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Student Support FAQs

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Browse FAQs below for help with Registration, Apprenticeship and General Questions.

Registration Help

Your student records is currently inactive due to non-attendance or graduation. Students should contact their PC or the Registrar’s Office to discuss options.

Contact your Program Coordinator.

You can find your Program Coordinator (Primary Advisor) on your Student Information in MyHumber.

You have a hold on your account which prevent registration. For more information on your hold, please contact the originator.

For more details on Holds and Resolutions

You may have holds that may prevent registration or have other impacts. Please review if the holds impacts any process by reviewing the Process Affected.

Registration is not available at this time. For more information: http://humber.ca/registration/

You have a hold on your account which prevent registration. For more information check the Prepare for Registration or View Holds under the Record tab on MyHumber.

For more details on Holds and Resolutions

Your Academic Standing is Required to Withdraw.

Contact your Program Coordinator.

You can find your Program Coordinator (Primary Advisor) on your Student Information in MyHumber.

Your student records is currently inactive due to non-attendance or graduation. Students should contact their PC or the Registrar’s Office to discuss options.

Your program and semester is defined as Block Registration. Select the Blocks tab to complete your registration.

Course Restrictions and Prerequisites can be viewed by clicking the Course Title.

Course Restrictions and Prerequisites

Course Restrictions which may include Level, Academic School, Program, Campus, and Semester restrictions.

Prerequisites which can be course and/or testing requirements can be viewed by clicking the Course Title.

Course Restrictions

You need to choose courses that are part of your Academic School. Your Academic School can be found on the Prepare for Registration tab under your Primary Program details.

The Course is full.

The course is restricted to a course level. For more information check your Program level on the Prepare for Registration tab.

The course is restricted to a specific semester.

You have enter two duplicate courses. The first course entered will attempt the registration, followed by the second.

Course Registration: Register for all of your other courses and contact your program coordinator to work on a solution for the courses you require prerequisites for.

Block Registration: Contact your program coordinator to work on a solution for the courses you require pre-requisites for.

Please ensure you have written your CCPT - Computerized College Placement Testing. You can view your test score under the Student Records tab on MyHumber

Summary Errors

Summary Errors

If you hover your mouse over the Status Error a pop-up box will indicate the errors preventing registration.

You can register for your courses at MyHumber. For information on how to prepare and other how-to guides, click here.

Please refer to this Registration Error Guide to find a solution to common registration errors.

Various types of holds can prevent students from registering for courses. For a full list of holds and descriptions, please refer to this Holds and Resolution Guide (academic midterm warning hold needs to be updated re: “Impact of Hold” column).

Test scores can be found on MyHumber. Here is a guide on how to read test scores.

Humber’s Academic Calendar will list all important dates for each semester, including the last day to add/drop classes.

To find out whether your program is a la carte or block-based please click here and enter your program name.

Please visit the Open Learning Centre website.

Students need to complete this eform on their MyHumber account and select the option that they would like to return to a future semester: http://humbercollege.formstack.com/forms/inquiry. Once this is completed the registrar’s office will set up summer tuition fees.

Once fees are paid, students can register into LAS courses and block students will need to fill out another eform on the main MyHumber page to add GNED and/or WRITS. This form will be released on May 1.

For Financial Aid assistance and information call 416-675-3111 or email finaid@humber.ca. For reference guides and application details click here.

You can visit the scholarship page on Humber's website for more details about the different scholarships offered. For specific inquiries, please email student.awards@humber.ca.

Log onto your MyHumber account and go to the 'Apply for a Scholarship/Award' tab:

  1. Click the link to apply for scholarships in that section of the application.
  2. Click the name of the scholarship you wish to apply for.
  3. Select the checkbox 'Apply for this award'.
  4. Complete and submit the requirements listed.
  5. Click Save and Continue.
  6. Select the checkbox 'Mark this section complete'.
  7. Click 'View Sections'.

The balance of fees is due on the 10th business day of the semester. Click here to view the academic calendar.

You can pay your fees on your MyHumber account under the Student tab > Student Account and Fees > Account Detail for Term/Humber College Receipt. Once you review your balance, please click on the 'Pay Now' button to make a credit card payment. Other payment methods can be found on the payment options page here.

Full-time students do not receive a refund for dropping one course. Tuition is based on a full-time curriculum. You need to reduce your course load to part-time to receive a refund. For other questions or concerns, please contact the Fees Department at Bursar@Humber.caClick here for general refund information.

Returning students: to change your program, you will have to speak to your Program Coordinator. If you do not know who that is, you can find the information by visiting your current program page on our website. Between late June to late August, please contact the general faculty department for the Summer Program Coordinators.

New students: should you decide to change your program, you will need to apply to the new program and secure a seat for a future intake. Domestic students should apply online through www.ontariocolleges.ca. international students should contact the International Centre or visit the website here to discuss options and review implications for study permit eligibility.

You can call our test centre at 416-675-6622 ext. 4712 for services at North Campus or 416-675-6622 ext. 3228 for services at Lakeshore Campus.

To register for your program's Computerized College Placement Test (CCPT) please visit the Placement Testing page in Admissions on the Humber website. If you are choosing to complete the placement test online and have questions or concerns, please email onlineplacementtest@humber.ca.

For questions or concerns about your admission test, please contact your Admission Advisor or general inquiry to find out who that is at 416-675-3111 or by email at enquiry@humber.ca.

You may print a 'Confirmation of Enrolment' letter that can be accessed from your MyHumber account by clicking on Student > Student Records > Confirmation of Enrolment/Graduation. Select 'View Enrolment' for the semester you need. Please note that if your account is on hold, you will not have access to this service. If there is an error on your letter, please email graduation@humber.ca.

You can see the full list of programs and start dates here. For International students, click here.

Admission is continuous throughout the year depending on the program and semester. Click here for more information.

Great news! We look forward to helping you with your journey to Humber. For all information and opportunities visit our website for international students. If you have further questions or need more information, please fill out an eform and a representative will get back to you.

Yes, you can. Transfer options and credits vary from program to program. Click here for more information or contact transferopportunities@humber.ca

For information about dates and deadlines, please visit the Academic Calendar and select a program category and term.

Through your MyHumber account. Click here for more information.

Through your MyHumber account. Contact 416-675-3111 option 4.

No, you do not need to complete the placement test. Once all EAP levels are completed, you are eligible for your first semester ESOL course.

The tuition deposit is paid each term. Please check the academic calendar.

A $250 tuition deposit is mandatory, non-refundable and paid per academic term. 

For first-semester students: if a student has an offer of admission within the same academic year, the tuition deposit is generally transferrable between terms (Fall, Winter, and Summer).

For returning students: the tuition deposit is generally transferrable between terms within the same academic year, as long as it is prior to registration, and the student has an offer of admission. Post-registration, the tuition deposit is non-transferable for returning students.

100% of the tuition deposit is applied directly to your tuition fees. Click here for more information.

A tuition deposit is mandatory, non-refundable and must be paid each semester.

For first-semester students: if a student has an offer of admission within the same academic year, the tuition deposit is generally transferrable between terms (Fall, Winter, and Summer). For returning students, the tuition deposit is generally transferrable between terms within the same academic year, as long as it is prior to registration, and the student has an offer of admission. International students can transfer their tuition deposit over to another academic year. Post-registration, the tuition deposit is non-transferable for returning students.

100% of the tuition deposit is applied directly to your tuition fees. Click here for more information.

New international students must pay the entire amount of their first semester fees as their tuition deposit. Select the 'Tuition Costs Per Semester' tab here to see the tuition costs for your program. 

Returning international students must pay a mandatory, non-refundable tuition deposit of $1,000 each semester by the tuition deposit deadline.

Students who achieve a Term Grade Point Average (TGPA) below 60% but above 45% may continue in the program on Academic Probation. All students on academic probation are encouraged to see their Program Coordinator/AD or an Academic Advisor.

Click here to view more information on academic regulations.

Students who are on academic probation must achieve a minimum TGPA of 60% to be returned to good standing. Once on probation, if a student’s TGPA is between 45% and 59%, they may continue in their program but will remain on academic probation.

Click here to read more about Humber's policies and procedures.

You will need to speak with your Program Coordinator on the terms of your academic probation.

Each program offers something unique. The skills you gain at Humber are hands-on and will help you excel in the workplace. For more information, news about the program and success stories, click here and select your program from the menu.