With campuses across the Greater Toronto Area, Seneca offers degrees, diplomas and certificates renowned for their quality and respected by employers. Seneca’s transfer pathways allow our graduating students to move into competitive degree programs at Seneca and beyond.
Hear from some students who chose to pursue their education at Seneca:
1. Romaine - I selected Seneca as my school of choice because one of my brothers attended and told me about the valuable co-op work experience his program had afforded him. I decided to attend in hopes that I would get a similar experience.
2. Helen - Helen’s academic career at Seneca goes back to 2005, the year she enrolled in the Early Childhood Education (ECE) program. Upon finishing ECE, Helen went on to take the Social Service Worker - Immigrants and Refugees (SSWI) program, during which she enjoyed being the Vice-President of the SSWI Club. A true Senecan at heart, she then decided to pursue the Honours Bachelor of Child Development (BCD) degree, graduating from the College in 2016.
In the Honours Bachelor of Child Development degree, you’ll receive a firm grounding in teaching and curriculum subjects in early childhood development, as well as familiarity in multidisciplinary and family practice.
3. Adam - I chose Seneca because IT Security was an emerging field at the time, and very few universities offered a competitive program. Seneca blended the perfect amount of theory-based learning with practical work, it was a fantastic program.
Click here to explore how your Seneca diploma may transfer to a Seneca degree.
If you’re researching postsecondary options, visit Open House to learn more about Seneca and explore our open programs. If you’ve applied to Seneca already and are waiting for an offer or are considering an offer, attending Open House is a great way to talk directly to faculty, staff and current students from your program area and to get your questions answered. You can learn more about how Seneca can support you in your studies by connecting with staff from Financial Aid, Counselling & Accessibility, Degree & Credit Transfer and many other support service areas.
Join us on Saturday, April 7, 2018 to get a feel for life on campus and discover why Seneca is right for you. Open House is held at Newnham, Seneca@York, King, Markham, Jane and Peterborough campuses.
Please make sure to attend the Open House event at the campus that offers the program(s) that interest you. Check our programs by campus.
If you’re not sure about the program options or what might be a good fit for you, Seneca has on campus Liaison Officers that offer one-on-one appointments and can help determine suitability. They can be reached at email@example.com or 416-491-4660.
For information about transferring from a Seneca diploma to a Seneca degree, please connect with our Degree and Credit Transfer office. They can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-491-5050 ext. 26464.