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The Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, commonly known as Humber College, was founded in 1967. Humber is a publicly funded college in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Humber has three main campuses, Humber North campus, Lakeshore campus, and Humber Orangeville campus.

Contents

1 Programs 2 History 3 Academic schools 4 Campuses

4.1 Humber North Campus

4.1.1 Humber Arboretum

4.2 Humber Lakeshore Campus

4.2.1 The Business School

4.3 Humber Orangeville Campus

5 Campus life

5.1 Athletics 5.2 Clubs 5.3 Residence 5.4 Student union 5.5 Work study program

6 Research initiatives

6.1 Outdoor Learning Lab

7 Facilities

7.1 Digital Broadcast Centre 7.2 Arts and Media Studio 7.3 Centre for Urban Ecology

8 Recent achievements 9 Notable alumni 10 See also 11 References 12 External links

Programs[edit] Humber offers more than 150 programs including bachelor’s degree, diploma, certificate, post-graduate certificate and apprenticeship programs, across 40 fields of study. Humber College
Humber College
offers the following degrees:

Bachelor of Applied Arts (Creative Advertising) Bachelor of Applied Arts (Criminology and Corrections) Bachelor of Applied Arts (Interior Design) Bachelor of Applied Arts (Film and Media Production) Bachelor of Applied Arts (Paralegal Studies) Bachelor of Applied Business (eBusiness) Bachelor of Applied Business (Fashion Management) Bachelor of Applied Business (Human Resources Management) Bachelor of Applied Business (International Business) Bachelor of Applied Business (Tourism Management) Bachelor of Applied Information Sciences (Software Systems) Bachelor of Applied Music (Contemporary Music) Bachelor of Applied Technology (Industrial Design) Bachelor of Child and Youth Care Bachelor of Commerce (Digital Business Management) Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) Bachelor of Commerce (Fashion Management) Bachelor of Commerce (Healthcare Management) Bachelor of Commerce (Human Resources Management) Bachelor of Commerce (Hospitality and Tourism Management) Bachelor of Commerce (International Business) Bachelor of Commerce (Finance) Bachelor of Commerce (Management Studies) Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) Bachelor of Commerce (Supply Chain Management) Bachelor of Creative Advertising Bachelor of Journalism Bachelor of Interior Design Bachelor of Music Bachelor of Public Relations Bachelor of Social Science (International Development) [1]

Humber also provides academic advisors and resources, such as a career finder. Most of Humber's programs contain a practical experimental component to them, such as an internship, Co-op, or field placement.[2] Beyond this, Humber College
Humber College
also provides Bridging (or Bridge Training) Programs for internationally trained professionals in the fields of engineering and information technology. These Bridging Programs include:

Engineering Software Skills Enhancement Mobile Systems Integration .NET Developer Bridging Program Supply Chain Bridging Program [3]

Humber serves 25,000 full-time and 57,000 part-time learners.[4] History[edit] Humber was established in 1967[5] under its founding President, Gordon Wragg. The first new section of Humber College
Humber College
opened on Monday September 11, 1967 at James S. Bell Elementary School, a public school on Lake Shore Boulevard West. The Lakeshore Campus began with the addition of the manpower retraining programs on Queen Elizabeth Way in Etobicoke. In November 1968, North Campus was officially opened by Mayor E. A. Horton of Etobicoke
Etobicoke
and Mayor Jack Moulton of York. In the early 1970s, student enrollment was rapidly increasing which led Humber to expand its business and technology programs at both the North and Lakeshore Campuses. Humber College
Humber College
had the largest group of business students in the province. Three year co-op programs were developed in the early 1970s in a range of technology and business programs. [6] Humber became Canada's largest college with over 27,000 full-time and 50,000 part-time learners. By the early 1980s Humber was developing new programs to respond to business and industry demands by focusing on flexibility in class schedules, including a weekend College. Its skill-based training courses included self-paced programming and, along with Holland College in Prince Edward Island, became one of the National Centers for industry driven DACUM curriculum. Humber introduced flexible manufacturing and was a pioneer in introducing computer applications in technology programs.[5] Lakeshore Campus, at its new permanent location on the lakeshore, was the first college to introduce a solar technology program to respond to the needs of that growing industry of the time. Humber had a large international outreach program, working in over 20 countries. With the assistance of ADB, the Government of Canada
Canada
(CIDA), it developed the largest international program of all of the Canadian colleges by 1987,[citation needed] introducing the concept of responsive tertiary education to countries throughout Africa and Asia.[citation needed][7] In 1983 the campus was used for filming of the first Police Academy film, which was released the following year. After the mid-1980s, the college concentrated more on arts and applied arts programs and refocused its energy on internal processes rather than program innovation and on local rather than national or international activities. It is an Ontario
Ontario
Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning. Academic schools[edit]

School of Applied Technology The Business School School of Media Studies and Information Technology School of Social and Community Services School of Creative and Performing Arts School of Health Sciences School of Hospitality, Recreation and Tourism [8] School of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Campuses[edit] Humber College
Humber College
had a Queensway Campus at 56 Queen Elizabeth Boulevard, Toronto.[9] Humber North Campus[edit]

Located in northwest Toronto
Toronto
(formerly Etobicoke), the Humber North Campus has approximately 20,000 full-time and 57,000 part-time students, 1,000 of them living in residence.[10] The campus includes University of Guelph-Humber, with a collaborative university-college partnership between the University of Guelph
University of Guelph
and Humber College. Humber Arboretum[edit] Located behind Humber College's North Campus, the Humber Arboretum consists of botanical gardens and natural areas surrounding the Humber River.[11] This unique site is home to the Carolinian bioregion, the most diverse ecosystem in Canada, and boasts over 1,700 species of plants and animals. The Humber Arboretum covers approximately 250 acres (101 ha) of the West Humber River Valley between Highway 27 and the 427, and is easily accessed from Humber College
Humber College
Blvd. The Arboretum is one of the resources of Humber College. It provides faculty and students with an outdoor classroom and living laboratory at their disposal for research, innovation, hands-on projects, and applied work experience. The Arboretum is also linked with programs and services college-wide.[citation needed] The Humber Arboretum was originally started by Humber College horticulture students in 1977. Its purpose is to facilitate research and education, establish and maintain plant collections, promote conservation and restoration practices, and provide a visitor experience. The Centre for Urban Ecology, located in the Humber Arboretum, provides educational programming focused on urban ecology. It also serves as a venue for meetings, conferences, weddings, and special events. See also: List of botanical gardens in Canada Humber Lakeshore Campus[edit]

Humber College
Humber College
Lakeshore Campus

Lakeshore Campus of Humber College

Located along the shores of Lake Ontario, at Kipling and Lake Shore Blvd. W, Humber's Lakeshore campus located in New Toronto
Toronto
has approximately 7,200 full-time students, with 400 living in residence.[10] The Lakeshore Campus sits on the large grounds of the former Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital
Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital
and Lakeshore Teachers College, in the west-end New Toronto
Toronto
neighbourhood of Toronto
Toronto
(formerly Etobicoke). When leased by Humber College, the college vowed to keep the historical site in good condition and enhance its park-like setting as an asset to the Southern Etobicoke
Etobicoke
community. The campus now consists of a number of cottage buildings and the more modern and now renovated Lakeshore Teachers College facilities that were extensively re-worked in the early 1980s. The L-Building[12] was opened in 2011 at the Lakeshore Campus, as an addition to the cottages located around it. In May 2013 artist Harley Valentine's sculpture Persephone, after the mythic Greek queen of the underworld, was installed in the front plaza of the L-Building. There are ongoing rumours that the B building is haunted by three ghosts.

Humber College
Humber College
brick-paved walkway

The Business School[edit] The Business School at Humber offers more areas of study and specialized choices than any other business school in Ontario, including a wide range of diploma, degree and postgraduate programs for the future business professional in areas such as international business, healthcare management, accounting, fashion management, finance, human resources and marketing.[13] Humber Orangeville Campus[edit]

Exterior of Humber Orangeville Campus

Humber's Orangeville campus is at the Alder Street Recreation Complex, Orangeville, Ontario.[10] It offers six fully functional and wireless classrooms, a student commons/computer lab, as well as an on-site fitness centre with swimming pool, two hockey rinks, a library, a food court and a restaurant. The Orangeville Campus currently offers programming in Early Childhood Education (ECE), Police Foundations, and Social Service Worker (SSW). New programs for 2014 included Fitness and Health Promotion and Tourism Management. Additional full-time programming were to be added in 2015 and beyond. Campus life[edit] Athletics[edit] In 1968 Humber formally joined the Ontario
Ontario
College Athletic Association (OCAA). Humber started with just four varsity programs and endured the growing pains of a young athletic program. Since then the department has blossomed into one of the most dominant, not only in Ontario
Ontario
but in the nation. Humber has grown from four to twenty varsity teams, competing in every sport that the OCAA offers. The Hawks now have a men's and women's team in basketball, volleyball, outdoor soccer, indoor soccer, rugby, baseball/fastball, golf, badminton, cross country and curling. Humber also contains one of the college system's campus recreation programs. Campus Rec, as it is widely known, offers intramural and extramural teams as well as a number of off-campus events. Intramurals are on-campus leagues where students of various skill levels compete in sports ranging from soccer to ice hockey. Extramurals are competitive club teams formed at each college that compete against each other in a tournament league format. Campus Rec has recently introduced off-campus events where students can participate in leisurely excursions. These include mountain biking, skiing, curling, horseback riding, rock climbing, beach volleyball and the Time for War fitness course. The fitness programs at Humber's North and Lakeshore Campuses offer students, faculty and community members a number of ways to stay fit and lead an active and healthy lifestyle. After a major renovation in 2010 the North Campus fitness area has become one of the area's finest. The facility has an aerobic studio, weight and cardio rooms, saunas, ping pong tables, showers, lockers and washrooms. Certified personal trainers are available to build programs, give guidance throughout workouts and help build nutritional guides. There are over 16 different classes offered ranging from extremely strenuous to light stretching depending on personal fitness level.[14] Clubs[edit] Ignite, previously known as the Humber Students' Federation club (HSF), is a sanctioned group of active and enthusiastic students who want to engage and share their passion or hobby with the students of Humber and Guelph-Humber. Clubs must be social, cultural or interest-based. Some of the clubs that were sanctioned for the 2013-2014 school year included Beyond the Rainbow, Dance Company, Liberals Club, Good Deeds Club, Embassy Christian Community, Table Tops Gaming Club, Ministry of Magic Club, and the Vietnamese Students' Association.[15] The overall purpose of Ignite is to meet new people who share the same interests and to enrich the post-secondary experience of Humber and Guelph-Humber students. Residence[edit] Humber College
Humber College
offers residences for students at the North and Lakeshore Campuses. The North Residence is located by the Humber Arboretum and features three interlinked buildings with both single and suite-style rooms. The Lakeshore Residence is located west of downtown Toronto
Toronto
and offers suite-style rooms. Both residences offer themed floors which include extended quiet floors, single gender floors and Living and Learning Communities.[clarification needed] Additional amenities include study rooms, a community kitchen that can be used for group cooking, exercise room (North only), recreational space and laundry facilities. Humber's Residence Department also provides students with access to an online database of off-campus rental accommodations near both the Lakeshore and North campuses.[16] Student union[edit] IGNITE, formerly the Humber Students' Federation, is the official student government representing the full-time students at Humber College and the University of Guelph-Humber.[17] The elected students of IGNITE are members of key Humber committees to ensure that students are properly represented during all major discussions and decisions. IGNITE hosts events and contests throughout the year. The organization also offers services for students including a flexible health and dental plan, bursaries, study spaces, a food bank and student employment. Work study program[edit] Part-time jobs may be available on campus in departments and areas such as computer labs, student residence, peer tutoring, athletics, library, campus tours, and academic offices.[18] Research initiatives[edit] Humber Research focuses on collaborative, applied research initiatives that create experiential learning opportunities for Humber students. The Research Office facilitates internally and externally funded projects throughout all schools and programs.[19] Outdoor Learning Lab[edit] Humber College
Humber College
has recently received funding to build an outdoor learning lab and naturalized play environment at one of its campus child care centres. The living lab will provide students and faculty in programs such as Early Childhood Education, Health and Fitness, and Sustainable Technology, with the opportunity to engage in meaningful studies of children's play and learning in a naturalized environment.[20] Facilities[edit] Digital Broadcast Centre[edit] This centre is home to Humber TV, Radio Humber and all newspaper, magazine and web production. Humber is the only GTA College with a CRTC campus instructional license and fully operational radio station, Radio Humber FM 96.9.[21] Arts and Media Studio[edit] The old Lakeshore Lions Arena at 300 Birmingham Street is now home to Humber's Arts and Media Studio, and opened in 2010. The site is part of the Lakeshore Campus site. Centre for Urban Ecology[edit] The LEED gold certified building includes a green roof, passive solar heating and a biofilter system. It is the only Platinum EcoCentre in Ontario.[22] Recent achievements[edit] In 2005, the school launched a show called Distinguished Artists on TVOntario, produced by students in the School of Creative & Performing Arts. In the 2005–06 school year, Humber added new bachelor's degrees in Contemporary Music, Creative Advertising, and Interior Design. The four-year Creative Advertising program is the only such degree in Canada. On 25 January 2006, the French ambassador to Canada
Canada
Daniel Jouanneau visited the North and Lakeshore campuses of Humber College.[23] Jouanneau and school officials suggested the program might eventually be extended to the culinary arts and media-related programs, such as journalism.[23] On February 2, 2009, Humber College
Humber College
students became the first to contact an astronaut in orbit using an apparatus they built and operated. They made contact with Sandra Magnus
Sandra Magnus
at the International Space Station from a lab room at the school's Rexdale campus.[24] Notable alumni[edit]

Andres Arango, Canadian soccer player Darren Barrett, Canadian jazz musician Herbert L. Becker
Herbert L. Becker
(Applied and Creative Arts – Theatre/music 1975), Juno Award, author, actor, magician. Ben Bowen, musician and songwriter Alysha Brillinger, Canadian jazz musician Michael A. Brown, Ontario
Ontario
politician Kayt Burgess, writer Tassie Cameron, Canadian television producer and writer Adam Copeland
Adam Copeland
(Radio Broadcasting), former professional wrestler for the WWE, better known by his ring name "Edge" Royal Copeland, Canadian football
Canadian football
player Oliver Compton, Canadian Jazz Drummer Anthony de Sa, novelist and writer Brian Dickinson
Brian Dickinson
(Applied and Creative Arts – Music), pianist C.B. Forrest, Canadian writer and poet Ajay Fry, television host, Innerspace Gord Gillies, journalist, anchor at CICT-DT Anne-Marie Green, news anchor Billie Holiday (Radio Broadcasting, 1996), former CHFI announcer Margaret Lindsay Holton, artist and author Mike Inglis, sports broadcaster Don Landry (Radio Broadcasting), former morning host on CJCL
CJCL
The Fan590, sportscaster, writer, and Toronto
Toronto
Argonauts stadium announcer Aaron Leaney, Canadian saxophonist, band leader, and composer Shawn Little (Health Sciences), Ottawa City Council Gilson Lubin (Comedy), MTV Live Kneale Mann (Radio Broadcasting), former announcer and programmer at CFNY-FM, CHTZ-FM, CJDV-FM, and CILV-FM and current leadership consultant Bev Oda, retired Canadian politician Daniel Pavkeje, Canadian Jazz Drummer Nikki Payne, stand up comedian Jared Pelletier
Jared Pelletier
(Film Production), film director Renee Percy (Comedy), writer and performer; winner of Phil Hartman Award Dina Pugliese, host of Breakfast Television
Breakfast Television
Toronto[25] Sarika Sehgal, journalist Eric Smith, sports journalist George Stroumboulopoulos
George Stroumboulopoulos
(Radio Broadcasting, 1994), host of George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight, host of CBC News: The Hour, former MuchMusic VJ Dione Taylor (Vocal Jazz), musician Elias Theodorou (Creative Advertising), professional mixed martial artist currently for the UFC[26] Francine Villeneuve (Horse Racing), first female Canadian thoroughbred jockey to win 1,000 races and former all-time winningest Canadian female Greg Wells
Greg Wells
(Applied and Creative Arts – Music), record producer

K. Trevor Wilson, comedian

See also[edit]

Higher education in Ontario List of colleges in Ontario

References[edit]

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ad". South Peel Weekly. Mississauga ON. 30 October 1968. p. 6. Retrieved 28 August 2013.  ^ a b c " Humber College
Humber College
– Campuses & Facilities – Toronto, Ontario, Canada". Humber College. Retrieved 2010-12-31.  ^ "Humber Arboretum". Retrieved 14 July 2015.  ^ "Latest News".  ^ "The Business School Profile". Humber College. Archived from the original on 14 November 2013. Retrieved 13 April 2013.  ^ Humber College, "Humber Fitness", Retrieved 18 June 2013 ^ "Clubs - Humber Students' Federation". Humber Students' Federation. Retrieved 14 July 2015.  ^ "We are your home at Humber - Humber Residences". Retrieved 14 July 2015.  ^ Humber College, "Humber Students' Federation", Retrieved 14 May 2013 ^ "Humber: Defining Polytechnic Education - Humber College
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Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning - Toronto, Ontario, Canada". Archived from the original on 5 November 2014. Retrieved 14 July 2015.  ^ Humber College, "Humber Research", Retrieved 18 June 2013 ^ Humber College, [1] "Learning Lab"], Retrieved 18 June 2013 ^ Radio Humber Humber 96.9fm Retrieved on: 2012-9-23 ^ [2][dead link] ^ a b Rebecca Payne, "French digintary visits school", Humber EtCetera, Toronto: Humber College
Humber College
Journalism program, 26 January 2006. With files from Brian Bento. ^ Mathieu, Emily (2009-02-03). "Humber to space station: 'We're live'". The Star. Toronto. Retrieved 2010-05-04.  ^ "PERSONALITIES: Dina Pugliese". citynews.ca. Toronto, Ontario: Rogers Broadcasting. 2008. Archived from the original on 2008-10-09. Retrieved 2008-10-24.  ^ " Elias Theodorou - Official UFC® Fighter Profile". www.ufc.com. 

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