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Important announcement – please read carefully.

The International Centre is open, and our hours of operation for Humber North, Humber Lakeshore and the Humber International Graduate School are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. from Monday to Friday. Our phone lines are also operational.

North and Lakeshore: Walk-ins to see our International Student Advisors are available 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday to Friday. If you would like to have a virtual call instead, please use this Contact Form to make an appointment.

IGS: Students can use the IGS portal to ask a question/book an appointment with advisors.

The Return to Campus microsite provides important information, health and safety measures, and resources for individuals coming to campus.

Students can find a complete list of programs with downloads including program and course details at Current Student Resources

Planning to begin your studies at Humber? Here's what you need to know about study permits, refunds, and post-graduation work permits. Current approximate application processing time is approximately ten weeks.

If you have any questions please get in touch by using this Contact Form. Please check Humber Updates for the most up-to-date information. Please also check Humber College’s and Humber Global’s social media accounts.


Outline Method

Notes are organized into major topics and main ideas. It shows how ideas relate to one another and are supported by facts, examples and details.

  • Main Topic
    • Main Idea
      • Detail
      • Detail

Example Outline Method

Cornell Note System

  • The page is divided into two columns.
  • The right side is the widest column. This is where you will write your class notes (use shorter sentences and abbreviations).
  • The left-side column is narrow and should include key words, questions or cues.
  • Leave space at the bottom of the page for your summary. Complete the summary after class to provide more details to your notes.

Example Cornell Note System

Mind Maps

  • The major topic is centred on the page.
  • A main idea is positioned at the end of a line, stemming from the main topic.
  • Use keywords, phrases and symbols to explain relationships between the concepts, ideas and details.
  • While reading highlight important information this will save time when preparing for tests since the key points will be apparent.
  • Write notes on what you read, but put the information in your own words.
  • Re-read the parts that you are having difficulty understanding.

Example of a Mind Map