Frequently Asked Questions
The opening of Magna Hall at King Campus and the Centre for Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship (CITE) at Newnham Campus, have provided Seneca with the opportunity to:
- Take maximum advantage of all of our spaces
- Provide synergy amongst programs and schools
- Ease crowding
- Enhance our students’ campus and academic experience.
Seneca2020 is a phased, orderly schedule of program and department moves that will take place over the next two years. It has been coordinated by a team from across Seneca’s academic and support areas.
It is the biggest series of moves in Seneca’s history and will involve 6,000 student spaces and 900 employees between summer 2018 and 2020. As outlined in our Strategic Plan, Seneca2020 underscores our commitment to great student and employee experiences and to cross-disciplinary learning.
Academic moves have been carefully planned to ensure minimal disruption. No students will need to switch mid-semester, though some students may begin a program at one campus and end their studies at another.
Prospective students/applicants will be notified of program moves through various channels.
Meal plans are transferable and will be accepted at King, Newnham and Seneca@York campuses.
Seneca has public transit options at each campus in the GTA, including a new subway station at Seneca@York. We continue to advocate to government for increased transit service.
The following links provide information on the available transit options for each Seneca campus:
Parking will be expanded at King and Newnham to accommodate the changing populations. For more information about parking at our campuses please visit Parking at Seneca.
Information for parking at Seneca@York is available through York University’s Parking Services.
Seneca’s shuttle service will continue to serve King, Newnham and Seneca@York.