Beginning this fall, Seneca College will offer an Opticianry program full-time to prepare students in the province for employment opportunities in retail optical dispensaries, contact lens clinics as well as medical clinics in Ontario, across Canada, and internationally.
Seneca is one of the first colleges in Ontario and the first in the Greater Toronto Area to have a Paralegal* program accredited by the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Twelve members from a variety of the Board of Governors and Program Advisory Committes have been acknowledged for their dedication and commitment to Seneca College with Ontario Volunteer Service Awards.
Seneca was selected as one of four colleges and universities in Canada to receive a 2008 HP Technology for Teaching grant, which is designed to transform teaching and improve learning in the classroom through innovative uses of technology.
The McGuinty government’s announcement at Seneca College’s Centre for Advanced Technologies today is one that will positively impact thousands of Ontarians in need of viable employment.
Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that Seneca College will expand the use of open source software in its curriculum through the Fedora Project, a Red Hat sponsored and community-supported open source collaboration.
The achievements of Dr. William T. Newnham and six of Seneca's outstanding alumni were celebrated at the fifth annual Distinguished Alumni Awards Dinner on May 13.
Understanding how generational expectations and behaviour impact the teaching and learning environment is something more than 200 attendees from secondary school boards and Ontario colleges will learn about at Seneca’s first academic forum on Monday, May 12.
Allstate Insurance Company of Canada has pledged $100,000 to Seneca’s “Leading Through Excellence” Campaign for the Markham Campus and established two annual $1,000 scholarships for students in Seneca’s Business Insurance diploma program.
High school students from the greater Toronto area showcased their “graduate level” research projects at the annual Sanofi-Aventis BioTalent Challenge (SABC), hosted by Seneca College.
Laurel Schollen, Venue Chair of the York Region Sci-Tech Fair (YRSTF) is pleased to announce that six young scientists from York Region will attend the Canada-Wide Science Fair as members of Team Sci-Tech Ontario. The winners were announced at an awards ceremony held at Seneca College on April 5.
Videos produced by students in Seneca’s Summer Institute of Broadcast Journalism will help a good cause when they are shown on-air during the 25th anniversary Easter Seals Telethon this weekend.
Seneca is celebrating its 40th anniversary in style at this year’s Redefining Design gala on Thursday, April 10 at KoolHaus (132 Queen’s Quay East at Lower Jarvis Street).
Seneca College applauds today’s provincial government budget announcement that includes investments to support the education, training and retraining of the workforce.
The face of post-secondary education in Ontario is changing. From baccalaureate programs to graduate certificate programs and articulation agreements with universities, a college education leads to a world of growing career opportunities for students.
Seneca College President Dr. Rick Miner today announced a $100,000 (USD) grant from the Mozilla Foundation. The grant supports on-going collaboration between Mozilla and Seneca’s Centre for Development of Open Technology.
The Honourable David Crombie, a veteran politician and urban reformer, will be presented with an honorary Bachelor of Applied Studies degree at Seneca College’s convocation.
Research from the College Mathematics Project finds that one in three students who take first semester mathematics in college end up in academic trouble and all stakeholders can play a role in addressing the problem.
Dr. Rick Miner, President of Seneca College, welcomes the McGuinty government’s announcement today of an additional $65 million for college education and training; $6,463,800 of that going to Seneca.
A Seneca Broadcasting-Television student has taken six hours of campaign footage and created a three-minute campaign video for U.S. presidential hopeful, Hillary Clinton.