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The BASE (Black Academic Success and Engagement) Program is an equity hub within the department of Student Success and Engagement at Humber College. The BASE Program seeks to provide students who identify as Black, African, and Caribbean with community, resources and support to help them fully maximize on their campus experience. Our programming is open to students within Humber College and the University of Guelph-Humber.


The goal of the BASE is to create a holistic environment, for academic, social and professional development, and civic engagement for all members of the Humber Community.

Our programs assist with the following areas: Academic Support, Leadership, Personal and Professional Development and On and Off Campus Engagement.


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Staff

Kimberly Daniels
She/Her
Interim Manager, Equity & Student Life
Black Academic Success and Engagement
Student Success and Engagement
kimberly.daniels@humber.ca
416.675.6622 ext. 4724

Jemeisha Williams
She/Her
Coordinator
Student Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives
Student Success and Engagement
Jemeisha.Williams@humber.ca

Igho Itebu
She/Her
Program Assistant
The BASE
Student Success and Engagement
igho.itebu@humber.ca

Hours and Locations

Office Hours
9:00am-4:00pm

Hours may vary due to staffing, events and holidays.

Our Location
LRC2123, North Campus
A168, Lakeshore Campus

Virtual Update: This semester, we are available to connect with online and in-person. More information on in-person hours and programming will be available soon.

Contact Us
Please e-mail thebase@humber.ca to connect with us (MS Teams, WebEx, e-mail, phone).

Programming is Now Online!

Don't miss out on how we are engaging our virtual community! All of our updates are posted online. Visit us on our social media channels. Stay connected and engaged with us online via Instagram @thebasehumber to learn more about our events, resources, and community.


Community Resources Available 

Support is available for students who may need it. Please do not hesitate to check out the following list of Black-focused community resources. If you need support accessing these resources or knowing where to start, please e-mail us at thebase@humber.ca and we would be happy to support you.

Counselling ​

Social Services

Health

Accessibility Support

Other Humber Resources

Find Us on Social Media
@TheBaseHumber

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