Support for You
If you have a disability that might affect your learning, we’re here to support you. With appropriate documentation, we can help with academic accommodations, adaptive technologies and learning specific skills that will help you engage fully in your program at Seneca.
When you’re ready to move from the classroom to the workplace, Seneca’s Career Development department is here to assist you. We help prepare you for success in today’s workforce and connect our graduates with employers. Through one-on-one resumé critiques, interview preparation, employer on-site interviews, career fairs, plus a job bank of 16,000+ companies posting 7,000+ jobs per year, we help you reach your career goals.
Co-ops and Work Terms
Our Work-Integrated Learning department supports you in obtaining co-ops or work terms at a company or organization in your chosen field. Working in a professional setting is a great way to bridge the gap between theory and practice and to learn the daily realities of the job and gain invaluable work experience.
Counselling is available for students who might be dealing with a variety of personal problems. The demands of school can feel overwhelming and there are times when unexpected events happen in our lives. Counsellors are here to help you through life’s difficult moments.
First Peoples@Seneca is dedicated to supporting Indigenous students (First Nations, Métis and Inuit) on our campuses. Services include advisement, tutoring, mentoring, workshops, cultural teachings and social events. These services are offered in a culturally appropriate way to create understandings and learnings about Indigenous peoples.
For those who need help with their courses, our Learning Centres provide various approaches to learning support, including workshops, tutoring, one-on-one sessions, exam preparation and online learning supports. We can help you develop learning strategies and skills essential to success in your program.
Our unique mentoring program is designed to help you make the most of college life. SMILE (Student Mentoring in Life and Education) offers you the chance to connect with a senior student in your program area who can support you in your transition to Seneca.
Our libraries provide you with resources and services to enhance your studies. Library collections are chosen to support your course work and are available in print and increasingly online. Our staff is friendly and approachable and can provide you with research support in person or online via email and online chat. Our state-of-the-art facilities, located at Newnham, Seneca@York, Markham and King Campuses, also offer study spaces, audio visual screening classrooms and electronic training centres.
Full-time Seneca students are assigned a dedicated student adviser with program-specific knowledge. Our student advisers will work with you throughout your program and help you access the services and supports you need to be successful.
More Services for You
At Seneca, our goal is to help you succeed. Other supports and services that we offer include bookstores, computing commons, dining services, a health centre, Seneca OneCard and more.