Support and Resources
Helping you succeed means being there when you need us, making sure you have everything you need for a great experience. From online academic support to financial aid to postsecondary life, we’re here for you at every step of your educational journey so you can make the most of your time at Seneca.
Get a headstart on your studies this fall with support from Seneca’s Learning Centre. Supports are available for improving your learning skills in communications, math and science to help you get ahead in your program.
Peer mentors can also help you get started at Seneca and peer tutors can answer your questions about communications, math and science. You can also receive help with developing effective study habits and online learning.
Check out this HeadStart tutorial, which will guide you through the many resources available to get you started for the semester.
Check out this math hub resource for videos on math foundations, math anxiety and math terminology.
Want to brush up on biology for your courses this semester? Need an extra resource to help? Check out this biology playlist for some helpful resources.
If you are looking for support with how to study and how to learn online, check out the STRIVE Program and Study Skills support available through the Learning Centre. This program offers webinars for improving your learning strategies and life skills to achieve academic, career and professional goals.
They also offer one-on-one support for learning skills. You can book an appointment with the Learning Centre online for this service. Select “SRV001” or “SSK001 as the course in the booking system.
Learning online may be a new experience for some students. Begin by taking this Self-Assessment to point you in the right direction. The assessment will help you to get started in understanding your strengths and weaknesses for learning online and will advise which resources to access so you can get the support you need.
You can also review our list of resources that will help you succeed as an online learner.
Peer tutors are senior students who have previously taken a specific course; they are available to tutor you as a junior student enrolled in that same course. Appointments are focused on your individual needs, and you are expected to come prepared and ask questions.
If you have any questions about course content and want to review it with a peer tutor, book an appointment.
Student Resources and Services
An alphabetical listing of online student-focused resources and services available to you.
Find out the technical requirements for online courses.
Information, strategies, tips and more for you to be a successful online learner.
Order your textbooks and/or supplies soon to ensure your order arrives before classes start.