Getting the Most Out of Your School Experience at Humber College
College is about more than just going to classes and handing in assignments. College is about discovery and exploration!
Your time at Humber College is not just about attending classes and completing assignments; it's a holistic experience that can shape your personal and professional growth.
To make the most of your journey, it's important to engage in extracurricular activities, connect with like-minded individuals, and explore the diverse opportunities that Humber has to offer. It can seem pretty daunting at first, but we will guide you through some of the fantastic resources, clubs, and associations available to enhance your student life at Humber.
IGNITE student life clubs and associations
IGNITE Student Life is here to assist you in your Humber journey. They offer an array of clubs and associations to help you discover and pursue your passions. Whether you're into sports, arts, volunteering, or any other interest, there's likely a club for you. Joining these clubs can be a great way to meet people with similar interests and create lasting memories, head to the IGNITE website to find a club that suits you .
Humber College events
Stay up to date with all the exciting events happening on campus through Humber College's events page. From workshops and seminars to social gatherings and cultural festivals, there's always something going on. Attending these events not only broadens your horizons but also provides opportunities to network and make new friends. Head over to the events website to find an upcoming event.
Humber also has many communities that you can get involved with to make new friends and be part of amazing initiatives! We've listed some of these below:
First Year Experience (FYE)
FYE is an invaluable support program designed to help you make your first year at Humber as successful as possible. They offer guidance, resources, and mentorship to ensure a smooth transition into college life.
Black Student Support & Engagement (BSSE) program
The BSSE program is dedicated to providing Black-identifying students with the community, resources, and support they need to fully maximize their campus experience. It's a platform where you can connect with peers who share your background and access resources tailored to your needs.
Indigenous Education and Engagement (IE&E)
Indigenous Education and Engagement is dedicated to fostering a sense of community by uniting individuals through Indigenous perspectives. As you progress through the semester, we encourage you to take the opportunity to familiarize yourself with Indigenous Education and Engagement by visiting the IE&E website.
LGBTQ+ Resource Centre
The LGBTQ+ Resource Centre is a hub for LGBTQ+ students and allies. They offer dedicated online and in-person spaces for connection, resources, and community building. You can also follow them on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook to stay updated on their activities. To find out more head to their webpage.
Your experience at Humber College is what you make of it. By participating in clubs, associations, and support programs like FYE, BSSE, IE&E and the LGBTQ+ Resource Centre, you can enrich your student life, build lasting connections, and create unforgettable memories. Embrace the opportunities available to you, and you'll find that your time at Humber becomes much more than just an education — it becomes a life-changing experience.
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