Whether your concerns are personal, academic, financial, an infringement of college policies, career choices, or a legal matter, there is someone on campus who can help you.
Check out the following links to find out how your concerns can be addressed:
Seneca College is committed to ensuring a respectful accessible, safe and inclusive environment; free from discrimination, harassment and violence for all students. To meet this objective the Student Conduct Office is responsible for implementing education, awareness, prevention, and training programs to support a diverse and positive campus climate.
Experienced counselors offer confidential individual consultation for all members of the Seneca community. There is no charge, except in a few cases for test and other materials.
Students are welcome to take advantage of our many professional health services. Drop in with a question or schedule a visit with one of our physicians or Registered Nurse – we'll help you answer any health questions you may have.
The Legal Aid Clinic is held every Wednesday, from 2 - 4 p.m., starting Wednesday, September 28, in the Student Services Office, Room D2000, at the Newnham Campus. Appointments can be made at the Student Services Reception desk or by phoning extension 22925. Each appointment will be for 15 minutes.
For your information, Stan Gershman also holds a Legal Aid Clinic at the Fairview Mall (Don Mills/Sheppard) every Wednesday and Thursday, from 6:00 - 8:30 pm. By appointment only. This is free for Seneca students with a Seneca I.D. Card. The telephone number at the Fairview Legal Aid Clinic is (416) 493-0752.
The Ombudsperson receives and investigates complaints in an independent, objective, impartial and confidential manner when all other College resources have been exhausted.
Seneca College has a number of services available to help address any concerns you have.