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Fall 2010 Information


Fall 2010 Enquires

Timetables - Timetable Information
Assessment & Placement Tests and Holding Groups- COMM 000/TMAT 000/HUMA 000/LANG 000
Registration - Registration Types, Dates and Books
Academic Regulations and Academic Standings and Important Dates - Progression, Academic Reviews & Dates
Orientation - Orientation information and Schedule
Electives - General Education Courses (GNED 000) / Applied & Bachelor Degree Electives (ADEG 000) / (UNBE 000)
Connect with Humber - join the community
Student Card - How to get a Student Card
Financial Aid
- Loan Document pick-up


Timetables

Beginning August 4 timetables and registration information is uploaded to srs.humber.ca. Your timetable may be revised, so it’s important to review it again just before classes begin. Remember, your fees have to be paid in order to register.

Viewing your fall timetable

  • Sign on to srs.humber.ca
  • Click on Timetables under the Service Menu
  • Click on Fall 2010 link

If your timetable is not available on srs.humber.ca

  • Have you paid your full-time tuition fees for the Fall semester? If not, your timetable will not be available. You can pay your fees on srs.humber.ca.
  • Some programs require that you choose a timetable or individual courses, if you fall into this group, please check the Full-Time Registration link at srs.humber.ca

If you want to make course changes on your timetable

  • Most programs require that you speak with and receive a note from your program coordinator or academic school.
  • If you have been exempted from a course, you will need to come in to the Registrar’s Office to drop the course or visit srs.humber.ca to drop the course after the last day to add, September 13, 2010.

 

Academic Standings and Important Dates

Academic Regulations and Academic Standings

Important Dates

The academic calendar highlights important dates throughout the year. The academic calendar can vary depending on which program you are completing at Humber.
To view the calendars select the appropriate link


 

Electives

Students who have been registered into an elective holding course (GNED 000 / ADEG 000 / UNBE 000) and have already achieved success or have a transfer credit

  • you can leave the elective holding course on your record and the registration office will remove after the last day to drop - this will not affect your GPA
  • you can drop the holding course on SRS after your open registration date
  • you can register into a course
    • upon completion of the course it will affect your overall GPA
    • for your program GPA it will only affect it if the course mark is higher than your previous mark

 

 

Assessment & Placement Tests and Holding Groups

Humber includes Liberal Arts and Sciences courses in the curriculum of most programs and to place you in the communications and math courses best suited to your needs, you may be asked to take a placement test. Once you have completed the test, we will finalize your timetable. More information about assessment and placement tests please visit http://www.humber.ca/myfuture/placementtest.htm.

If you have the following course on your timetable BMAT 000 / COMM 000 / TMAT 000 / HUMA 000 and haven't taken your Assessment test

  • Assessment Testing can be booked at416-675-5000
  • Your results can take up to two days and the records office will place you in your appropriate class

 

Connect with Humber

Coming to Humber is also part of being of our community; we have several ways in which you can connect with us:
Join our Facebook Group:  www.facebook.com/humbercollege

Ask Humber, an interactive online answer to common questions http://ask.humber.ca/|

Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/humbercollege

 

How to get a Student Card

If you are a full-time student your Photo is required, the photo on file will be used to make your Photo (Student) ID Card. This card allows you access to the gym, library, and may be required from security to validate that you are a student. To upload a photo to your student account, login to srs.humber.ca and select the option Manage Photo ID. The Photo should be a current colour passport quality and a true representation of you. It should also be clear, sharp and in focus image and a full front view of your face. Your initial Student Card is free, and replacement cards are $10 dollars.

 

Registration Books and Types

Lakeshore Guidebooks

Music Degree
Registration begins - Thursday August 5

Music Diploma
Registration begins - Thursday August 5

Police Foundations
Registration begins - Thursday August 5

Applied Degree - Lakeshore
Registration begins - Friday August 6

GNED - Lakeshore
Registration begins - Friday August 6

Theatre Arts - Performance & Production
Registration begins - Friday August 6

Business Management, Financial Service, Business Administration, CO-OP
Registration begins - Friday August 6 (Semester 2)
Registration begins - Saturday August 7(Semester 3,4)
Registration begins - Sunday August 8 (Semester 5,6)

North Guidebooks

Fashion Arts
Registration begins - Monday August 9

Law Clerk & Paralegal Education
Registration begins - Tuesday August 10

Business Admin, Business Management, Marketing - Book posting on Friday August 5 - Early Evening
Registration begins - Tuesday August 10

Accounting - Book posting on Friday August 5 - Early Evening
Registration begins - Monday August 16

North Campus - General Education - Applied Degree - Book posting on Monday August 16
Registration begins - Thursday August 19

Media General Education - Book posting on Monday August 9
Registration begins - Tuesday August 17

Health Science - General Education - Book posting on Monday August 9
Registration begins - Tuesday August 17

Hospitality, Recreation and Tourism General Education - Book posting on Monday August 9
Registration begins - Tuesday August 17

Massage Therapy - Book posting on Monday August 16
Registration begins - Thursday August 19

Esthetician - Spa Management General Education - Book posting on Monday August 9
Registration begins - Tuesday August 17

Applied Technology General Education - Book posting on Monday August 9
Registration begins - Tuesday August 17

Applied Technology : Carrier Drive - Industrial Woodworking and Home Renovation
Book posting on Thursday, August 12 and Registration begins on Friday, August 13

Computer Engineering - CENG and GNED Electives
Book posting on Tuesday August 17 and Registration begins on Tuesday August 17

Business Administration, Business Management and Early Childhood Education - Orangeville Campus
Book posting on Wednesday August 18 and Registration begins on Wednesday August 18

UNB Year 3 - Book posted on Wednesday, August 18
Registration begins on Saturday, August 21 at 7:00am

Practical Nursing Year 2 Semester 3 - Book posted on Monday, August 23
Registration begins on Thursday, August 26 at 7pm

UNB Year 2 - Book posted on Friday, August 27 (Timetables are subject to change)
Registration begins on Saturday, August 28 at 7am

UNB Year 4 - Book posted on Friday, August 27
Registration begins on Monday, August 30 at 7pm
Year 4 Registration Book
Year 4 Advanced Second Entry Registration Book


PRE REGISTERED
- students will be pre loaded into their timetable - students will have no registration options

OUT OF STEP
- no registration options for the student - student has been placed in the wrong semester
- needs to speak to records

MODULE
- pre loaded into a timetable with a holding course - students have to resolve a course choice
- example GNED 000, THTR 000, ADEG 000, TRAV 000, etc.
- COMM 000, BMAT 000, HUMA 000 are not considered holding groups

PROGRAM
- student will pick all their courses - student will register into courses based upon their program audit

TIMETABLE
- students will be able to pick their timetable - students may have to resolve a module after
registering into their timetable - example UNB-Humber, Practical Nursing

 

Financial Aid

Students who have been approved for OSAP, can pick up their loan and/or grant document on campus as of August 30, 2010 as follows:

  • NORTH CAMPUS

    Outside Room B101 (Governor’s Boardroom)
    8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
    Monday, August 30, 2010

  • LAKESHORE CAMPUS

    Room A168 A/B
    8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
    Monday, August 30, 2010

  • ORANGEVILLE CAMPUS

    Room AL208

To pick up and process OSAP funds, students must provide their:

  • Social Insurance Card (S.I.N.)
  • Valid Canadian Government issued photo identification e.g. driver’s licence, passport, permanent resident card, age of majority card, Canadian citizenship card or health card
  • Banking information – a void cheque is preferred or bank account #, transit #, bank ID # and name and address of their bank


Orientation

Orientation week for new students is August 30 – September 3, 2010.  Come meet new people, talk to faculty, tour the campus and enjoy! To get started, find your schedule here and register to attend.  You could win one semester free tuition*! http://www.humber.ca/orientation/