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UofGH and Soka University of Japan announce exchange

UofGH students now have the opportunity to study for one semester or two at Soka University of Japan as part of a new exchange agreement announced between the two institutions.

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How to get research experience at UofGH

UofGH offers undergraduate students a wealth of research opportunities, which offer huge benefits both professionally and academically.

Book a tour of
UofGH campus

Led by current UofGH students, tours are a great opportunity to experience our dynamic campus in Toronto. Go behind the scenes and visit our labs, athletic facilities, classrooms and residence.

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UofGH celebrates grads at 2018 Convocation

Nearly 1,200 of the newest University of Guelph-Humber graduates recently gathered with friends, family and faculty at the stately Pearson Convention Centre to celebrate the Class of 2018’s Convocation.

See inside UofGH's
New Student Guide

Get everything you need to select courses, secure parking, pay tuition and get acquainted with campus services.

Safa Khan

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Inside an alum's road to success

Safa Khan, a graduate of the University of Guelph-Humber's Justice Studies program, recently won the Alumni Award of Achievement.

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UofGH sets new record with 54 placements in case competitions

UofGH students have set a new high watermark in the 2017-18 academic year, placing in a University-record 54 competitions with 19 first-place finishes.

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Kick Start
July 12-14

The one-day Kick Start program is designed to help students have a smooth transition to post-secondary education.

UofGH's Joe Couto discusses Pride and LGBTQ police in the Toronto Star

UofGH Justice Studies instructor Joe Couto recently published a story in the Toronto Star based on his research into the workplace experience of LGBTQ police.