Seneca College Programs
Living and learning at Seneca College
With campuses across the Greater Toronto Area, Seneca is redefining how people think about postsecondary education with its student-focused teaching and learning, industry partnerships, and educational pathways. With an emphasis on core literacies - including critical thinking, problem-solving, communications, collaboration and leadership - students are prepared in degree, diploma and graduate certificate programs for career success and a lifetime of learning.
The College offers high quality programs at the baccalaureate, diploma, certificate and post-graduate levels, including 88 diploma programs, 27 graduate programs, 14 bachelor's degrees, 19 certificate programs, and joint programs with the University of Toronto, York University and Trent University.
Building on internationally-recognized research programs and industry partnerships, Seneca maintains a strong track record of connecting students with experts and leaders in areas such as Aviation, Animation, Applied Health and Life Sciences, Environmental Technologies, Financial Services, Information and Communications Technologies, and Advanced Manufacturing.
Seneca by the Numbers
See how Seneca stacks up with these fast facts and figures:
- One of the largest colleges in Canada, with 24,000 full-time students and more than 70,000 continuing education registrations annually.
- A diverse international student population, with more than 113 countries represented.
- Pathways to degree programs with more than 50 partner institutions locally and abroad.
- Large and small campuses across the Greater Toronto Area.
- On average, over $7.5 million a year in student financial support from the College and its partners.
Seneca College, Toronto
Toronto is an ideal place for those looking for big city life. It has endless dining and cultural activities that are sure to please any taste, as well as parks, trails and waterfront for getting back to nature.
A comprehensive transit system including streetcars, buses and subways makes the city easily accessible for students.
Seneca Student Life
Student life at Seneca is all about getting involved. Many clubs, from fashion to finance, give students the opportunity to meet others with similar interests. A range of activities are available for students including leadership development, peer mentoring, volunteer, and work opportunities on campus. Athletics and recreation programs include all levels of varsity and intramural sports teams, and access to gyms and fitness centres. Seneca is committed to providing students with ways to stay active and get involved on campus.
Seneca's student government plays an active role in student life as well, by organizing fun and relevant programs and events, as well as running the campus pub and in-house radio station.
Seneca Student Housing
Seneca residences at the Newnham and King campuses are composed of suite-style units containing two bedrooms, a bathroom and kitchenette. Each bedroom has a double bed, desk, chair, closet and dresser, as well as cable TV, Internet access and a phone line.
Students also have access to a common kitchen, laundry rooms, lounge areas, a games room and a convenience store. Residence buildings have a front desk and 24-hour video security, and students access the building with a swipe card.
Seneca Student Services
Seneca's student services provide supports and resources for both academic and personal needs and issues. These include:
- Counselling Services
- Financial Aid
- Disability Services
- Health Services
- Learning Centre, Peer Tutoring and Mentoring
- Athletics and Recreation - Varsity and Intramural Teams
- Fitness Facilities
- Student Leadership Programs
- On- and Off-Campus Housing Support
- Student Government and Leadership Opportunities
1750 Finch Avenue East
Toronto, ON, M2J 2X5
Tel: 416.491.5050 x22800
70 The Pond Road
Toronto, ON, M3J 3M6
13990 Dufferin Street North
King City, ON, L7B 1B3
8 The Seneca Way
Markham, ON, L3R 5Y1
Peterborough Aviation Campus
925-580 Airport Road
Peterborough, ON, K9J 0E7
21 Beverly Hills Drive
Toronto, ON, M3L 1A2
Tel: 416.491.5050 x4350
16655 Yonge Street, Unit 3
Newmarket, ON, L3X 1V6
1 York Gate Boulevard
North York, ON, M3N 3A1
3660 Midland Avenue, 2nd Floor
Scarborough, ON, M1V 0B8
1490 Major Mackenzie Drive West, Unit D5
Vaughan, ON, L6A 4H6
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