Counselling and Accessibility Services offers support for current students trying to manage the complexities of college life. Students are seen on a voluntary basis.
Our services can help students fulfill their personal and academic potential through individual and/or group supports.
Seneca counsellors are always approachable and supportive. They hold professional degrees in counselling-related fields and balance their theoretical background with extensive practical experience. Our counsellors are continually updating their knowledge in order to meet the needs of students. Counselling and Accessibility Services staff are members of a variety of professional associations including: Ontario College Counsellors (O.C.C.), College Committee on Disability Issues (C.C.D. I.) and some professional colleges which are governed by the Regulated Health Care Professionals Act (RHPA).
Some students may have functional limitations that impact their ability to fully engage with their academic work. Identifying the appropriate academic accommodations for a student with a disability in the postsecondary environment is critical to ensure students are supported during their time at Seneca. Our counsellors work with students to identify individual accommodation needs so that students can more fully participate in their academic studies.
Seneca’s Learning Strategists are here to provide assistance to you for:
- Getting organized for your semester
- Improving your time management
- Helping to identify your most effective note taking strategies and tools
- Learning how to use your textbooks more effectively
- Increasing comprehension
- Teaching more effective memory strategies
- Tackling assignments
- Augmenting your writing stills
- Developing group work dynamics and presentation skills
- More effective exam prep
- Learning how to be a more confident, less stressful test taker
- Applying prescribed and learned AT to your course work
Our Assistive Technologists provide individual assessment and training on the use of assistive technology software and devices in the classroom.
Study Skills and Academic Development
- Organizational skills and time management
- Test anxiety and stress management
- Test preparation and assignment planning
- Listening skills and note-taking
- Reading textbooks
- Study and memory techniques
Resources and forms
Students in need of support or services please call or come into one of the campus offices to book an appointment.
Temporary Service Move
The Counselling and Accessibility office at the Newnham Campus has temporarily moved to B4030 during renovations in the area and will return
to E2427 on September 30.
416.491.5050 ext. 22900
416.491.5050 ext. 55157
416.491.5050 ext. 77508
416.491.5050 ext. 33150