Turn your diploma into a degree and see why Humber is the best fit. Graduates from diploma programs in Ontario are eligible to apply to a Humber degree.
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Ontario college diploma graduates who have completed a diploma with the same learning outcomes as a Humber diploma, may be considered for admissions and advanced standing.
Students who have acheived a program GPA of 80% or more will be awarded a one-time scholarship of $2,500.
Humber awards degree scholarships to students entering any Humber bachelor degree program who have completed a two or three year diploma from a publicly funded college in Ontario.
Graduates should apply through ontariocolleges.ca. Applying through the centralized application centre allows for the transmission of both your application and your college transcripts.
International students must submit their application and required documents by clicking on the button for Canadian applicants. The button for International applicants should not be used when applying for a diploma to degree transfer.
Choosing your Entry Semester (Level) at ontariocolleges.ca.
If you are applying to a degree program with a previously completed Ontario diploma in the same field of study, you should apply as follows:
February 1 – Equal Consideration Deadline
All applications received on or before February 1 will be given equal consideration in the admission process. Post-February 1 applications will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis depending on the availability of space in the program.
*Students may apply for advanced standing within 5 years of graduation from their diploma program.
*Students whose diploma graduation was more than 5 years ago may also be considered for admission, and will have their diploma evaluated by the academic school.
Use our diploma to degree database to check your pathways.
Once you have some programs in mind, you can research them on Humber's program pages.
Contact an advisor about your degree program.
Track the status of your application through Humber’s student portal: MyHumber. We'll send you an email with your username and password after you’ve applied.
Depending on your program, you may have to complete testing, submit a portfolio or come to campus for an assessment or audition. If your program has Secondary Requirements, you can see the details under Admission Requirements on the program information page.
For more information on Academic and Secondary Requirements, Selection Procedures and important dates, see our Admission Requirements page
You’ve received an offer of Admission from Humber.
Read your offer letter carefully to understand the type of offer you have received. See the Offers of Admission page for more information.
There are still a number of steps to complete before you start classes, so be sure to read Steps 5 - 10 very carefully and contact us if you’re unsure about what to do next.
February 1 - This is the first date that offers of admission can be made to applicants to all Humber programs.
ontariocolleges.ca will automatically notify Humber of your decision.
Confirming your offer is an exciting step in your journey, but if you’ve applied to more than one program at Humber, you may receive an offer from one program and still be waiting to hear from another. In this situation, applicants are often worried that accepting the offer they have will mean losing a chance to get into the program they’re waiting to hear from.
There are two different situations you may find yourself in and it’s important to understand the difference between them.
If Program A and Program B both send you offers at the same time, when you accept the offer from Program A you are declining your offer from Program B.
If Program A sends you an offer but Program B has not given you an admission decision, you can accept the offer from Program A without any impact on your status with Program B. If Program B sends you an offer at a later date, you can accept that offer and the offer you previously accepted to Program A will automatically be declined.
May 1 - You must confirm your offer of admission. Confirmations are made at ontariocolleges.ca. Confirmations made after May 1 will be accepted if space is available in the program. Refer to your offer letter for your confirmation deadline.
Don't lose your seat! You need to pay a non-refundable tuition deposit or the full first semester tuition fees (new international students) on MyHumber by the tuition deposit deadline to maintain a seat in your program.
Your remaining tuition balance will be due once classes begin. Refer to the Academic Calendar to check your fees due date.
For more information on tuition deposits, methods of payment, tax receipts, etc. check out the fees page.
Wondering what your program will cost? Tuition fees are listed on Humber's program pages.
Some students pay rent while others have to keep the car tank full. No matter who you are, you can always use a little help when you're studying. Find information about applying for bursaries, scholarships and the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) so you can keep your focus on school.
The scholarship will be posted to your account by the first week of classes.
Your academic progress (Schedule of Study) will be updated two weeks prior to registration.
YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE FOR a $2,500.00 DIPLOMA TO DEGREE SCHOLARSHIP if you are graduating with an 80% overall GPA or above in your diploma program.
June - Your tuition deposit is due. Make sure you get your payment in by the Fees Due Deadline* because your offer of admission could be withdrawn if your tuition deposit is not made on time.
*Fees Due Date to be determined. Your offer letter will have the exact date.
You’ve been granted block transfer credit based on your diploma level courses. The block of transfer credits will be reflected on your academic progress two weeks prior to registration. Please note, you are not eligible for further individual transfer credit from your diploma program.
If you hold another credential from a previous recognized postsecondary institution, you may still be eligible for individual transfer credit. Visit humber.ca/transferoptions for more information on how to apply for transfer credit.
If you’re planning on living in residence, fill out your residence application online as soon as possible. Residence spaces are offered on a first come, first served basis.
Request your Humber Photo ID card by uploading your photo to MyHumber.
Have questions about services, support and/or accessibility available at Humber? Student Success and Engagement has you covered.
Locker rentals and parking passes are purchased through MyHumber.
Find all the important dates you need throughout the school year. The Academic Calendar highlights fees, due dates, exam week, public holidays and more.
One of the most exciting moments as a student is when you finally get your class timetable. Register for classes online on MyHumber after you have paid your tuition deposit.
Registration schedules and how-to guides are available to help you complete your registration.
Your academic progress will be updated with your schedule of study two weeks prior to registration.
Important information about Degree Breadth Electives can be found at:
Attend orientation to find where your classes are and see the facilities and services available to you at Humber.
You may also be interested in attending GET TRANSFER READY. A day dedicated to new and returning transfer students at Humber.
At Humber we are all invested in your success. Learn more about all the services and supports Humber has to offer.
Learn more about your student government on campus, Ignite!
From enrolling students in programs and courses to awarding students’ credentials, the Office of the Registrar is here for you every step of the way. Most of the services provided by the Office of the Registrar can be accessed via MyHumber.
For additional resources such as the Academic Calendar, Academic Regulations, Policies and Procedures, etc. please visit the Office of the Registrar homepage.
Grab 15 minutes with a transfer advisor to discuss your Transfer Credit(s), Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR), and Pathways.
Read these FAQs for everything you need to know about transferring within Humber.