Students in programs or occupations involving direct contact with vulnerable persons are required to undergo a Police Record Check.
Humber reserves the right to deny admission or withdraw a student from a program based on an unpardoned criminal record bearing relevance to the academic or field placement requirements of the program. It is important for potential and current students to understand that failure to meet the Police Record Check requirements may prevent them from successful admission or completion of the program.
Employers and agencies offering student placement opportunities will require a Police Record Check before accepting a student for field placement. Failure to meet the requirements for field placement will prevent students from completing the program and/or securing employment.
Instructions on how to apply for a Police Record Check will be provided before the start of classes or at the appropriate time during the program.
Additional information and application instructions are also available at oesc-cseo.org.
Depending on the duration of the program, students may be required to update their Police Record Check at specific times throughout the program.
Humber offers many co-op programs. These programs provide the student with an opportunity to obtain work experience related to their program of study.
The timing of work semesters (15-week semesters) varies by program, however, most occur after two (2) semesters of inclass study. Students may be required to meet specific academic criteria prior to obtaining a co-op placement.
The admission requirements to co-op programs vary. Please refer to the individual program listings for further details.
Prior to a decision to suspend or phase out a program, Humber will provide the students enrolled in the program with the opportunity to complete the program within the normal time period (i.e. the Ministry approved program duration).
As a general principle, Humber will provide the students with the opportunity to complete the program at the college in which they are enrolled. However, there may be special circumstances where it is not possible for Humber to do so, or where a transfer of the students to another college would be more practicable for both the students and Humber. Under such circumstances, Humber assumes the responsibility to assist the students to become enrolled in the same program offered by another college located within a reasonable distance from Humber.
Refer to the Statistics Canada website at statcan.gc.ca for information regarding the Privacy Act and the Statistics Act.