Whether you are just beginning to think about Seneca or considering a change in programs, our Student Recruitment and Liaison team is ready to help. You can book an appointment to meet with a liaison officer who can assist you in selecting the Seneca program that best suits you.
If you are a prospective student looking for direction and support in selecting a Seneca program that meets your needs and interests, consider booking an appointment with us.
We encourage you to do preliminary research on potential areas of study before attending the meeting. If you have specific questions, write them down and bring them to your appointment as this will allow for an effective and efficient meeting.
Before your appointment, please consider the following suggestions:
- Not sure what program to take? Try our Career Assessment Tool.
- Visit the Areas of Study page to explore your program options before your visit.
- Check out our full-time and part-time program pages to determine which program type interests you.
- If you need to upgrade to qualify for admission, Seneca has a number of options available. We can help you select the one that’s right for you.
- If your appointment is related to the Second Career program, please visit our Second Career page for additional information.
To meet with one of our on-campus liaison officers, or to book a Skype appointment, contact Student Recruiment.
If you are a domestic student currently attending Seneca, and you are not sure whether your program is the right fit for you, we can guide and support you in selecting a different program that better meets your needs and interests.
As a Seneca student, you will be assigned a dedicated adviser based on your program. Your adviser will connect with you to ensure that you have access to the support and resources available on campus and answer any program-specific questions (e.g. program requirements, course schedules, academic status and policies) that you have to help you to move forward in your program successfully.
Your adviser can assist you with:
- Program prerequisite and graduation requirements
- Academic status, regulations and policies
- Educational planning to help you reach your academic goals
- Referrals to specific service areas on campus to help you succeed
- General program-related questions
To find your adviser, log into Student Centre. You will find your adviser’s name and contact information listed on the homepage.