Events & Webinars


Seneca offers a number of webinars specially designed for you. These online sessions are an easy and convenient way to learn more applying as an adult learner, upgrading, credential assessments, part-time studies and more.

Drop-in Q&A with Seneca and York University

Our range of pathway options lets you use your credits to transfer into another program at Seneca or pursue further education at one of our partner institutions. We have 43 programs that have a pathway option to York University in the areas of business, creative arts, animation and design, education, community and social services, health and wellness, public safety, science, engineering technology and information technology.

Join us and learn about Seneca to York pathways, admission requirements, the transfer credit process and support services.

  • Tuesday, June 1 from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Tuesday, July 6 from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Credential Assessments: How to Apply to Seneca

Are you a newcomer or internationally trained individual considering going back to school? Join our webinar to learn how an assessment of your secondary and postsecondary credentials, compared to Canadian standards, can help you make important decisions when applying to Seneca. This webinar will provide you with more information on your credential options, transfer credits and the training needed to achieve your goals.

  • Thursday, April 29
  • Thursday, May 27
  • Thursday, June 17

Weekly Q&A Drop-In Sessions

Beginning to think about Seneca or considering a change in programs? Our Recruitment team is here to help.

Drop in to chat and find out more about your options at Seneca. Everyone is welcome to attend — students, parents or guidance counsellors.

College Panel for Adult Learners

Returning to school or considering a new career direction? Join this online college panel to hear from representatives of six major colleges. You’ll learn how to get your experiences recognized and ask the questions you need to kickstart your future. 

Representatives from Centennial, George Brown, Georgian, Humber, Seneca and Sheridan will be on hand to answer your questions.

Discover Seneca

Thinking of applying to Seneca? Join us for an information session to explore program options, admission requirements, the application process and financial assistance. The Recruitment team will be live to answer any questions that you have and support you with your research and through the application process.

Services at Seneca

Thinking of applying to Seneca? Already registered? Whether you’re looking for counselling before starting, tutoring services while a student or support in obtaining a job after graduation, we’re here to help. Learn about the various supports and services available at Seneca to guide you on your path to success. Have a question? We’ve got answers! Stay tuned and we’ll answer them for you during our Q&A session.

Applying as an Adult Learner

Do you consider yourself an “adult learner” or “mature student”? Do you have some life experience before coming to Seneca? Whether you’re a mature student, internationally educated or an adult learner, this session is for you. We’ll explore a variety of topics from types of adult learners to credential assessments to learning options and follow this up with a Q&A period.

Upgrading Programs and Courses

At Seneca, we offer a number of free upgrading options to help you get started on your postsecondary journey. Join us to learn more about these options, including detailed information on our Academic Upgrading program and English/math equivalency courses.

Indigenous Supports & Services

Want to learn about Seneca’s services for Indigenous students? This session will outline our Indigenous-based supports and programming, introduce our First Peoples staff and showcase Odeyto, our new Indigenous teaching, learning and gathering place.

Paying for Your Studies

Thinking about your financial aid options? This session will explore a variety of ways to pay for your studies including scholarships, bursaries and government financial assistance such as OSAP.

Second Career

Did you know that Second Career is an Ontario government grant that provides financial support to help qualified laid-off workers train for in-demand careers? You may qualify, based on financial need. There are two parts to the Second Career application process — the Funding Application and the College Program Application. Join us as we guide you through the process and the steps to become a Seneca student.

Building on Your Seneca Credential: Stay at Seneca

In these unprecedented times, education is more important than ever and as a graduating student or alumni, you can continue your studies at Seneca. In this presentation, we will explore the various options available and provide details on building on your credential, pathways, full- and part-time programming, how to apply and virtual advising opportunities.

Part-Time Studies

Interested in studying at Seneca part time? Explore our range of programming offered on a part-time basis with classes in the early mornings, evenings, weekends or online anytime.


Interested in Residence at Seneca? Join us to learn more about our campus locations. We will also provide you with information on residence and show you some of the great benefits of living on campus. We will then take you on a virtual tour of our residences at our Newnham and King campuses. You will also have the opportunity to hear from a Seneca student about what it is like to live in residence.

Don’t see what you’re looking for? Email to let us know so we can help future students like you.