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Frequently Asked Questions

What do I use to log on to a Humber computer?

  • Humber students: the username is your MyHumber log-in.
  • Your original password is emailed upon registration. Passwords expire one year from the last time they are changed.

I’m a Humber student/staff, how do I log on to the secure wireless network?

  • Click on the myWi-Fi @Humber icon and then choose “connect to network”.
  • For smartphones: select PEAP under EAP method and MSCHAPV2 phase 2.
  • Type in your Humber user ID and password to connect.
  • For more details, go to the Humber ITS secure wireless page.

I’m a visitor to Humber, how do I connect to the Wi-Fi?

  1. Click on the "Welcome to Humber" icon.
  2. Open any web browser.
  3. Select “Guest Wireless Access”, not the myWi-Fi option.
  4. Check the terms of use box and log-in.
  5. For more details, go to the Humber ITS wireless page.

Does the Library have my course textbook?

How do I place a hold and/or renew books?

  • See the help videos for details.
  • A confirmation email will be sent to you. The email will be sent to the email you have listed as your Preferred email in MyHumber.
  • Add to your safe-senders list.

Where do I return my books or videos when the library is closed?

  • The North library has an after hours drop-off box on the 3rd Floor of the LRC and in the path connecting the LRC to the main campus.
  • The Lakeshore library has an after-hours drop-off box on the wall to the right of the main library doors.

My professor has something for me to read - where do I find it?

  • You can search the catalogue for your class readings. Search by instructor, course number or name.
  • Get the reading at the circulation desk. Most reserves will have an hourly loan period, increased fine amounts and must remain in the library.
  • See the Find class readings tutorial that walks you through the process.

Where can I or my group go to study?

  • Book a room for your group online.
  • You can book up to 2 weeks in advance.
  • The time limit is 2 hrs/day per group.

What is askON?

  • A chat and SMS info service brought to you by Ontario Colleges Library Service (OCLS) and participating Ontario college libraries.
  • Use the service by clicking on askON in the right-side menu. You can chat or text 647-499-7565.
  • Summer hours are from 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm.

  • You may be connected to someone from outside your library system, but they can help you with your info needs.
  • At the end of your chat you can print a transcript of your session or request it by email.
  • Your email address is not stored and will not be used for any other purpose.

Is there a Step-by-Step guide on how to access the MyHumber site?

  • See the Step-by-Step guide to MyHumber on how to access the site and the various services available.