Seneca has been named one of Greater Toronto's Top Employers for 2014 in a special editorial supplement in the Globe and Mail.
Seneca College is the first post-secondary institution in Canada to provide students with a competitive edge by integrating the Manulife Financial SmarterU Travel Insurance learning platform into its curriculum.
Hockey legend Geraldine Heaney, considered the best defenceman in women's hockey history, will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame this evening.
New alumni council headed by retired York Region Police Chief to engage alumni at various career stages
26 Colleges, Two Days, One Location
Heads of Torstar, CGA Ontario and eHealth bring wealth of expertise to the Board
Leader in Ontario with 70,000+ registrations in continuing education
Seneca is the first postsecondary partner to integrate the Adobe Technical Communication Suite into a program’s curriculum.
New social media program partners with industry leading social measurement company
Partnership provides students with more degree pathways and expanded career options
Seneca’s residences to be converted to Athletes Village in support of the 2013 Summer Games
The latest film, Subconscious Password, by Oscar®-winning director Chris Landreth was produced by the National Film Board of Canada with the participation of Animation Arts Centre of Seneca College and Copperheart Entertainment.
Seneca’s new Nonprofit Leadership and Management graduate certificate program will prepare students to lead and manage nonprofit organizations toward sustainable growth in this competitive sector.
The Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) has inducted 10 new members from Seneca College into the OCAA Hall of Fame this year.
Dr. Ursula Franklin is donating more than 220 texts, books, publications, and journals related to Chinese culture, art, and artifacts to Seneca College’s Confucius Institute and libraries.
Seneca College presents the fashion designs of graduating students Craig Renaud and Mandeep Mangat as part of |FAT| Arts and Fashion Week on April 24.
Seneca College’s School of Community Services presented awards to community leaders today as part of the Third Annual Social Services – Immigrant and Refugee Forum.
Seneca graphic design students have created this year’s official Fraud Prevention Month campaign for the Toronto Police Service.
Seneca College President David Agnew will be awarded a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal for his years of service to community throughout his extensive public, private and non-profit career.
For the second year in a row, Seneca professors and graduates have worked on films nominated for Academy Awards.
Certified General Accountants of Ontario (CGA Ontario) has donated $255,000 to Seneca College’s School of Accounting and Financial Services, in part to establish the CGA Ontario Learning Centre at the College’s Newnham Campus.
The Government of Gujarat and Canada's Seneca College have signed a Letter of Cooperation that will accelerate the internationalization of higher education in the state and provide new global learning opportunities for Gujarat's young people.