Contact Us Inlife was simple and pure. Walk through the door of Tiffin's first millionaire's home, which is now the Seneca County Museum, and experience life as it was then. Tour the room Greek Revival historic home which displays everything from the life of a millionaire to the beauty of Tiffin Glass and other fine treasures.
History[ edit ] Seneca opened in as part of a provincial initiative to establish an Ontario-wide network of colleges of applied arts and technology providing career-oriented diploma and certificate courses as well as continuing education programs to Ontario communities.
The province was responding to the increasing need for sophisticated applied learning as technology continued to change the nature of work and the provincial economy. General education was considered an important element in postsecondary education, and breadth courses continue to be a part of every program.
In the colleges were granted the ability to offer baccalaureate degrees. Seneca is one of six colleges that can offer up to 15 per cent of its program activity at the degree level.
Each campus has its own academic specialties. It is home to more than 11, full-time students in business, engineering, aviation, early childhood education, fashion, opticianry, information and communications technology and liberal arts.
The campus, named after founding president William T. Newnhamis also the site of extensive continuing education activity during the evenings and weekends.
The campus also includes a 1,bed residence, sports centre and daycare centre. It is located west Seneca college used books the intersection of Highway and Finch Avenue East. The campus's first building was opened in and over the years has involved various architects William H. Hurst Phase 1 ; John B.
In a 1, square foot domed planetarium was added to the Phase 3 section of the campus, but it has since closed. The new building, designed by Craig Applegath of Dialog, features: The atrium in the new space was named after Frederick Minkler, Seneca's first chair of the board of governors.
Quinlan Building, designed by architect Raymond Moriyama and named after Seneca's third president. Eaton HallKing campus. King Campus is located in a natural setting of hectares acres of woods, lake and fields.
It also offers training in Underwater Skills. There is a residence on campus. Once complete, it will support an additional 1, students, for a complement of 5, overall. The campus houses full and part-time programs in the areas of business, marketing and tourism, and also the college's departments of Finance, Human Resources and Information Technology Services.
Since the campus has also been home to the Confucius Institute.
The building is located at 21 Beverly Hills Drive in Toronto and can be seen from the westbound collector lanes of Highway Peterborough Campus[ edit ] Peterborough Airport in Peterborough is the home of Seneca's aviation campus, including a fleet of aircraft and flight training devices used by students enrolled in the Bachelor of Aviation Program.
Opened in January, in response to the pending closure of Buttonville Airportthe campus serves the second, third and fourth years of the degree program, while first-year students study at Newnham Campus.
Some courses and services at the Peterborough Campus are offered in partnership with Fleming College. Seneca's fleet currently consists of 22 aircraft: Community campuses[ edit ] Seneca's community campuses offer community-based services delivered by the college, such as employment services for adults and specialized programs for internationally trained immigrants and academic upgrading.
Newmarket Campus[ edit ] The Newmarket Campus offers Employment Ontario services and access to resources and information. Programs at this location include employment counselling, job search workshops, job development services and computer skills training.
Academic upgrading is offered in the day and evening. It offers services including academic upgrading, employment services and workplace essential skills training for professionals, as well as a centre for entrepreneurship.
Yorkgate Campus[ edit ] Open since the s, Yorkgate Campus has post-secondary programs as well as customized programs in academic upgrading and office systems.
Serving as an access and outreach centre for the Jane-Finch community, Yorkgate also offers the Literacy and Basic Skills program along with a variety of employment-related provincial and federal programs, including since Practical Nursing and Social Service Worker.
The Employment Resource Centre offers assisted services and extended hours on evenings and Saturdays.
Former locations[ edit ] Seneca's first homes from to were various buildings in North York: Buttonville Campus located at the Buttonville Airport housed the aviation program from to Relocated to Peterborough Airport. Academics[ edit ] Seneca York Library Seneca offers more than full-time programs and part-time programs including 14 Bachelor's degrees and 30 graduate certificates.
Seneca also offers career search assistance to graduating students.With campuses across the Greater Toronto Area, Seneca offers degrees, diplomas and certificates renowned for their quality and respected by employers.
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