Student employment opportunities with Accessible Learning Services and Counselling Services.
Get Involved! Student Opportunities within Accessible Learning Services.
Frequently asked questions by faculty regarding Counselling Services.
A review of privacy, requests, feedback, complaints, cancelations, and more...
Accessible Learning Services (ALS) provides access to academic accommodations, assistive technology and other accessible learning services for students with disabilities. Our goal is to provide equal ...
About the Counselling Team and Values
24/7 Support; Housing/Shelters; Food Banks
There are many ways to take care of your mental health and a wide range of services to help you get started. From learning new skills and changing old habits, to talking to peers who understand what y...
Alternate format as an academic accommodation can take on two forms: digital and print.
Deaf or Hard of Hearing Services
Accessible Learning Services (ALS) is responsible for the management of academic accommodations for all students with disabilities.
The Accessible Learning Services (ALS) team is dedicated to ensuring that all students and apprentices have an equal opportunity to succeed in their educational pursuits.
Discover programs and workshops to learn about mental health and wellness.
Information for faculty on how to support a student in distress.
Frequently Asked Questions from students about Counselling Services.
Frequently Asked Questions from students about Personal Counselling Services.
Accessible Learning Code of Commitments An Appendix to the Accessible Learning Policy This Code of Commitments is developed to assist Seneca and Seneca students to ensure the success of the accommodat...
Retroactive Accommodation is when a student requests accommodation after a scheduled course assessment (e.g., test or assignment) has taken place and where the student has failed to meet performance e...
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