Join us on Saturday, April 1, 2017 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.
Saturday, April 1, 2017
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Register to attend Open House and you’ll have a chance to win a MacBook Pro 13-inch.
Financial Aid and Counselling & Accessibility information sessions will take place at 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. at Newnham, Seneca@York, King and Markham Campuses.
Plus, some programs will have information sessions and open labs. Check back soon for details.
Interested in part-time studies?Visit Part-time Studies and learn more about our flexible study options for degree, graduate certificate, diploma, and certificate programs.
Free Shuttle ServiceFree Open House inter-campus shuttle service, including Peterborough.
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What to Expect
Meet with Program Experts & Support Services Representatives
Drop by one of our tables anytime between 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. to speak to faculty, staff and support representatives from all academic and service areas including admissions, financial aid, residence and athletics. Find out more about Seneca, our program options, student life and all the ways we can support you in your studies.
Take a campus tour and get a first-hand look at our classrooms, labs, facilities and residence. This is a great way to experience life on campus and see what Seneca has to offer.
Why Open House Matters
If you’re researching postsecondary options, visit Open House to learn more about Seneca and our 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 get familiar with your campus and to talk directly to faculty, staff and current students from your program area. You can also learn more about how Seneca can support you in your studies by connecting with staff from Financial Aid, Counselling & Accessibility, Degree & Credit Transfer and other support service areas.