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                                      HUMBER COLLEGE

Humber, a member of Polytechnics Canada, is committed to student success through excellence in teaching and learning. Humber's broad range of career-focused credentials include: bachelor degrees, diplomas, certificates, and postgraduate certificates. We also offer apprenticeship training. With 160 full-time programs and 200 continuing educations programs to choose from, the 27,000 full-time and 56,000 part-time students of Humber have access to many opportunities for continuous learning.

·         Office of the President 

Chris Whitaker, President and CEO of Humber College.

·         Academic Schools 

Eight schools that provide programs in distinct areas of study. Programs combine a solid academic foundation and practical experience and offer career focused credentials.

·         Campus & Facilities 

Three campuses, libraries, computer labs, student residences and student centres, athletics, dining facilities, acres of parkland and more…

·         Corporate Info 

View Humber’s vision, mission and strategic objectives. Read our Annual Report, Policies and Procedures, and review our corporate structure. Meet our president and Board of Governors.

·        ​ HR Services 

Find out about employment at Humber.

·         Aboriginal Services 

Your Aboriginal resource for academic, personal, cultural, financial support, and much more. We welcome all student and staff who are interested in learning about First Nations people.

·         Alumni 

Stay connected with Humber long after graduation. Take advantage of alumni benefits.

·         Humber in the Community 

Learn what Humber is doing in the community, from employment services to youth summer camps to services for new immigrants.

·         Campus Development 

Longer term development plans for Humber's three campuses, plus updates on ongoing facility improvements. Lakeshore Campus revitalization projects funded under the Knowledge Infrastructure Program.

·         Giving to Humber 

Ensure an innovative learning environment for students and further your relationship with Humber. Find out how to support Humber or students in need of financial assistance through contributions to awards, scholarships and campus development campaigns.

·         Program Planning, Development & Renewal 

Learn about Humber’s integrated approach to strategic planning and institutional analysis, program review and development, as well as community outreach and workforce development. These areas work together to support high-quality postsecondary education and training.

Campuses and Facilities

Humber North Campus
205 Humber College Blvd., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M9W 5L7

Situated in northwest Toronto adjacent to the Humber River and 100 acres of parkland.

Home to more than 19,000 full-time students
Residence for 1,000 students
Library, an indoor pool and sauna, athletics facilities and a fully functioning spa
On the Toronto public transit line
Nearby Toronto attractions include the Air Canada Centre, Rogers Centre, clubs, theatres, the Royal Ontario Museum, the Art Gallery of Ontario, CN Tower, Ontario Place and Harbourfront
A variety of eating establishments, a pub, and a student-run fine dining restaurant
The Arboretum, a beautiful 100-acre park
Varsity and intramural leagues
The Centre for Trades and Technology (just up the street), featuring two full-sized townhomes and dedicated labs for construction, home renovation, plumbing, electrical, woodworking and cabinetmaking programs
The nearby Transportation Training Centre, offering programs for DZ and AZ truck licenses

Humber Lakeshore Campus
3199 Lake Shore Blvd. W., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M8V 1K8
Situated in the west end of Toronto, on the shores of Lake Ontario.

Home to more than 7,800 full-time students with 400 living in residence
Residence for 400 students
Library and a variety of eating establishments
Hiking, walking and biking trails
Minutes from downtown and on the Toronto public transit line
Close to cultural attractions of Toronto including the Air Canada Centre, Rogers Centre, clubs, theatres, the Royal Ontario Museum, the Art Gallery of Ontario, CN Tower, Ontario Place and Harbourfront
Listen to jazz and other concerts in the performing arts centre
Attend live theatre and comedy shows
LEED-Silver certified Lakeshore Commons building, featuring airy, open common areas and workspaces, computer labs, multi-media production suites, an art gallery and a cafeteria

Humber Orangeville Campus
275 Alder Street, Alder Street Recreation Complex, Orangeville Ontario, Canada, L9W 5A9

Home to more than 200 full-time students

Situated in Dufferin County, northwest of Toronto.

Closely connected with the Orangeville Community
Study in wireless classrooms along with a student commons and computer lab
On-site fitness centre, including swimming pool, two hockey rinks, library, and food court

Full-time programs include:

Early Childhood Education, Fitness and Health Promotion, Police Foundations and Social Service Worker.


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