber for 41 years holding various technical support positions, most recent is a Client Services Technician with IT Client Services.

Domenic has always practiced the highest standards in client support and commitment to student success. He is a mentor and a friend to many, always enthusiastic and eager to help. Domenic has touched the lives of many Humber employees and students. We wish Domenic all the best in his retirement.

Retirement: Maureen Martin-Edey - Posted on August 24, 2020

August 24, 2020

The Organizational Effectiveness Department announces the retirement of Maureen Martin-Edey (lovingly known as “Mo”), effective August 31, 2020.

Mo is leaving Humber after a career of 41 years, that started at the Queensway campus as an Audio Visual Technician in 1979. From this role, she moved on to other roles which included AV Technician, Secretary, Liaison Assistant, Marketing Assistant, worked with the School for Writers and School for Comedy and finally as the L&D Coordinator in OE.

Mo has an undeniable gust for life and well-being and in 1991 she became a Fitness Instructor in Athletics, leading aerobics and strength classes, and initiated a Weight Training for Women program in 1992-1994, and Yoga at Humber in 2000. She also led Pilates classes and facilitated nutritional courses.

Anyone wanting to process their Tuition Assistance refund, Scholarship refunds or register for training would certainly have interfaced with Mo. The OE Department will miss Mo’s always kind words, willingness to support in any area of need and genuine care for people.

As Mo retires, we take this opportunity to thank her for her commitment to Humber and to wish her the best in all her future activities.

You can certainly connect with Mo as she plans to continue teaching yoga flow classes, breathing/relaxation sessions and meditation for the Athletics department.

Diane Simpson, Principal, Humber International Graduate School - Posted on August 24, 2020

August 24, 2020

Diane is a senior international consultant whom many in the Humber community may already know from her past role as Dean of International at Humber College. From 2005 through to 2016 Diane led the international portfolio at Humber. During that time, she was responsible for the development and implementation of Humber’s award-winning internationalization strategy, the development of partnership projects, institutional linkages, study abroad, international exchanges and the recruitment, admissions and services for Humber’s international students.

Diane currently provides strategic advice and consultation to universities and colleges across Canada, along with research and analysis of emerging trends in the internationalization of higher education and technical, vocational education and training (TVET) capacity development. She holds a Master of Science (MSc) in International Planning and Development from the University of Guelph and an undergraduate degree in Cultural Anthropology from the University of Western Ontario. She is currently a PhD candidate in Higher Education and Comparative, International, and Development Education at the University of Toronto.

I am extremely pleased that Diane has agreed to take on this critical role for Humber and look forward to continuing to work with her as she takes on this new role beginning September 14, 2020.

Diane, it is a great pleasure to formally welcome you back to Humber and to the academic leadership team!


Laurie Rancourt
Senior Vice-President, Academic

Regina Hartwick, Associate Dean, Indigenous Education & Engagement - Posted on August 5, 2020

August 5, 2020
Grace Francisci

Upon completion of our search, it is my great pleasure to announce Regina Hartwick as the successful candidate to this brand new role, Associate Dean of Indigenous Education & Engagement. I want to thank members of the interview panel for their support, time and involvement. The panel included:

  • Kelly ONeill, Dean, Program Planning, Development and Renewal
  • Vera Beletzan, Senior Dean, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences and Innovative Learning
  • Lisa Salem-Wiseman, Associate Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences and Wellness

This new role will be reporting to the Dean of Indigenous Education and Engagement, while also working closely with Program Planning, Development and Renewal and the Centre for Teaching and Learning. Regina will be responsible for facilitating awareness within an environment of teamwork to create consistent, open channels of communication in support of educational initiatives that expand and enhance Indigenous programming, methodology, research, practice and delivery. She will work collaboratively to actualize institutional commitments to Indigenous Education, creating opportunities for a breadth of teaching and learning experiences that are integral to the multi-disciplinary learning experience that every Humber student is offered. The Associate Dean promotes innovation, long-term planning, and collaborative relationship building to foster culturally safe, accessible, and welcoming learning environments across all levels of the institution.

A Kichi-Sìbì Anishinàbekwe, Regina Hartwick holds eight years of experience in Indigenous Student Services, nine years of experience teaching within and developing Indigenous Studies courses, and 16 years of combined academic experience in Canadian Studies, Indigenous Studies, Psychology and Social Services. Regina is currently completing her Doctorate in Indigenous Studies at Trent University and is focusing her research on stories of presence that speak not only of dispossession but also of strength and resilience in the face of innumerable odds.

miigwech/Nia:wen/kinanaskomitin/Thank-you, Regina for your hard work you have committed to Humber College over the years and your successful transition into this new role! I look forward to working alongside you as we integrate Indigenous knowledges and ways of being in Humber College.

Regina began this new role as of August 3, 2020.


Jason Seright
Dean, Indigenous Education & Engagement

FMCA 2020 Retirements - Posted on July 10, 2020

The Faculty of Media & Creative Arts bids farewell to more than 111 years of dedicated service!

Jane Bongers

Jane Bongers has been at Humber for more than 20 years, most recently as the Program Coordinator for the Advertising Copywriting Program. Jane has always been devoted to the students and the program, and the excellent results of her dedication and hard work has been evident at each program portfolio show. She has been an important influence in establishing and continuing the tradition of great work and successful Humber Advertising Copywriting graduates.

Hedy Korbee

Hedy joined Humber in 2007 after working more than 30 years in the journalism industry. She is a Gemini Award-winning producer and has had experience in television, radio and online journalism. As a professor and Program Coordinator, for the Journalism Diploma and Graduate Certificate programs, Hedy has demonstrated her passion for students each and every day.

Jennifer Leonard

Jennifer Leonard began her Humber career on September 1, 1991. Besides teaching across a number of programs and being a Program Coordinator for the Public Relations diploma program for many years, she has taught and volunteered her time in numerous departments at Humber. Jennifer has consistently applied much energy, creativity, and enthusiasm to her teaching profession, and a generation of students has benefited from her knowledge, understanding, and dedication.

Kalene Morgan

Kalene Morgan started at Humber in January 2000 and since then she has been guiding and advising students, first as Program Coordinator, then as professor, in the Public Relations Graduate Certificate program. Kalene has always demonstrated understanding, patience, and enthusiasm in her classes, and a real dedication for teaching and learning. The PR Grad program's continuing tradition of success owes a great deal to Kalene's excellent mentorship for students and graduates, and her terrific collaboration with colleagues across programs.

Eon Schroeder

Eon has been with Humber for 29 years and has been the face of the Film & Television Distribution Centre. During his time with the School of Media Studies and now the Faculty of Media & Creative Arts, Eon has seen many changes and many different faces, having aided in hundreds of productions and having helped thousands of students in his time. In this most recent shortened academic year, Eon along with KiBae and their crew checked out over 26,000 pieces of equipment in nearly 5,000 checkouts! Eon has helped professors and students adapt to the many changes faced by industry.  From evolving broadcast technology to the continued shift to digital video production from film, he has helped the Faculty of Media & Creative Arts in a period of tremendous growth and has always done so with patience.

On behalf of the Faculty of Media & Creative Arts, enjoy your well-earned retirement, and thank you for your dedication and years of service!

Retirement: Nancy Burt - Posted on July 8, 2020

July 8, 2020
Program Planning, Development & Renewal

With more than 30 years of service and dedication to Humber, Nancy Burt will be retiring on August 31, 2020. 

To honour Nancy and all of her accomplishments, the department of Program Planning, Development & Renewal would like to collect messages, memories, photos, and well wishes from all of her friends across the Humber community.

Please send all messages to ppdr@humber.ca by Friday, July 17, 2020.

Nicole Mitskopoulos, IGNITE’s Manager, Student Wellness - Posted on June 15, 2020

June 15, 2020

IGNITE is excited to announce Nicole Mitskopoulos as Manager, Student Wellness as of June 15, 2020. Nicole has seven years of diverse work experience in recreation and leisure, fitness, and corporate wellness. She has been a certified Health & Wellness Coach with Wellcoaches, a certified personal trainer with the National Academy of Sports Medicine, and most recently the lead for the employee well-being program at North Hennepin Community College in Minneapolis.

Nicole is looking forward to being a part of the IGNITE team and believes that wellness is imperative for business and within an organization. She is committed to changing lives through health and wellness.

For more information, contact:

Sieu Moi Ly
Director, Student Success

Quazance Boissoneau, Acting Manager, Indigenous Education & Engagement - Posted on June 8, 2020

I am pleased to announce Quazance Boissoneau’s appointment as Acting Manager of Indigenous Education and Engagement (IE&E) as of June 1, 2020.

The Interim Manager will provide leadership for the breadth of services for Humber’s Indigenous community, provided through the IE&E. Services include the continued expansion of cultural and social support programs, community outreach, advising services, peer support services and the planning of various cultural events on campus. The Interim Manager will develop, maintain and operationalize services that reflect the College’s commitment to the Indigenous Education Protocol.  

An Anishinaabekwe from Garden River First Nation, Quazance has worked as the Aboriginal Liaison Officer at Humber College since Fall 2013. Quickly hired on full time in early 2014, she has lead the College in strategic communications with First Nation communities and leveraged Humber’s brand identity by attending Indigenous sporting events and conferences across the province and nationally. Through her marketing campaigns, she has built relationships and partnerships with stakeholders to advance Humber and the department’s brand recognition.

Quazance is a 2018 graduate from Carleton University's Public Policy and Administration Post-Graduate Diploma Program where she specialized in Indigenous Policy and Administration. Prior to studying public policy and administration, she studied business and marketing at both the University and Collegiate level. In 2013, she graduated from George Brown College with a Graduate Certificate in Sports and Event Marketing. A former varsity athlete, she graduated in 2012 from Algoma University specializing in Public Administration and Human Resources. Quazance is an advocate for Indigenous mental health and physical wellness. Her emphasis is on advancing Indigenous youth through sport and education. In her work, she strives to promote balanced lifestyles for Indigenous people living in two-worlds.


Jason Seright
Dean, Indigenous Education & Engagement

Regina Hartwick, Acting Associate Dean, Indigenous Education & Engagement - Posted on June 8, 2020

It is my pleasure to announce Regina Hartwick as Acting Associate Dean of Indigenous Education & Engagement as of June 1, 2020.

A Kichi-Sìbì Anishinàbekwe, Regina Hartwick is honoured to serve as Acting Associate Dean, Indigenous Education & Engagement at Humber College. With eight years of experience in Indigenous Student Services, nine years of experience teaching within and developing Indigenous Studies courses, and 16 years of combined academic experience in Canadian Studies, Indigenous Studies, Psychology and Social Services, Regina is an accomplished Indigenous scholar who recognizes the challenges, privileges and responsibilities of post-secondary education. She has sought to transform education in ways that are more inclusive of Indigenous ways of knowing, being, and doing. Through her community work, teaching, research, and academic writing, Regina honours the gifts, offerings and teachings of those who came before, making tracks that are with each step a dedication to generations that will follow.

Under the mentorship of Michi Saagiig scholar Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, Regina is currently completing her Doctorate in Indigenous Studies at Trent University and is focusing her research on stories of presence that speak not only of dispossession but also of strength and resilience in the face of innumerable odds. The intersection of narrative memory and beliefs on what it means to be Anishinabe within the complex relational nexus of the Kichi Sìbì, act as anchor that brings to the forefront a (re)imagining of how Anishinàbeg might realize the full potential of our human embodiment, with healthy hearts, minds, bodies and spirits.

This position is new to Humber and will have a unique relationship with the academic faculty and supports how we at Humber College approach our future in innovative ways. Reporting to the Dean, Indigenous Education and Engagement, while also working closely with Program Planning, Development and Review, and the Centre for Teaching and Learning, the Acting Associate Dean is informed by the college’s mission, vision, principles, and strategic plans, CiCan’s Indigenous Education Protocol (2014), the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Calls to Action (2015), and Humber’s Strategic Plan (2018-2023).


Jason Seright
Dean, Indigenous Education & Engagement 

North Campus H Building 2nd Floor Closure - Posted on September 9, 2020

H building 2nd floor will remain closed for construction until December 2020. Access is restricted to construction personnel only. E building stairwell is accessbile for the 1st, 3rd and 4th floors only. 2nd floor access is closed for the duration of the project.

To access buildings on either side of H building, please use the 1st floor.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

Requests for Hand Sanitizers and Wipes Dispensers - Posted on September 4, 2020

September 4, 2020
Daniel Alonzo

The Capital Development and Facilities Teams have installed hand sanitizers and wipes dispensers across many locations at North and Lakeshore campuses. Should there be a need for additional sanitizers and/or wipes dispensers in your work area, please contact the individuals below:

North Campus

Lakeshore Campus

If a refill for hand sanitizer and/or wipes dispenser is needed, please submit a service request through the link here: https://humber.ca/facilities.

E Building 2nd Floor Corridor Closure - Posted on September 2, 2020

September 2, 2020

There E Building 2nd floor corridor at North Campus will be closed from Thursday, September 3 at 7 a.m. to Friday, September 4 at 5 p.m.

Please use the 1st floor for access.

Partial Closure of West Humber Trail in Humber Arboretum - Posted on August 17, 2020

August 17, 2020
Partial Closure of West Humber Trail in Humber Arboretum

Partial Closure of West Humber Trail in Humber Arboretum
(Late August to late September 2020)

As part of the Finch West LRT project, a crew will relocate utilities in the vicinity of the future Humber College Station site, located on the southwest corner of Highway 27 and Humber College Blvd.

As part of that work, they will install a new storm drain outfall in the Humber Arboretum’s ravine just west of Hwy 27 along the West Humber Trail. Outfalls reduce the amount of sediment and erosion in water bodies. During the outfall installation, the north leg of the West Humber Trail will be closed to protect the public. The work is expected to take about three weeks

When and where:

  • The north leg of the West Humber Trail (see map above) will be closed until late-September 2020, approximately.
  • Pedestrians will be able to use the south leg of the trail.
  • Work may be delayed due to weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances.

What to expect:

  • Temporary closure of the north leg of the West Humber Trail.
  • Placement of erosion and sediment control devices before construction begins.
  • Heavy trucks and equipment will be active in the work area.
  • Excavation to install pipes.
  • Please take care when walking and biking near work sites.

Parking Lot Closures: Lot 1, 13, and 14 - Posted on July 20, 2020

July 20, 2020
Daniel Alonzo

While only a limited number of staff and students are currently accessing the North Campus, please note that Humber Facilities will be closing the following parking lots at North Campus for maintenance and repaving from Monday, July 27, 2020 until Friday, September 4, 2020.

  • North side of Parking Lot #1
  • The walkway between main campus and Residence Buildings
  • Full Parking Lot #13 and #14

Alternate parking lots include Lot #6, #8, and #10. For better reference, please see attached site plan.

If there are any questions or concerns, please contact Daniel Alonzo of Facilities Management at daniel.alonzo@humber.ca.

Mailroom Operating Hours - Posted on July 16, 2020

July 16, 2020
Ashfaque Khan

Effective immediately, the mailroom at North Campus is operating from Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Mail and parcels are being delivered to the offices without obtaining any signatures, as well the outgoing mail is being picked up on our mail runs. UPS is picking up outgoing couriers as usual.

H Building Construction Closures - Posted on June 30, 2020

June 30, 2020
Robert Parkin

The following construction closures at North Campus will be in effect as of July 2020.

  • H first floor corridor from July 2, 2020 to September 2020
  • H second floor from July 2, 2020 to December 2020 

Signage will be posted around campus to direct staff and students to their destinations on campus.

Mailroom Operations – North Campus - Posted on June 9, 2020

June 9, 2020

Effective immediately, the Mailroom at North Campus is open three times a week.

  • Monday – 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • Wednesday – 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • Friday – 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact roman.fuzak@humber.ca.

Notice of Planned Hydro Service Interruption - Posted on May 15, 2020

May 15, 2020


Notice of Planned Hydro Service Interruption and Electrical Infrastructure Maintenance – Lakeshore Campus
Lakeshore Campus West and Student Welcome & Resource Centre to be closed on Sunday, June 14, 2020

When Sunday, June 14th, 2020 (7 a.m. to 7 p.m.)
Location Lakeshore Campus–West (A/AX/B & Residence) and Student Welcome & Resource Centre
Purpose To perform planned annual high voltage preventative maintenance on electrical infrastructure

The Humber Lakeshore Campus–West and Student Welcome & Resource Centre will be closed on Sunday, June 14, 2020. Students and employees will not be allowed entry into the College facilities (with the exception of Residence) during the hydro service interruption.

Lakeshore Campus-East (C/D/E/F/G/H/I/J/K/L/M/N Buildings), Centre For Justice Leadership, Fashion Institute, Art Commons, Humber Medical Centre, Humber Arts & Media Studios and the Fitness Centre will not be affected.

All mechanical electrical systems across Lakeshore Campus West and the Student Welcome & Resource Centre will be offline during the shutdown.

Central systems including Banner, Blackboard, Email and humber.ca will be available.

For more information or if you have questions, please contact Scott Skrinar, Manager, Maintenance and Operations, at scott.skrinar@humber.ca.

Updated: North Campus Mailroom Hours of Operations - Posted on April 8, 2020

April 8, 2020

Please note that the Mailroom at North Campus will be open once a week, each Wednesday, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. The Mailroom's primary focus will be to process incoming and outgoing letter mail. While we can receive some small packages, we ask that you only order essential supplies needed for next four weeks. 

Kindly refrain from ordering any large quantities or big bulky items until at least May 4, 2020 or until further notice will be provided. We have very limited storage capabilities and minimal staff available for processing of such big orders. We have already notified our usual delivery companies about this change of our business hours, but please also keep this in mind when ordering. 

Should you have any questions, please feel from to contact roman.fuzak@humber.ca.

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