Humber College

Living and learning at Humber

Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning is Ontario’s fastest-growing college. With 160 full-time and 200 continuing education programs, as well as multiple opportunities to move from one credential to another, students have maximum flexibility to pursue apprenticeship, certificate, diploma, bachelor’s degree or postgraduate programs.

Humber is a leader in polytechnic education, providing a balance of theoretical and practical experience through career-focused, industry-relevant programs.

Humber’s award-winning faculty have the advanced credentials and industry experience necessary to provide an innovative learning environment, enhanced by hands-on training in state-of-the-art laboratories, industry visits, opportunities to pursue applied research, and local, national and international work placements.

Humber by the Numbers

See how Humber stacks up:

  • 27,000 full-time and 56,000 continuing education students across three campuses.
  • Students can earn a variety of credentials, including four-year bachelor’s degrees, two- and three-year diplomas, postgraduate certificates, certificates and apprenticeships.
  • Academic offerings comprise 160 full-time programs across eight academic schools; more than 200 part-time certificates, 370 online courses and 40 online programs.
  • 1,400 continuing education courses are offered evenings, weekends and online.
  • More than 20 bachelor’s degree programs.
  • Transfer agreements with Canadian and international universities and colleges, including in Finland, Japan, Germany and New Zealand.
  • 85 percent of graduates find employment within six months of graduation.

Life at Humber

Humber College, Toronto

Situated in the west end of Toronto, Humber’s two campuses offer the best of both worlds – city life in a natural setting. The North Campus’ Humber Arboretum covers 250 lush and peaceful acres and includes six kilometres of walking trails. The Lakeshore Campus is adjacent to 50 acres of parkland and sits on the shores of Lake Ontario. With access to multiple public transit options, students at both campuses can take advantage of the excitement of downtown Toronto’s theatres, clubs, restaurants and shopping.

Humber Student Life

Fitness classes, varsity teams, student-run newspaper, radio and TV, volunteerism, community involvement and more than 80 social clubs are just a few of the activities in which students can get involved. The multicultural population is supported by the Humber Students’ Federation, which organizes many events designed to help students celebrate the college experience, get involved and make new friends. Humber’s campuses are equipped with modern libraries, open-access computer and training labs, workout facilities, a spa, eateries serving snacks or full meals, and a lively student pub.

Humber Student Housing

Humber student housing provides an ideal balance of independent living, social life, security and convenience. The North Campus residences house 1,000 students and the Lakeshore Campus residence houses 400. Residences offer a fully-developed residence life program, including common recreation areas, cafeterias and laundry facilities to ensure students have everything they need.

Humber Student Services

Student success is supported with a broad range of services, including:

  • Peer Tutoring
  • Academic and Personal Counselling
  • Career Advancement Services
  • Health Services
  • International and Aboriginal Student Services
  • Accessibility Services

Campus Locations

North 205 Humber College Boulevard Toronto, ON, M9W5L7 Tel:416.675.3111
Lakeshore 3199 Lake Shore Boulevard West Toronto, ON, M8V1K8 Tel:416.675.3111
Orangeville 275 Alder Street Orangeville, ON, L9W5A9 Tel:1.877.675.3111

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