Seneca will receive $3,508,220 as part of Ontario’s College Equipment and Renewal Fund, a government initiative to modernize and purchase education-related equipment and learning resources.
Seneca professor Robert Winkler is among the top 20 nominees in the TVO 2010 Best Lecturer Competition.
Seneca will receive a total of $2.3 million in federal funding over five years for flight training research as part of the College and Community Innovation Program (CCI).
Colleges and small to medium-sized businesses collaborate to bring research to the marketplace and Polytechnics Canada will showcase some of the most innovative projects on November 27 at Seneca's Markham Campus.
Seneca experts will share best practices with more than 150 members of Canada’s ethnic media from November 20 to November 22 at Seneca’s Markham Campus (8 The Seneca Way at Hwy. 7 and Hwy. 404)*.
At a time when post-secondary financial aid funds have been hit by the market downturn, Seneca’s Student Federation has answered the call to an emergency appeal by contributing $100,000 to help support fellow students.
Students will have the opportunity to learn more about various careers from those already successful in their fields at Seneca’s King Campus Library (13990 Dufferin Street, King City) on Tuesday, November 17 from 10:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Seneca invites everyone to start Ontario College Week with a visit to its campuses on November 7 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Annual recognition event to award achievement, celebrate graduate success
Student advisors from Ontario’s colleges and universities gather at Seneca for their annual conference
Seneca tops the list for the most professors nominated from any participating post-secondary institution in the TVO 2010 Best Lecturer Competition.
Seneca’s annual Free Software and Open Source Symposium (FSOSS) has gained an international reputation and attracted some of the biggest names in the industry over the last seven years. This year, it is the foundational event that spurred the creation of the first Toronto Open Source Week.
While Seneca students may be off for reading week, the College’s Newnham Campus will be a buzz as more than 1,400 of the city’s high school students take part in the Demonstrating Excellence Celebrating Achievement (DECA) Toronto Regional Competition on Thursday, October 29, 2009.
Seneca presented Craig Kielburger and Marc Kielburger with honorary Bachelor of Applied Studies degrees at Seneca College’s convocation.
Seneca's 5th annual "Success in Partnership Awards" recognizes His Worship Luigi Maraca, York Regional Police, Toronto District School Board and Certified General Accountants of Ontario.
Seneca has been named one of Greater Toronto’s top 90 employers for the second year in a row, in a special supplement of the Toronto Star, released on Saturday.
Blending art and commerce, Seneca’s new Independent Illustration diploma program will teach not only the art of creation, but also the art of the sale.
In front of an audience of Senecans, local dignitaries and College partners, David Agnew was officially installed as Seneca’s fifth President.
Graduates of Seneca's Independent Music Production (IMP) program will take to the stage to kick off the program's 10th CD release.
Seneca students won the top prize in a worldwide building design competition with an entry that was recognized by judges for its “elegant engineering solutions and aesthetically pleasing architecture.”
Seneca College is pleased to announce that Jennifer Singh will be the College’s new Dean, Faculty of Business (Arts and Commerce), effective August 17th.
With the opportunity to learn in Greece, Switzerland, South Africa and Jamaica, Seneca’s new Hotel and Restaurant Management diploma prepares students for a world of exciting careers.
Seneca will host the Aviation Accreditation Board International (AABI) annual meeting from July 14 to July 17.
Seneca’s new Property and Casualty Insurance program gives students the opportunity to fast track to a high demand career in the insurance industry, while getting paid work experience.
In January 2000, Parker Mitchell and George Roter co-founded Engineers without Borders (EWB), with a vision to better use the unique problem-solving skills of engineers to help address the complex challenges of poverty around the globe.
Sonja Bata, O.C., a veteran of the fashion industry known for her philanthropic efforts, will be presented with an honorary Bachelor of Applied Studies degree at Seneca College’s convocation.
Dr. Helena Jaczek, MPP for Oak Ridges-Markham helped launch Seneca’s new Child and Youth Worker program today at the college’s King Campus.
As sustainable green business practices become increasingly important, Seneca has announced a new eight-month Green Business Management program, to give graduates the skills needed to play a key role in the greening of business.
Seneca will host Designer Day – Canada for IPC, the Association Connecting Electronics Industries at the Seneca@York campus on June 10, 2009.
Seneca has received approximately $25 million in funding from the federal and provincial governments as part of the second round of new infrastructure announcements made today.