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Photo of Jacqueline Edwards speaking at lectern and text that reads: UofGH grads inspired by Convocation speech

Graduating University of Guelph-Humber students recently enjoyed an inspiring and insightful Convocation speech from Humber College alumna Jacqueline Edwards, who is President of the Association of Black Law Enforcers.

Instructor with Guelph-Humber ties recognized as one of the world's top 50 leaders

Dr. Daniel Andreae to be featured as one of the world's top 50 leaders in publication by the International Association of Top Professionals.

Coming to Campus

This site provides information on health and safety measures and information you need to know before coming to campus.

Exploring business ethics and animals

Should business ethics be expanded to look at the treatment of animals? University of Guelph-Humber instructor Dr. Natalie Evans’ new book, Animals and Business Ethics, explores these ethical questions.

Funding to strengthen Indigenous Voices in Early Childhood Program

Integrating Indigenous perspectives into early childhood studies (ECS) and responding to the federal Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s calls to action are the goals of a landmark $1-million donation provided this month to the University of Guelph-Humber.

One student’s long path to Convocation

UofGH Community Social Services student Lisa Penner will drive 18 hours from her home in Dryden, Ont., to attend Convocation this month. That’s how much the moment means to Penner and her family.

UofGH professor provides advice to fathers on how to share love and connection

Article by Dr. Nikki Martyn, program head of Early Childhood Studies.

Student Acceptances to UofGH up 16.3%

Students show high interest in attending the UofGH

Meet UofGH's new thereputic robot

Meet Paro, UofGH’s new therapeutic robot. Students in our Early Childhood Studies program are learning how Paro can have a real impact on mental health therapy for patients of all ages.

Students at UofGH have a new space on campus to study, work, and collaborate

Students at UofGH have a new space on campus to study, work, and collaborate!

New Student? This Guide is for you!

We know you're eager to start preparing for classes. Check out the New Student Guide for everything you need to know about course registration, tuition payments, residence and more.