5.2 Denied Admissions

Humber reserves the right to deny admission if an Applicant’s previous academic progress, academic history or conduct has been unsatisfactory. Admission may also be denied to students who have financial accounts that are in arrears with the College. Applicants denied admission for the reasons noted above, may submit a letter indicating how their circumstances have changed and/or documentation that supports their ability to undertake postsecondary studies to be reviewed by the Admission Review Committee.

Prior to reapplying, applicants must comply with any academic requirements and/or non-academic sanctions that were previously identified by Humber, such as withdrawn or suspended from Humber, withdrawn or suspended from a specific program and/or  withdrawn or suspended from a program with common curriculum.

Humber Admission Requirements and Academic Regulations