Humber College

Humber College provides broad range of career-focused credentials which includes bachelor’s degrees, diploma, certificate, apprenticeship and postgraduate programs. With over 150 full time programs and 200 continuing educations programs to choose from, the 21,000 full-time and 55,000 part-time students of Humber have access to many opportunities for continuous learning.


The Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning is one of Canada’s leading learning solution providers and is one of 12 Vanguard Learning Colleges in North America, selected for its excellence in education and training.

Humber College Academic Schools

School of Applied Technology – is one of Ontario’s most respected and comprehensive applied technology schools. Programs that are offered are: design, engineering technologies, sustainable energy, apprenticeship and skilled trades, and graduate studies. Credentials you can earn include four-year bachelor degrees, two- and three-year diplomas, certificates and apprenticeships.

The Business School – offers over 25 programs in more than a dozen fields which ensure a comprehensive business education. Programs range from marketing, accounting, human resources, international business, law or even fashion and spa management. Most four-year degrees offer common business practices for the first two years and specialization in the last two years.

School of Creative & Performing Arts – is home to internationally acclaimed diploma and degree programs in comedy, music, publishing, theatre and writing. This school offers studios, stages and labs, award-winning faculty as well as opportunities for students to perform and complete job placements.

School of Health Sciences – prepares students for meaningful careers in the health-care field. Since 1967, Humber meets the ongoing demands of the contemporary health-care environment. Degrees, diplomas and certificates in programs such as nursing, early childhood education, paramedic, occupational therapy assistant, pharmacy technician, or funeral services provide graduates with opportunities in most health-care settings.

School of Hospitality, Recreation & Tourism – offers state-of-the-art facilities, innovative programming, expert faculty and extensive industry partnerships make this one of the leading award-winning schools for the education of culinary, hospitality, tourism, and fitness and recreation professionals. Instruction is led by expert faculty, who work closely with industry and professional associations to ensure graduates are sought-after employees. Program offer work placement experiences as well.

School of Liberal Arts & Sciences – Humber is the only college in Ontario with interdisciplinary liberal arts and science programs to ensure a solid academic foundation for all students. Most degree, diploma or certificate programs include social sciences, humanities and science electives, as well as communications and math courses. ESL, college, science and technology, and university preparation are also offered.

School of Media Studies & Information Technology – The School of Media Studies & Information Technology has the largest combination of media-sector programs in Canada providing training in public relations, journalism, advertising, graphic design, digital arts, 3D animation, film and television production, and web-based media and information technology. Credentials range from degrees, diplomas and certificates to postgraduate certificates.

School of Social & Community Services – Educates you in the leading-edge skills needed to make a difference in society, whether as a criminal justice professional, a child and youth worker, a social services worker, or in community and justice services, developmental services, public or private policing, or fire services. Field placements provide comprehensive real-world learning opportunities in a broad range of community agencies and organizations.

Humber College Campuses

Humber North Campus

Is situated in northwest Toronto adjacent to the Humber River and 100 acres of parkland and is home to more than 15,000 full-time students. The North Humber campus is also a place of residence for 1,000 students and has direct access to the Toronto public transit line.

This campus features the Arboretum, a beautiful 100-acre park, a library, an indoor pool and sauna, athletics facilities, a fully functioning spa, a variety of eating establishments, a pub, and a student-run fine dining restaurant.

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.

Campus Map | Parking Map | Directions

Humber Lakeshore Campus

Situated in the west end of Toronto, on the shores of Lake Ontario, this Humber College campus is home to more than 5,000 full-time students with 400 living in residence. The Lakeshore campus is minutes from downtown and on the Toronto public transit line.

On and around campus includes hiking, walking and biking trails. Other campus features includes a library, a variety of eating establishments, and live music, theatre and comedy shows.

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.

Campus Map | Parking Map | Directions

Humber Orangeville Campus

Situated in Dufferin County, northwest of Toronto, Humber Orangeville is a small campus community, where you will find a cohesive and collegial student environment.

Features of this campus are studying 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.

Campus Map | Location Map

Directions and Map to Humber North Campus

By Car

From 401 East: Take the 401 to exit 354 to merge onto Dixon Rd, Take the ON-27 ramp, merge onto Route 27, Turn left at Humber College Blvd, Make a U-turn at Windwood Dr, Humber College North Campus will be on the right side.

From 401 West: Take the Hwy 409/427 North exit from Hwy 401, Take the Finch Avenue exit, Turn right onto Finch Avenue, Turn right onto Humber College Boulevard

By Public Transit

There are three buses leaving from three different subway stops:

Kipling Station, Take 191 North (Highway 27 Rocket) to Humber
From Wilson Station, 96 Wilson Express
York Mills Station, Take 96, 96B, 96E Bus West to Humber

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Contact Humber College

Email: enquiry at humber.ca
Telephone: (416) 675-3111
Fax: (416) 675-2427

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