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WE HAVE BEEN TEACHING THE ART OF STORYTELLING FOR FIFTY YEARS!

Since 1968, with the launch of the Journalism and PR programs, we have been teaching the art of storytelling. Now, we offer the most comprehensive mix of Media, Arts & IT programming of any college in Canada. Our Live Labs and work-integrated learning opportunities provide a layer of experience that complements the critical storytelling skills taught across multiple platforms. We leverage this multi-disciplinary power to create highly-skilled, adaptable and resourceful professionals that are career-ready.

50th anniversary video

Our success has been based on 50 years of experience, take a look at some of our most memorable moments!

1968

Launch of Journalism & PR programs

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Leading to one of the most innovative and groundbreaking journalism schools in the system

1970

Creation of First Postsecondary Radio program

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Leading to Radio Humber the only FM radio station with a CRTC license in the college system

1998

Coverage of Special Olympics in Toronto

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First multi-program collaborative project with Public Relations, Photography and Film students covering the event

2004

Launch of the first school's degree: Bachelor of Creative Advertising

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Reinforcing an already strong advertising & PR cluster of programs, leading to numerous local & international awards

2015

Unveiling of the only Usability Testing Lab in the College system in Canada

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Adding a unique layer of expertise to the digital & interactive design programming of the school

Five Notable Alumni

from the School of Media Studies & Information Technology

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Dina Pugliese

Dina Pugliese, co-host of Breakfast Television, studied Journalism at Humber.

Matt Di Paola

Matt Di Paola

Matt Di Paola graduated from the Public Relations program. He recently became the SVP and general manager of Critical Mass.

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The Sorry Girls

Kelsey MacDermaid (left) and Becky Wright met while studying in the Film and Media Production program. They graduated in 2014 and are now better known as The Sorry Girls.

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George Stroumboulopoulos

Much-loved host of CBC’s late-night talk show, The Hour, Stroumboulopoulos, graduated from Humber's Radio program and has interviewed some of the most famous people in the world – from politicians to rock stars.

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Mia Pearson

An award-winning entrepreneur, Mia Pearson graduated from Humber's PR program, she co-founded North Strategic, Canada’s fastest growing national public relations and social media agency.

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