Transitions To Success
Transitions to Success (formerly Easy Start Transition Program) aims to provide new students with resources and information to assist in transitioning to post-secondary studies at Humber College and the University of Guelph-Humber. This is a great opportunity to learn about Accessible Learning Services, make new friends, win prizes and have fun!
- Understanding Your Accommodation Letter
- Time Management and Memory Strategies
- How to Communicate with Professors
- Establishing Positive Habits and Managing Stress
In-Person Dates (sessions will also be broadcasted virtually)
Tuesday, August 23 at Lakeshore Campus
Wednesday, August 24 at North Campus
We are hosting a separate day on Friday, August 26 at North Campus specifically for students who identify as living with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Students will have an opportunity to connect with each other and explore various topics related to communication and interaction. On this day you can expect to:
- Meet other new, like-minded students
- Get first year survival tips from senior students with ASD
- Learn how to access support systems
- Develop strategies for academic and social success
Family and Friends
Are you a family member or friend of a student beginning their studies? Interested in learning more about the services and resources available to support them? Join us for a virtual session on Wednesday, August 24 from 6:00pm to 7:00pm, where we will answer your questions and provide you with a helpful pathway to campus resources.
“I felt the guest speaker was Incredible, and it was very reassuring to hear the stories from the student panel. It was also a great opportunity to meet some awesome people, and feel more comfortable about transitioning to Humber."
100% of surveyed participants indicated that they would recommend the program to other students with disabilities and that they plan to access our services during their time at Humber College and the University of Guelph-Humber.
Top 6 Reasons to Attend
Meet current students who are connected with Accessible Learning Services and succeeding in their studies!
Learn the differences between the expectations on students in High School compared to College and University.
Bring a Guest
Your guests will learn ways to support you on your new academic journey.
Learn about note-taking, time management strategies, or coping with anxiety!
You’re Not Alone
Meet other students starting their post-secondary journey and discover the common questions you all have.
Learn about what academic accommodations are, what we can do for you, and what you need to do to prepare for September.