Our residence facilities are located directly across from the University of Guelph-Humber building. There are numerous living options available such as co-ed, wellness and quiet study. First-year students applying directly from high school who have received an offer of admission are eligible to apply for residence. The cost of residence ranges from $3,980 to $4,510 per semester, including meal plan.
There are many types of rooms, houses, and apartments available for rent within a few blocks of campus. Our off-campus housing website (www.residence.humber.ca) helps students find off-campus accommodations - a home away from home.
Gain valuable skills, make new friends and immerse yourself in the University community! At the University of Guelph-Humber, there are many ways for you to get involved. Small class sizes and emphasis on group work make it easy to meet and interact with classmates. There are numerous clubs, teams and student government opportunities to get involved in.
Career & Placement Services is located on campus to assist you with finding your in-course placements and locating part-time and full-time work. They also offer graduate school and teachers college advising, assist with resume and cover letter development and have a job portal available for both students and potential employers.
Intramural: Basketball (F/M), Hockey (F/M), Ice Hockey (F/M), Indoor Soccer (F/M), Lacrosse (F/M), Ringette (F/M), Volleyball (F/M)
Intercollegiate: Badminton (F/M), Baseball (M), Basketball (F/M), Cross Country Running (F/M), Curling (F/M), Fastpitch (F), Field Hockey (F), Figure Skating (F), Football (M), Golf (F/M), Ice Hockey (F/M), Indoor Soccer (F/M), Lacrosse (F/M), Nordic Skiing (F/M), Rowing (F/M), Rugby (F/M), Soccer (F/M), Swimming (F/M), Track & Field (F/M), Volleyball (F/M), Wrestling (F/M)
Students at the University of Guelph-Humber are eligible to join University of Guelph OR Humber varsity teams. Students must declare which institution they would like to represent before their first tryout. Visit our website for contact information.
The Guelph-Humber Student Association (GHSA) and Humber Students' Federation (HSF) are elected by students to represent the needs and interests of University of Guelph-Humber students. Students can take part in events, run for executive positions, or represent their program as a GHSA program representative. Other opportunities are available with the Humber Board of Governors, University of Guelph Board of Governors and University of Guelph Student Senate.
There are numerous clubs and societies on campus to join or support. If you don't find something you enjoy you can always start your own!
Some clubs and societies include:
Aboriginal Student Circle
Comic Book Club
Embassy Christian Community
GuHu Media Society
The Improv Club
Punjabi Youth Association
Women in Business
Travel & Tourism Club
University of Guelph-Humber students have personalized University of Guelph-Humber e-mail accounts, internet access, and instructional software. Students can access the wireless network from anywhere in the University of Guelph-Humber building.
Aboriginal Student Services can help you find a range of services to assist Aboriginal students including cultural, academic, personal and career support.
Disability Services is dedicated to meeting the needs of students with learning, physical, sensory or psychological disabilities or conditions. We encourage you to contact Disability Services as soon as possible. They can be reached at 416.675.6622 ext. 5180.
Open to students in all programs, the Study Abroad course has taken students to Australia, Japan, Spain and many more countries. Past course highlights include attending lectures at the University of Ulster, Belfast, visiting the trading room of RBC Capital Markets in London, studying Soka education in Tokyo, and spending the day at the New York Times or BBC.
Please contact email@example.com to set up a tour or visit our website at guelphhumber.ca/futurestudents.
The University of Guelph-Humber is committed to helping you make a successful transition to and through your first year. We have Student Transition and Resource Team (START) Leaders who are senior students dedicated to helping incoming students with the transition to University life. START Leaders lead Kick Start and Orientation, two of our events dedicated to helping students and their families get accustomed to campus and meet other new students.
Modified on November 15, 2013