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HRT IS THE "HEART" OF ACTION, ADVENTURE AND HOT, HOT STUFF!

Experience healthy living, hospitality and tourism in our innovative programs for nutrition, fitness, massage therapy, sport, and exercise science.

YOU HAVE GOALS. ACHIEVE THEM WITH THE FLEXIBILITY OF CONTINUING EDUCATION

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

FOOD AND NUTRITION MANAGEMENT

Learn more about the Food and Nutrition Management Capstone Projects and how they benefit students upon graduation.

EXERCISE SCIENCE AND LIFESTYLE MANAGEMENT

Find out more about the Exercise Science and Lifestyle Management program and the opportunities that exist in this growing industry.

CURRENT HRT STUDENTS

We are here to support our students with financial and academic resources as well as offering exciting learning opportunities through Study Abroad and work placements.

FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO GET HEALTHY

The Humber Centre for Healthy Living offers a range of services to the Humber community and partners. From tips and workshops on healthy eating to events, programs and services for making healthy happen.

...AND FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO EAT HEALTHY

From fine dining, to gourmet on the go, to food truck fare, find food that is chef approved and student made right here on campus. Check for daily specials.

HRT NEWS & EVENTS

James Bodanis

James Bodanis Granted the Chair’s Award of Excellence

The School of Hospitality, Recreation and Tourism is pleased to announce that James Bodanis, Program Coordinator for the Cook Apprenticeship, has been granted the Chair’s Award of Excellence by the Ontario College of Trades.

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HRT Students Take an Unforgettable Journey to Peru

From May 20 to June 1, students from the Tourism Management, Fitness and Health Promotion, Sport Management, and Recreation and Leisure Services programs travelled to Peru for a study abroad trip.

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2017 SAPUTO National Junior Culinary Challenge

On May 27, 2017, Solange O., a student in the Culinary Management program, won first place at 2017 SAPUTO National Junior Culinary Challenge.

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HRT Professor Turns a Tragedy into a Teachable Moment

On August 23, 2015, tragedy struck Humber College when Satvir Singh, a 22-year-old International HRT student, drowned in Professor’s Lake in Brampton.

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