Through an incredible partnership with the Ontario government, Seneca Student Federation and the Student Athletic Association, we embarked on a transformational $100+ million project to expand infrastructure at the Campus, while also strengthening financial aid opportunities and developing new academic pathways.
- 1971 – Seneca purchases the Eaton family estate.
- 1975 – Classes begin at Garriock Hall. Named after Seneca Board Chair Norn Garriock, the 137,000 square-foot building included labs, classrooms, a library and administrative space.
- 1999 – A 233-bed student residence is added.
- 2004 – The Animal Health Facility opens with kennels, an x-ray room, operating room and labs.
- 2011 – The provincial government announces its support of the King Campus expansion project.
- 2014 – Seneca and Infrastructure Ontario issue a request for qualifications from teams to design, build and finance the King Campus expansion.
- 2018 – Magna Hall opens its doors to students with140,000 square feet of space for classrooms, labs, a library, a learning centre and study rooms. As well, a student lounge, an athletic facility, with a double gymnasium and fitness amenities that promotes healthy living.