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“If I could go back to my first term I would have focused more on my courses and studied more to achieve better grades. The Learning Centre is just one of the great services Seneca offers students to help them achieve their goals”
~Yara Ahmed, First-Year Student, Tourism & Travel

The Learning Centre

The Learning Centres offer academic support, at no additional charge, to all full and part-time Seneca students. That support includes one-on-one tutoring, course-specific workshops, conversation clubs and reading clubs.  Students can also meet with a Learning Strategist to develop personalized learning strategies, study plans, time management skills, stress management, note taking strategies and test taking tools.

Seneca Library

Seneca has four libraries located at King, Markham, Newnham and S@York campuses. These libraries offer both print and e-resources that support Seneca’s programs. Services include an on-line reference chat service and research skills training. The audio Visual Department offers a centralized media collection and equipment to support class presentations and assignments.

Academic Advisors for International Students


International Student Services


Continuing Education

Your decision to enrol as either a returning or new student in part-time studies at Seneca is one that will provide lifelong benefits. College staff are available to assist you in all aspects of your enquiry and progress through the subject or program of your choice. You have made a wise choice in deciding to study at Seneca College and the College looks forward to assisting you in becoming a successful student. 


The Office of the Registrar is responsible for the admission and registration of all full-time and part-time Seneca students, student records, testing, statistics, graduation, financial aid and awards. Academic and tuition fee policy documents are prepared and distributed by the Office of the Registrar.

Test Centre

The Test Centre is located at Newnham, King, Markham and Seneca@York. One of its functions is to provide a place for students to write missed tests and exams, with the professor's permission. The facility is also used for the invigilation of "special needs" testing, for students with different abilities.  Should you need accommodations, you must see a counselor in Counselling Services at your campus.

Computing Commons/Student Help Desk

The mandate of this service is to provide assistance to Seneca College students to help them meet their Information Technology needs. The Student Help Desks are located in 4 different campuses, Newnham, King, Markham and Seneca@York.
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Degree/Credit Transfer

A Seneca College diploma can earn you credit toward a university degree. This guide contains current transfer agreements and opportunities for Seneca graduates and will be subject to change as new agreements and revisions occur. Please call the Seneca's Degree Transfer Office at Seneca College 416.491.5050 Ext. 6464, for assistance. For complete degree information and the admission procedures, please contact the Universities directly.
Seneca College endeavours to ensure the accuracy of each transfer opportunity, however, changes may occur in program offerings, admission requirements and transfer credit granted by the universities. Check with the universities or colleges directly for the most up to date information.

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Disability Services

At Seneca, students are considered to be experiencing disabilities if they have been formally identified by a registered health care practitioner as having any of the following exceptionalities:

  1. visual impairment
  2. hearing impairment 
  3. mobility impairment 
  4. learning disabilities
  5. psychiatric disabilities 
  6. other non-visible disabilities (e.g. chronic medical conditions) 

Disability Services are available in Counselling and Disability Services at each of our four main campuses.
Call to make an appointment:  9 am - 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday 
Telephone: 416.491.5050
TTY: 416.491.0468
Newnham Campus ext. 22900
King Campus ext. 55157
Seneca@York Campus ext. 33150
Markham Campus ext. 77190

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