|Humber College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning|
|Motto:||Defining Polytechnic Education|
|Students:||29,000 full-time and over 68,000 part-time|
|Location:||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Campus:||Urban Humber North, Lakeshore and Orangeville|
|Sports Teams:||Humber Hawks|
|Colours:||gold ; blue|
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Located in northwest Toronto, the Humber North Campus has 29,000 full-time students, over 1,000 of them living on campus and over 68,000 part-time students.
The North Campus offers a fast-paced, contemporary atmosphere steps away from entertainment, public transit and a major shopping centre. Student services include restaurants, coffee shops, a student centre, areas of parkland and the Humber Arboretum, a bookstore, computer labs and a large library and media facilities. It also offers access to a full athletic centre with indoor pool and saunas.
The Humber North Campus is home to certificate, diploma, bachelor’s degree, graduate certificate programs and continuing education classes offered by the School of Applied Technology, the Business School, the School of Health Sciences, the School of Hospitality, Recreation and Tourism, Liberal Arts and Sciences and the School of Media Studies and Information Technology. 
Humber’s Lakeshore Campus sits in a park-like setting on the shores of Lake Ontario, at the west-end of Toronto, Ontario. Toronto (təˈrɒntoʊ colloquially pronounced or) is the largest city in Canada and is the provincial capital of Ontario
The campus is the backdrop for certificate, diploma, degree and graduate certificate programs, as well as continuing education classes offered by Humber’s Business School, the School of Creative & Performing Arts, Liberal Arts and Sciences, the School of Media Studies and Information Technology, and the School of Social and Community Services. 
Humber also has an English for Academic Purposes program that draws students from all over the world.
In 2004 the Town of Orangeville approached Humber with the concept of establishing a partnership to build a new campus to service the community and those surrounding Dufferin County.
In October, 2005 a partnership was formulized where the Town of Orangeville donated a 28 acre building site on Veterans’ Way – County Road # 16 in the northwest section of the community.
Humber will develop a full-service regional campus to be built over the next 10 to 12 years. Three phases are planned for the campus design including a student residence, as well as an Arboretum. Construction on phase one is planned to be completed by 2009.
Academic and general programming research was conducted throughout the first half of 2006 to assist in the development of a specific ‘academic plan’ for the new college.
Beginning in the fall of 2006, a diverse grouping of interest driven topics in the form of ‘Workshops’ will be presented by award-winning authors, quality faculty, and content experts at a variety of locations in the community.
An Orangeville Campus Community Relations Office was opened in January 2006 to facilitate academic research and ‘general’ community awareness of the new college campus. 
A list of notable alumni is available on Humber's Alumni website:
The schools team name is the Hawks.
Varsity sports at Humber include: