Video: Seneca President David Agnew, students and academic staff discuss what makes a Seneca education special: high academic standards, practical, hands-on learning, expert teaching faculty and the latest technology.
Information for Parents/Guardians
The decision to attend college is a major step. If your child is planning to attend Seneca, the more you know, the better you’ll feel about it.
Seneca is a leader in post-secondary education with dedicated staff and faculty whose main goal is to provide the best experience possible for our students. All of our programs are created with input from employers to ensure what’s being taught will best prepare our students for their future careers.
Tutoring and counseling are available for students who need academic assistance, and we provide a network of support that includes disability, medical and other services.
Campus life is also an important part of a student’s experience, and Seneca prides itself on offering a safe learning environment, campuses with the latest technology and opportunities for students to try new things and meet new people.
We say that Seneca changes you. For our students that means providing the best preparation possible, allowing them to join other successful graduates in beginning their careers
Student life on campus
Clubs, sports and other activities on campus.
Tuition and education expenses
Living at Seneca
Support for students
Seneca provides a number of services to support students academically and financially. We also have medical clinics and services for disabled learners.
Personal and Academic Counselling
Confidential individual consultations
Student Mentoring in Life and Education
A mentoring program for first-year students
Seneca's Learning Centres
Tutoring, workshops and other academic help
Success at Seneca
Coaching for students
The First Year Experience
Preparing new students for college life
Seneca Summer Transition Program
Designed for students with learning disabilities. This program allows incoming students a fun and interactive way to transition from high school to college.
Located at all our major campuses, Seneca's libraries provide valuable learning resources.
The Student Health Centre is located at Newnham Campus.
Students are encouraged to contact the Accessibility Services prior to beginning their program at Seneca.
The Ombudsperson receives and investigates complaints in an independent, objective, impartial and confidential manner when all other College resources have been exhausted.
Where are Seneca campuses located?