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Whether you’re just beginning to think about Seneca or considering a change in programs, our liaison experts are ready to help you make an informed decision. If you’re unsure of where to begin, book a one-on-one appointment and we’ll help you navigate the options and find the program that’s right for you.

Future students

If you are a future domestic student who is unsure of where to begin, we can provide direction and support you in selecting a Seneca program that meets your needs and interests. Before we meet, please consider the following:

  • Have you conducted any research prior to your visit? If not, please visit our Areas of Study page to begin your research.
  • Are you interested in a full-time or part-time program? For your convenience, please see our full-time and program websites.
  • Is this visit related to Second Career? If so, please visit our Second Career web pages for additional information.

Current students

If you are a current domestic student at Seneca who is unsure whether your program is the right fit, we can guide and support you in selecting a different program that better meets your needs and interests, leading you in the right direction.

If you have specific questions about your current program (e.g. program requirements, course schedules, academic status and policies) or if you would like to transfer to another program and you know which one, please check with your current program’s student adviser. If you do not know how to reach your adviser, log into Student Centre. Your adviser’s name and contact information are listed on the homepage.

  • Book an appointment

    To meet with one of our liaison officers on campus, call 416.491.4660 or email us.


    Can’t make it to campus?

    We also offer appointments via Skype for your convenience. For information or to book a Skype appointment, call 416.491.4660 or email us.


    Before your meeting, we encourage all domestic students (current or future) to do preliminary research on potential areas of study. If you have specific questions, write them down and bring them to your appointment. This will ensure that we use our meeting time effectively and efficiently.