How can I register?
Course registration can be completed online in a few simple steps.
Click on the ‘Register Now’ button found on individual course pages, where you can view details about a course, including all available delivery methods.
Keep an eye out for the online sections when registering!
In order to complete your registration, you must either create a MyHumber account or sign in with your existing Humber credentials. We recommend using Google Chrome and Internet Explorer when registering online.
Does my previous education count?
There are a lot of options for building on work that you've already done. Students who have successfully completed certain courses from another postsecondary institution may apply for transfer credits for equivalent courses in their Humber program. If you have acquired significant knowledge and skills outside the formal college classrooms and think you may be eligible for course credits, click the link below.
Read through some of our other policies here
For most courses, a student must be 19 years of age or have a Grade 12 diploma. For many of the general interest courses offered, the above qualification may not apply. Some courses are offered specifically for youth and children.
Humber reserves the right to determine a minimum literacy skill level as a prerequisite to any continuing education course. Students who are unable to meet an acceptable level of applicable verbal or written skills will be withdrawn from the course/program until the acceptable literacy level is achieved.
Enrolment permitting, registration will be accepted up to and including the second scheduled class in cases where there are greater than eight sessions; up to and including the first scheduled class where there are greater than four sessions; and up to the start date of the class where there are four sessions or less.
Late registrants are responsible for all of the required course assignments and tests. Exceptions to the Refund and Transfer Policies cannot be made for applicants who register late in a course.
Fees do not include the cost of textbooks and/or supplies unless the course listing specifically states that all books and materials are included in the fee. Visit the Humber Bookstore for information on textbooks and supplies.
Non-Canadian residents will be charged a premium fee for courses.
Fees for all courses include a $2.06 per hour incidental (mandatory non-tuition) fee. This fee is subject to annual reviews and approvals by the Humber Students' Federation and the Board of Governors.
Online payments can be made through Visa, MasterCard or Interac Online (BMO, RBC, ScotiaBank and TD Canada Trust).
Payments made through MyHumber will be reflected on your Humber account immediately.
Cash payments are no longer accepted by the Office of the Registrar. Certified cheques and money orders are accepted in person, however students are strongly encouraged to make their payments via MyHumber.
Payments can be made through online banking or bank transfer (the Humber student number is the account number and the payee is Humber College). It may take up to three business days for Humber to receive the online payment.
International students payment information can be found on their website.
Generally, $25 of the fee is non-refundable unless Humber cancels the course. However, some courses have unique refund policies.
To request a refund, please contact the Office of the Registrar.
Full refunds will be granted only when Humber cancels a course. If your course is cancelled, you may transfer to another course or request a refund. Refunds are not issued for cancelled courses automatically, as many students prefer to transfer. Please contact the Office of the Registrar to tell them how you would like us to proceed. If they do not hear from you, they will process a full refund of fees one month after the start of the course.
Where payment was made by Visa or MasterCard, a credit will be made to the credit card that was used.
Income Tax Receipts
T2202A tuition tax receipts are available online through MyHumber. For more information about this is provided on the Humber Admissions site. For courses taken and completed between January 1 and December 31, receipts will be available online by February 28 of the following year.
Receipts are issued only when the total tuition fees for the tax period exceed $100. This is to comply with Section 118.5(1) of the Income Tax Act, which excludes the tuition credit for tuition fees less than or equal to $100 per institution.
Your fee will include a campus service fee that covers operational costs.