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Seneca financial planning program first graduate-level program in Canada to be approved by the Canadian Securities Institute (CSI)

Toronto, 08/09/2017
Seneca is the first postsecondary institution in Canada to have a graduate-level program in financial planning approved by the Canadian Securities Institute (CSI).

Seneca Open Source researcher’s $1-million grant renewed for five years

Toronto, 05/05/2017
NSERC Industrial Research Chair for Colleges Chris Tyler to continue research on emerging computing platforms

Seneca to receive more than $3.4 million for 50th anniversary legacy projects

Toronto, 04/25/2017
Seneca will use $3,443,600 in funding from the Government of Ontario to create a new Indigenous student space; revitalize the School of Aviation’s fleet of aircraft; reimagine the journalism program’s TV studio; and expand a laptop and tablet loaning program for students.

Seneca College receives $131,519 from federal Environmental Damages Fund

Toronto, 02/28/2017
Seneca College will carry out a national project that will help dry-cleaning operators across the country understand their role in preventing pollution.

Seneca’s financial planning advanced diplomas now official pathways to Personal Financial Planner designation

Toronto, 02/06/2017
Seneca is the first Ontario College to have two financial planning advanced diplomas approved by the Canadian Securities Institute (CSI).

Leaders helping leaders – GTA program celebrates Seneca's impact of mentoring on newcomers

Toronto, 01/25/2017
Seneca, CIBC, KPMG in Canada and the University of Toronto received awards for their achievements in mentoring at a special event on January 25 for The Mentoring Partnership, a program of the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC) and employer and community partners.

Seneca's School of Fashion partners with Textile Waste Diversion

Toronto, 01/24/2017
Seneca’s School of Fashion has partnered with leading textile reclamation company, Textile Waste Diversion (TWD), on a research project with the goal of reducing the mounds of unwanted clothing that currently ends up in municipal landfills.