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Get the support you need to succeed while continuing to work toward reaching your academic goals.
Your dreams are important, give yourself a second shot. We got you.

What is the Rebound Program?

The Rebound Program allows you to build your skills and stay enrolled at the college by taking the General Arts and Science - College Transfer program or the General Arts and Science – Technology program. These programs will help you build your foundational skills and allow you to continue your post-secondary studies without missing a beat.

Who can Participate?

You can participate in the Rebound Program if your Term Grade Point Average (TGPA) in a certificate, diploma, or advanced diploma program has not met the minimum requirement outlined in the Academic Regulations. You will not be able to continue on to your next semester at this time and the condition of this policy requires you to withdraw from your program for two (2) consecutive semesters.

What are the Benefits?

We know that you chose your program for a reason and are likely disappointed, but if you are committed, we can help you get back on track with the support and resources you need. Many of our students who have been required to withdraw go on to be successful in their program of choice, we understand this, and we got you.

How do I Enrol?

You can enroll in the Rebound Program by following the 4 steps below. Get started by contacting your program co-ordinator to discuss your options or attend an “Understanding Your Academic Progress” session with Humber’s Advising Team.

Upcoming Enrolment Deadline

Please note: the last day enrol in this program for the Winter 2024 term is Friday, January 12, 2024.

Four Quick and Easy Steps to Get Started

1 Reach Out for Support
2 Apply to Return to Your Studies
3 Pay Tuition Deposit and Tuition Fees
4 Select Your Courses

1. Reach Out to Your Program Coordinator or Attend an Advising Session

If you have questions about your current program, you are encouraged to connect with your program co-ordinator to discuss what options are available.

Please attend an “Understanding Your Academic Progress” session to learn more about your future options.

We believe that our virtual session will help you better understand your current academic standing and will provide you with the support needed to get back on track and excel in your academic journey. As part of this session, our team of Career and Student Success Advisors will help you connect with the right resources to succeed in your studies.

Please register for one of the available sessions:

2. Email gas@humber.ca to Apply to Return to Your Studies

If you are interested in continuing your studies at Humber, earning transfer credits, and building your skills in a supportive environment, consider applying to the Rebound Program. To continue your studies at Humber, you can take the General Arts and Science – College Transfer program. If you were in a program in the Faculty of Applied Sciences & Technology, you can take the General Arts and Science – Technology program. Email gas@humber.ca to register!

3. Pay Tuition Deposit and Tuition Fees

It is important that you pay the deposit and tuition fees as soon as possible so that you can select your classes. The last day to add classes is Friday, January 12, 2024.

4. Select Your Courses

Once payment has been processed you can select your courses.

Get In Touch

Whatever you decide, when you are ready to return, please do not hesitate to contact your Career & Student Success Advisor to help ease your transition back to college and connect you with the right resources to help you succeed. You can book an advising appointment online or visit the Academic & Career Success Centre.

International Students

If you are an international student at Humber, please also reach out to the International Centre to speak with an International Student Advisor regarding information specific to international students such as impacts to work and PGWP eligibility, Study Permit considerations and immigration document extensions.