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COVID-19 Update: Return to Campus Resources - Posted on July 13, 2020

July 13, 2020

We look forward to continuing to welcome a small number of students, staff and faculty to campus in the coming weeks. As individuals attend campus, we want to remind you that the health, safety and well-being of the Humber community is our top priority, and that we continue to adhere to all Ontario and City of Toronto Public Health guidelines.

A new microsite has been developed to provide important information, health and safety measures, as well as resources for those coming to campus. 

The microsite, which can be found at humber.ca/campus-return, will continue to be updated and you are encouraged to check back regularly for new information. 

Summer and Fall 2020 Parking Update

Humber will offer complimentary parking to students and employees for the Summer and Fall 2020 semesters.

Summer 2020

  • North Campus
    Students should park in Lot 1, Lot 8, & Lot 10.
    Lot 1 is best for LX entrance. Lots 6 and 8 are closest to the LRC entrance
  • The Centre for Trades & Technology
    If parking is full at The Centre for Trades and Technology, students are asked to park in the overflow lot at 85 Woodbine Downs

Fall 2020

  • Daily parking at all campuses is complimentary to all students and employees who need to attend the college. Parking permits will not be sold for the Fall semester.

Winter 2020

  • Information about student and employee parking permit sales for the Winter 2021 semester will be posted by November 1, 2020.

For the latest updates on the impact of COVID-19 on our activities, please continue to visit www.humber.ca/updates.

Humber Insights - Posted on July 10, 2020

July 10, 2020
Regan Mancini
 It shows slightly more international students receiving awards than domestic students. Of the international students, about one forth are 25 years or older. Of the domestic students, about one third are 25 years or older.

On March 31, 2020, Humber surveyed its students to assess how COVID-19 was impacting them. Students reported high stress related to:

  • The loss of employment;
  • The ability to pay for food and housing; and
  • The ability to continue in academic programs while providing childcare or other family support.

International students and those older than 25 years were disproportionately affected. This research finding is consistent with college’s and Ignite’s Emergency Financial Relief Fund awards disbursed in the winter and summer of 2020, which saw proportionately more of this population receive funding to meet basic needs than their domestic counterparts and those younger than 25 years.

A previous study of the impact of Humber’s financial aid program on student success found that financial assistance positively affected retention, and students who received financial aid had higher GPAs than those that did not.

The analysis is available in this new one page brief. For more information, please contact Abhinandhan Raghu.

This publication is the latest in IPA’s Insights series which supports institutional data literacy and the establishment of a common understanding about important institutional issues and topics related to Humber’s strategic priorities.

Humber Receives Inspiring Affinity Group Award - Posted on July 10, 2020

July 10, 2020

The inaugural INSIGHT Into Diversity Inspiring Affinity Group Award recognizes 38 member groups that have made a significant impact on their members, campuses, and communities. Campus organizations that offer employees opportunities for social and professional networking, peer mentoring, and more are typically referred to as employee resource groups (ERGs) or affinity groups.

Humber's African/Black Affinity Group and LGBTQ+ Affinity Group provide an atmosphere that fosters growth and development for members and promotes diversity, equity, and inclusion on campus. Each organization assists in the recruitment, retention, and advancement of underrepresented employees as well as provides opportunities for community engagement and outreach.

For the complete list of recipients, visit here.

Please Inform Facilities Management if you are on Campus - Posted on July 10, 2020

July 10, 2020

To Faculty/Department leads,

As limited numbers of staff and students return to campus, we ask that you please let Facilities know if you are going to have staff on campus, either at North Campus or Lakeshore Campus.

Email daniel.alonzo@humber.ca with location information and duration, so we can ensure that the building HVAC systems are on.


Daniel Alonzo
Associate Director, Facilities Management

Improve Your Waste Sorting at Home - Posted on July 9, 2020

July 9, 2020

In the past year, the Office of Sustainability alongside BEST Service Pros has worked hard to increase waste management education on campus including new signage and four-stream bins at Lakeshore.

While we may not be on campus, waste reduction and proper waste sorting is as important as ever. We want to make sure that the Humber community has the tools and resources they need to manage their waste, both at home and on campus.

Please fill out this short survey, and we'll provide you with some tips on how to reduce, recycle and compost properly at your house.

For waste management at home, we have created a Sustainability at Home resource that includes recycling and compost tips. In addition, if you are living in Toronto you can learn more about sorting your items on the Waste Wizard search engine.

If you have any more ideas about how we can improve waste reduction at Humber, please reach out directly to safa.al-haji@humber.ca.

Hot Off the Virtual Presses: Issue 3 of Shore Stories - Posted on July 8, 2020

July 8, 2020
Cover of Shore Stories zine edition No. 3 featuring the shoreline of Lake Ontario with rocky edge, blue water, and skyline of Toronto in distance.

Looking for some summer reading? Why not check out the latest edition of Shore Stories - it's hot off the (virtual) presses!

Shore Stories is the official zine of the Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre. We publish three times a year, and use it as a place to feature small stories that connect to the Lakeshore Grounds region. We include contributors from our staff, students, volunteers, and community members.

Issue 3 features: 

  1. ​Tree Swallows by Terry Smith
  2. ​Feeling of Impending Renaissance by Alex Sein
  3. ​Streaming the Lakeshore Grounds by Jennifer Bazar
  4. ​Going Digital by Nadine Finlay
  5. ​New Toronto: Then and Now by Sheriza Anne de Guzman
  6. ​Wartime Media Updated by Jim Tate
  7. ​Reviewing the Pandemic History of the Hospital by Jennifer Bazar
  8. ​We Need Nature by Irene Cholewka

To read online, visit: lakeshoregrounds.ca/soundscapes

Past editions are also available online. Happy reading!​


If you would like to offer feedback on any of our issues, or contribute to a future zine edition, please, reach out to the Editor and Assistant Curator, Nadine Finlay, at info@lakeshoregrounds.ca​​

Humber Galleries Call for Kids' Artwork - Posted on July 8, 2020

July 8, 2020
Casey Norris

Humber Galleries Virtual Field Trips and Call for Kids' Artwork

Quarantots – Kids Creating Artwork for Seniors and Essential Workers

Humber Galleries is excited to announce our new call for artwork: #Quarantots!

This summer, Humber Galleries has partnered with some wonderful cultural institutions and attractions around Toronto to create some brand new Quarantots Virtual Field Trips. Each Tuesday we'll be posting a special virtual field trip or online exhibition on our social media channels for you to visit from the comfort of your own home. All you have to do is explore the weekly exhibitions and turn one of the pieces you see there into a brand new work of art! Once you've got your masterpiece is complete you can send us a photo on social media using the hashtag #Quarantots or through the submissions form below and we'll add it to a special online gallery at the following Monday.

These artworks won’t just be online though! We want to bring some colour and positivity to the residents and front-line workers at long-term care homes. We’ve partnered with a few long-term care homes around Toronto that are beyond excited to receive some kids’ art that they can display. Let’s help bring more creativity and positivity and show them we are thinking of them! 

Check out humbergalleries.ca/quarantots or @Humbergalleries on social media for more info on how to get involved.

#TidBitTours - Posted on July 8, 2020

July 8, 2020
Nadine Finlay
Alex and Nadine from the Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre

Introducing #TidBitTours!

This summer, join the Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre - remotely! Alex and Nadine will be bringing you mini-tours in 15 seconds or less to keep sharing content while physical distancing.

Watch the Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre's Instagram story at @LakeshoreGRNDS every Thursday, or catch up with past weeks on Instagram Highlights. Send us your questions by direct message or email at info@lakeshoregrounds.ca for the latest information from the team at the Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre.

New Return to Campus Microsite - Posted on July 8, 2020

July 8, 2020

The new return to campus microsite is now open: https://humber.ca/campus-return

Staff can now use the link in student communications and social media posts. There will also be a link to the site from the main homepage.

This return to campus microsite provides the information you need to know about planning for your return to campus.

We will continue to update this site and encourage you to check back regularly for new information. For the latest updates on the impact of COVID-19 on our activities, please visit www.humber.ca/updates.

Centre for Human Rights, Equity & Diversity 2019/2020 At a Glance Report - Posted on July 6, 2020

The Centre for Human Rights, Equity & Diversity (Centre) continues to have the privilege of serving the Humber Community through this time of physical distancing and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. We take this opportunity to share the Centre’s 2019/2020 At a Glance Report highlighting some of the Centre’s achievements over the past academic year.

Deep thanks to the Humber Community for supporting Humber’s Human Rights, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion education and work. We are as successful as you enable us to be.


Nancy Simms M.A. ADR
Director, Human Rights, Equity & Diversity

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 

Ruth Butlin, Director, Enterprise Applications - Posted on June 4, 2020

June 4, 2020

I am very pleased to announce that starting on Monday, June 1, Ruth Butlin has joined Humber as Director, Enterprise Applications. In this role, Ruth is responsible for supporting Humber’s enterprise applications including business analysis, enterprise solutions management, and enterprise technology services.

Ruth is joining Humber from the University of Guelph where she was the Director, Enterprise Applications in the Computing & Communications Services division. Ruth brings more than 23 years of experience working in technology services supporting higher-education institutions including the University of Guelph and Queen’s University. Recently, Ruth has led planning for reinvestments in cloud-based ERP systems at the University of Guelph including an update to the student information system, an HR transformation initiative and new approaches to data management and reporting.

In addition to her role as an administrator, Ruth is engaged in the academic community. For the Winter 2020 term, Ruth was a sessional instructor at the University of Guelph-Humber in the Media Studies program and is developing courses for Fanshawe College in the Business Information Architecture program.

Ruth holds a Masters of Business Administration degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management from the University of Guelph and a Business Administration (Information Technology) Diploma from St. Lawrence College.

Please join me in welcoming Ruth to the Humber community.


Warm regards,

Scott R. Briggs
Chief Information Officer

IGNITE Student Engagement Coordinators - Posted on May 12, 2020

May 12, 2020
L to R: Camila Ruiz Tacha, Erika Johnson and Julia Ciampa

IGNITE is proud to announce the Student Engagement Coordinators (SECs):

The SECs are the key contact and advocate for students at each campus. They advocate to make students lives more affordable and enjoyable during their time at Humber and Guelph-Humber. They are also the first point of contact when it comes to clubs. We encourage you to connect with them in respect to the forementioned duties, and we look forward to continued collaboration with you.

For more information, please contact Kristine Galvan, Manager, Leadership & Advocacy at kristine@ignitestudentlife.com.

Jason Seright, Dean, Indigenous Education and Engagement - Posted on February 18, 2020

February 18, 2020

After an extensive national search, I am pleased to announce the appointment of Jason Seright as Humber’s Dean of Indigenous Education and Engagement.

The Dean will provide leadership in support of Humber’s 2018-23 Strategic Plan commitment to expand and enhance Indigenous programming, methodology, research, practice and delivery. In addition, he will work with the Aboriginal Resource Centre team and internal and external college partners to continue to meet Humber’s commitments to the national Indigenous Education Protocol signed in 2014, and our ongoing response to the 2015 Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action.

Jason is joining us from Saskatchewan Polytechnic, where he has served for six years as the Director of Indigenous Strategy. In that role, Jason provided vision, leadership and direction to the implementation and continuous improvement of the Indigenous Student Success Strategy, which focuses on increasing Indigenous student success through higher completion rates and creating a sense of belonging.   

Jason has more than 25 years of experience in Indigenous education in Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia, with a focus on increasing Indigenous student enrolment and completion. Prior to Saskatchewan Polytechnic, he was a facilitator-consultant on First Nations Métis education with the Mamawohkamatowin partnership, a collaboration between Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools, Saskatoon Tribal Council and Central Urban Métis Federation. Jason has held a variety of leadership positions, including Maskwacis Outreach School principal, Central Okanagan School District principal and Ermineskin Elementary Junior School principal.

Jason holds a master’s degree in education from the University of Calgary. He began his studies at the University of Saskatchewan, where he graduated with a bachelor of education, including minors in native studies and Indian and northern education. Jason is Metis of Cree and Dene ancestry and is originally from Northern Saskatchewan, Buffalo Narrows and Ile a Lacrosse.

Jason will begin his role at Humber on March 30.

Tawaw, Wa’tkwanonhwerá:ton, Boozhoo, Welcome, Jason! 

Jason Hunter
Vice President, Students and Institutional Planning

Elizabeth Hibbert, Project Manager, Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation - Posted on February 10, 2020

February 10, 2020

Please join me in welcoming Elizabeth Hibbert, to the role of Project Manager for the Humber Centres of Innovation, Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation. In this role, Elizabeth will work on managing processes in support of effective delivery of the key priorities of the Centre as well as coordination of specific projects and events related to the COI network business Plan. The role will also provide support to Humber Faculties, the members of the Advanced Manufacturing Consortium and other Industrial Partners and stakeholders to implement projects in the BCTI.

Elizabeth has spent most of her career at Bell Media in roles ranging from Digital Specialist to Digital Sales Coordinator and Assistant. In her most recent role she worked with sales teams to achieve revenue targets, launched training programs and events, and was involved in product development.

Elizabeth holds a Degree in Business Communication from Brock University, and recently obtained her Project Management Professional Certification, the culmination of a process that started with earning her Project Management Certificate here at Humber.

We at the Barrett CTI are looking forward to her positive attitude and the energy that Elizabeth will bring to complement our team. Please feel free to drop by to say hello next time you visit the BCTI.

Kind regards,

Neal Mohammed
Director, Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation

Organizational Announcement: Humber College Food Services - Posted on January 31, 2020

January 31, 2020

We are pleased to announce a forthcoming transition within the Humber Chartwells team on campus. We would like to thank Walter Da Silva for his leadership, passion and commitment with Humber College food services since 2018. Walter will continue to operate as a District Manager within the GTA region, in addition to supporting corporate initiatives.

Welcome back Gobi Perumal! After more than three years as a General Manager at St. Michael's College, Gobi returns to Humber College. Gobi, a seasoned Humber food service operator, has performed various duties as Food Service Director on both the Humber North and Lakeshore campuses from 2010 to 2017.

Gobi is a savvy and innovative leader with many years of hospitality and retail experience driving the strategic planning and execution of Chartwells operations. During his work with multi-million dollar brands such as Marriott, Williams café and Compass Canada he is recognized as a critical thinker with outstanding problem solving skills and a proven history of identifying opportunities, optimizing processes, and introducing lasting solutions that satisfy immediate and long-term goals. Gobi was a 2018 Be-A-Star award recipient, an internal Compass Group award that recognizes top talent based on operational criteria.

Gobi will be responsible for Humber North, Lakeshore and Trades campus’ retail as well as the residence food services. Director of Culinary Chef Jerome D’souza, General Manager Amit Banerjee and Food Service Director Monika Wojciechowski will all report to Gobi.

​​Gobi's true passions however are networking and creating connections. If you’d like to connect with Gobi, feel free to stop by the Chartwells office or contact him directly at gobi.perumal@compass-canada.com.

Please join me in congratulating Gobi on his new role and best wishes to Walter as he continues to grow his portfolio. We are confident that this new alignment will enable us to provide greater and more impactful results together!


Geetha Ramasamy (Chartwells) Paul Iskander (Humber)

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.

Mailroom Operations – North Campus - Posted on March 19, 2020

March 19, 2020

Please be advised that the North Campus Mailroom is still in operation and we continue to receive and deliver mail and packages. The hours of operation have been adjusted to Monday to Friday from 8 a.m to 12 p.m.

Any lettermail or packages addressed to any person at the North Campus will be delivered, within 1-2 business days.

Should you have any questions or requests, please feel free to contact me directly at roman.fuzak@humber.ca.

Exit Closure for DX Receiving Project - Posted on February 24, 2020

February 24, 2020
Robert Parkin

As part of the College’s DX Receiving project, one of the exit doors of Building D going out to Parking Lot 15 will be closed at North Campus.

During construction, the contractor will need to close the exit door inside the central stairwell of Building D. Alternative exits to the outdoors are located through the Culinary Lab Corridor and the front entrance of Building D. Staff members who continue to park in Lot 15 will be able to use the exit through Building B during the construction period.

  • Construction start date: Monday, February 24, 2020
  • Construction dompletion date: Winter 2021

If you have any question, please contact Robert Parkin at x4829.

Lot & Entrance Closure – D Building - Posted on February 14, 2020

February 14, 2020
Jamie Wells

On February 22, the parking lot and receiving area between J and D building at North Campus will be closed off from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

D building entrance beside Tim Hortons will also be closed.

We will be craning new HVAC equipment onto D roof and safety equipment on to the LRC roof.

Please respect the protective barriers and signs that will be placed around the work area.

Any questions or concerns, contact Jamie Wells at jamie.wells@humber.ca.

Notice of Planned Power Shutdown - Posted on February 13, 2020

When Saturday, February 22 at 9 p.m. to Sunday, February 23 at 6 a.m.
Location Buildings affected at North Campus: C, D, E, F, G, IE (Tim Horton's), JF, N, NX 

Humber Facilities is installing a new Solar PV system at the North Campus.

As part of this project, the solar system will be connected to the campus electrical distribution system. In order to make these connections, an electrical shutdown of a large number of buildings on campus is planned for Saturday, February 22, starting at 9 p.m. During this shutdown, any systems that are not on emergency power will not have power.

Please see the attached PDF for a map of affected locations.

Construction Notice: Parking Lot 15 & Portable DX Building Closures - Posted on February 12, 2020

February 12, 2020
Robert Parkin

As part of the College’s DX Receiving project, we will be building a new one-storey building in the space behind building D at the North Campus. This receiving building will have walk-in fridges and freezers, loading docks, loading areas, and office spaces, serving the Faculty of Business’ culinary programs, as well as other campus services.

Starting Monday, February 24, 2020, a large portion of parking lot 15 will be closed permanently. The portable building DX will also be demolished.

Construction start date Monday, February 24, 2020
Construction completion date Winter 2021

Alternative parking spots have been arranged for staff who currently park in the affected area of parking lot 15. During construction, staff who continue parking in lot 15 will experience some noise and inconveniences – especially during excavation activities. We apologize in advance for disturbances and are working with our contractors to minimize the impact.

For questions related to parking, please contact James Irvine at x5438. For questions related to construction, please contact Robert Parkin at x4829.

LRC Building Closure - Posted on November 7, 2019

November 7, 2019
Daniel Alonzo

LRC Building Closure
​Sunday, November 10, 2019
7 a.m. to 7:30 am

No entry to any floor of the North Campus LRC during the power service shutdown.

Alternate study spaces are available at:

  • E-link Lab D160
  • E-link Lab H205

Access these labs through D Building entrance on the north side, by Tim Hortons.

For more information or if you have questions, please contact Daniel Alonzo at daniel.alonzo@humber.ca.

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