Frequently Asked Questions
In response to the evolving nature of COVID-19 and provincial directives regarding events and mass gatherings, Seneca has made the difficult decision to postpone our June convocation ceremonies until it is safe to bring our communities together again.
Seneca will be couriering credentials to all graduates in July. There is no charge to have your credential couriered to you. UPS courier service will require a signature upon delivery and anyone at your address can sign for the package.
If you were planning on attending convocation ceremonies in June, you will be invited to join us for in-person convocation ceremonies at a later date. Seneca has postponed our convocation ceremonies until it is safe to bring our communities together again.
The convocation fee still applies, as it covers administrative costs associated with processing documents of student achievements.
Graduation is the term used to acknowledge that you have met your requirements and you have been approved to graduate from your program of study. Convocation refers to the in-person ceremony where your credential would be presented to you.