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Humber College's COVID-19 Readiness Plan Approved

Humber College Supports Ukrainian Students’ Academic Success

Since the onset of the invasion of Ukraine, Humber College has concentrated its support efforts on the many Ukrainian students studying at the college. Humber’s support has included substantial financial relief, including emergency tuition bursaries, discounted residence accommodation, vouchers for meals and grocery purchases, as well as increased counselling and advising services and academic accommodations.

The college is focusing its resources to support its Ukrainian students during this incredibly challenging time. As a post-secondary institution, Humber is committed to supporting its students to achieve their academic goals. Humber recognizes that there are many supports needed by our students outside of the scope of what the college can provide and we are working to connect students with additional resources. Humber is waiting for information and details from the provincial government regarding the Ontario-Ukraine Solidarity Scholarship Program.

The supports provided by the Humber community to Ukrainian students studying inside Canada include:

  • An Emergency Need Tuition Bursary – Humber is offering a $2,000 tuition bursary for students who may require financial support and are scheduled to study during the summer term. In addition to this bursary, a deferred payment application is available for students who may need more time to pay the remaining balance of their summer tuition. To date, Humber has disbursed bursaries to 31 Ukrainian students studying this summer, at a total value of $62,000.
  • A Residence bursary – Humber is offering a bursary to cover the cost of residence for the month of May, as well as a $300 grocery gift card, for current residents who have been impacted by the war. Subsequent Summer residence fees will be the students’ responsibility; however, the due date will be extended to July 22, 2022. To date, 77 students have been awarded this bursary. Residence staff continue to follow up with students in residence who are from Ukraine. Students from Ukraine who require support simply check the box on the residence application form.
  • Resident meal provision – Humber’s food service provider is offering 100 meals this summer for each summer residence student impacted by the war who has requested support through the residence. These meals are available Monday through Friday on campus. Breakfast and lunch will be served hot, and refrigerated, pre-packaged meals will also be available to be reheated later. Each meal will include a small white milk, small juice, canned pop, or water.
  • IGNITE Financial Relief Program (FRP) – IGNITE, the Humber student government, is providing financial aid for students. The aid will be available from May to August 2022. To date, $55,455 has been disbursed to support Humber’s Ukrainian students.
  • Fundraising – Humber College has set up a donation page for people to support students impacted by the invasion of Ukraine. This link has been shared with Humber alumni and donors through monthly e-newsletters, and it has been shared with faculty and staff through Humber’s Communique, an internal digital newsletter to the Humber community.
  • Counselling and Student Support – Humber continues to offer counselling services on a same-day, next-day model. Appointments are both virtual and in-person. Additionally, international students can access 24/7 mental health support and counselling via keep.me.safe and students physically located in Ontario can contact Good2Talk. Humber’s student support and intervention coordinators support students with urgent and complex needs via referral from the International Centre, IGNITE and other areas of the college.
  • Academic accommodations are provided to Ukrainian students to allow for more time to complete assignments and projects.

In addition to the support provided for Ukrainian students currently in Canada, Humber has provided direct support to Ukrainian students who are studying with the college from their country. These supports are much more individualized, and include academic accommodations, emotional supports through the use of an online, multi-lingual counselling service called keep.me.safe, and provision of documentation to attest to their ongoing studies at Humber. A number of Humber students have left Ukraine and have either arrived in Canada or are enroute. Once they land, Humber’s in-county services are available to them immediately.

Another package of financial aid is being prepared in advance of registration and payment deadline for the Fall 2022 term and will be released prior to any fee deadlines.