University of Guelph-Humber

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University of Guelph Humber
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Established 2002
Type Satellite campus
Undergraduates 4,044[1]
Location Etobicoke, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Campus Suburban
Colours Red and Blue

The University of Guelph-Humber (also known as UGH) is a satellite campus of the University of Guelph. It is a university partnership between the University of Guelph and Humber College and was established in 2002. It is located on Humber's North Campus in Etobicoke, a district of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The university offering mainly seven regular four-year undergraduate academic programs, each of which grant a university honours degree from the University of Guelph and a college diploma from Humber College.


  • Business Program[2]
    • Honours Bachelor of Business Administration
    • Diploma in Business Administration
  • Kinesiology Program [3]
    • Honours Bachelor of Applied Science (Kinesiology)
    • Diploma in Fitness and Health Promotion
  • Early Childhood Studies Program [4]
    • Honours Bachelor of Applied Science (Early Childhood)
    • Diploma in Early Childhood Education
  • Family and Community Social Services Program [5]
    • Honours Bachelor of Applied Science (Family and Community Social Services)
    • Social Service Workers' Diploma
  • Justice Studies Program [6]
    • Honours Bachelor of Applied Science (Justice Studies)
    • Diploma in Police Foundations or Diploma in Law and Security Administration
  • A part-time Justice Studies Program designed for practicing Canadian law enforcers is also offered.[7]
  • Media Studies Program [8]
    • Honours Bachelor of Applied Arts (Media Studies)
    • Diploma in Media Communications, Specializing in Journalism, Public Relations, Creative Photography, or Digital Communications (New Fall 2009)
  • Psychology Program [9]
    • Honours Bachelor of Applied Science (Psychology)
    • Diploma in General Arts and Sciences

Guelph-Humber Student Association[edit]

The UGH Student Government is The Guelph-Humber Student Association (GHSA). The elected GHSA currently consists of 6 Executives, 14 Program Representatives and a maximum of 5 non-voting Student Senators who represent the University on the University of Guelph Senate. The GHSA works with the Humber Students' Federation to provide services and activities to the students on campus. They are also responsible for annual events such as the Guelph-Humber Winter Formal. GHSA elections are held in the winter term of each year usually in the beginning of March.[10]

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