Q2: I believe I have complete all the required courses for my Certificate. How do I receive my certificate?
A: For Certificates of Achievement, you will need to contact Humber Enrolment Services, Records and Registration to ensure your eligibility: email firstname.lastname@example.org
Q3: I’m taking an online course. How can I access the course materials?
A: If you are taking an online course at Humber College, there are various learning platforms that your course will be taught through. These learning platforms are your online classrooms. This is where you will find your course outline, class materials and meet your fellow students and instructor.
Visit the Open Learning Centre’s website for information on accessing your course: http://www.humberonline.ca/support/access-course
Q4: Where can I get help using Blackboard?
For step-by-step instructions using Blackboard, click here: http://humberonline.ca/support/blackboard
Watch our Blackboard video tutorials on YouTUBE here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqZrKChz7tZU4E1jyPVWhaA
Q5: My online course has a proctored exam. What can I expect?
A: It is free to write your exam in-person at Humber College. You can also make alternative exam arrangements through Humber’s Open Learning Centre for an additional cost.
Q6: I am thinking of going back to school. What resources are available to me?
If you still have questions, please email us at email@example.com and we will help connect you with the support you need.
Q7: I have taken similar courses at another institution. Can they be applied to my certificate?
A: You may be eligible for transfer credits from a previous institution or if you have acquired significant experience outside of formal education. Please note that there is a submission fee, and it is not guaranteed that you will receive credit through your application.