Supports students, faculty, and staff endeavors that complement the student experience in the School of Accounting and Finance (SAF) at Seneca. The objective of Accounting and Finance is to better prepare students to face the challenges and responsibilities that they will encounter in their professional careers and to provide improvements in the quality and diversity of students’ educational experiences for proposals promoting educational initiatives for SAF students.
BCMH Student Club
The BCMH Student Club is a club designed for students in the Honours Bachelor of Community Mental Health Program. This club was created by students, for students as an opportunity to connect, network, and discuss topics of interest in a safe and welcoming space. Topics of discussion may include class topics, academic support, and self care among others.
Bengali Student Association
A student association for all bengali ethnic students.
Behaviour Exploration club. Our purpose is to engage students from the Behaviour Science programs to enrich learning and build a stronger community between students
Students of biotechnology program can join and share their experience help others and share information regards jobs and anything related to course and life.
And its better to have someone from same course??.
Career Preparation Club
Information and resources that would help students better prepare for their career.
The mission of the Craft Club is to promote an inclusive environment that is focused on nurturing the creative and artistic endeavors of Seneca students. Activities include a space for students to work on individual projects as well as host bi-monthly craft workshops.
Data Science and Machine Learning
We are technology enthusiasts trying to make a difference with our knowledge in machine learning and artificial intelligence. Our goal is to broaden our understanding of this field by collaborating with each other and also taking some exciting projects which can have some real value attached to them.
Fire Protection Student Association
Seneca Fire Protection Student Association (FPSA) is organized by students, for students. We facilitate educational opportunities for students beyond the classroom. The associations goal is to create a community among Fire Protection Students at Seneca College. We do this through a variety of meetings and fun, educational events.
Discuss how to use Flourishing Business Canvas with Seneca Students. Assist students in transforming academic knowledge into practical uses. Provide entrepreneurial toolkits and basic entrepreneurship knowledge to students.
Students with a passion for working with older adults and wish to be the change in society, this is the club for you!
It is a social club, providing mentorship, additional training in the field, and a lifelong connection with the faculty as well as peers!
Human Resources Management Alliance (HRMA)
HRMA Club aims to bring together HR students with mutual interests in pursuing further education about the profession. Through club discussions on: issues affecting HR, HR resources, trends, and policies etc., HR students will be able to learn and discuss their thoughts on the topics. HRMA looks to form connections amongst HR students in this program-related field.
Indian Dance Club
Indian Dance Club is a club by Indians for every student of Seneca. This club focuses on showcasing rich and fun culture of India through the number of Dance styles. This is the place where people can socialize with each other, learn dance and have fun. Dance forms included but not limited to Bhangra, Bollywood, Garba etc.
Indian Student Association
The Seneca Indian Students Association is an association that brings people together and connect with other people to represent the Indian students on campus also supporting each other and providing with resources that they would need
King SSW Club
The King SSW Club is a student led club for all Social Service Worker students attending King Campus. We hold monthly virtual drop-ins on every last Wednesday of the month from 5:30pm to 7:00pm. We offer a safe space for SSW students to socialize, support one another and participate in our special events. Join us to connect with other Social Service Worker students at King Campus. All year levels from King Campus are welcome.
Leaders in Healthcare
A club for all students with a passion for Healthcare and leadership.
Legal Studies Student Association (LSSA)
The Legal Studies Student Association (LSSA)is a vibrant student-led organization that gives students the opportunity to get involved with events and be in a community with like-minded individuals! It’s a great experience to add to your resume and we would love for you to be a part of the Association.
Our mandate is twofold: (1) to provide volunteer opportunities for students to develop their networking skills within the legal community; and (2) to enrich the college experience of students by allowing them to contribute directly to the Seneca community. In accomplishing these mandates, LSSA has built and maintained a highly respected reputation that future employers have come to appreciate.
MilkBags Unlimited Seneca Student Club
Provide Seneca students volunteering, leadership building opportunities andknowledge on the potential of wastes.
Prosper Seneca - Financial Literacy Student Hub
Prosper Seneca - Financial Literacy Student Hub aims at providing students financial education and leadership building opportunities through our Financial Inclusion Program. Guided by our faculty advisor, the financial literacy workshops will include content from Prosper Canada, ABC Literacy, CPA Post-secondary Ambassador Program resources, and CRA Tax Clinics Training Modules. A series of QuickBooks, Excel, and Acrobat DC interactive advanced workshops will then follow to help with career development opportunities. Workshop completion certificates and leadership building opportunities will be provided to students once they complete all required training.
Psychology Students' Association
The purpose of the Psychology Students' Association (PSA) is to provide impactful opportunities and resources to students who are interested in pursuing psychology-related career paths and/ or graduate programs. These opportunities and resources are meant to develop relevant professional and educational skills and include but are not limited to: job and volunteer opportunities with hospitals/ clinics, workshops and information sessions regarding higher education in the field, and networking opportunities with professionals in the field.
SDG Student Hub
A club founded under the SDG Student Program by SDSN Youth.Why Join? ? HAVE access to global network of more than 70 student hubs globally ? LEADERSHIP and management opportunities in the Hub ? PATHWAYS to attend conferences and participate in events run by partner organizations? CERTIFICATION: Earn an SDG Students Program certificate through participation in Hub activities and online courses ? AND it is free to join and more!
Seneca - MSA
the Seneca Muslim Students Association on campus connects Muslim students with each other and represents the Muslim students on campus and strives to provide for them resources that they might need.
Seneca Chess Club
A community that embraces chess players of all levels. Chess is a strategy game that develops analytical thinking, focus, and cognitive functions, which are important skills in the business world. The aim of this club is to spread chess and create strong friendships at the same time.
Seneca College Filipino Community
A community that intends to unite fellow Filipino students to share passion, creativity and happiness to help empower each other to make a difference, and to show the world the true meaning of Filipino hospitality and geniality.
Everyone who likes to cook or just eat is welcome!What’s better than meeting new people over a warm plate?This is a place where Seneca students can learn how to cook easy and delicious recipes, make friends and have fun. Join the club and share your recipe if you want!(When campuses will reopen, as well as have in-person events, the goal is to host fundraisers based on the SSF’s Awareness Campaigns, and to non-profit organizations, by selling the prepared food).
Seneca Environmental Association
A club dedicated to bringing Seneca students from environmental programs together who are passionate about learning and educating others on environmental topics/issues. It also serves as a platform for networking with industry professionals. We host a variety of events to get students engaged and involved, our focus being on hosting a National Engineering Month event every March, to compete with other institutions across the province!Please feel free to email us or reach out on our social media platforms if you have any questions about joining this club!Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Play and meet with Seneca Students across all campuses. We play League of Legends, Valorant, Smash Brothers and more!!!
Seneca Japanese Association
We are here to introduce Japanese culture to you guys. Last year, we did several events, like Spring Festival, teaching Japanese, and language exchange(Japanese and English). Also, our other important mission is supporting Japanese students. We hold orientation in Japanese and meetup for Japanese students. In the events, they can shear their information and create a new connection.
Seneca Meditation Club
Use mediation as a tool to aid anxiety , fear and stress. Practice meditating and breath your worries away. Please use this link to join our Whatsapp group. https://chat.whatsapp.com/JAIy8LoFveYE0cO9XbzlvQ
Seneca Student Federation
Seneca Student Federation is your student voice. This club will keep you updated with events, PD opportunities, and service updates. Join to stay informed on what is happening at Seneca.
Speak to Lead
Do you know that people still avoid standing in front of others and limit themselves from growing? Public speaking not only helps you to engage a large audience but also helps you to build and develop a healthy dose of confidence. Public speaking has always been an insightful medium through which entrepreneurs and business leaders alike make their mark in the economic and business space. In this club, we will help you master your oratory skills and teach you how to clearly and carefully articulate your thoughts to a vast audience.
The SSW Club is a student led club for all Social Service Worker students. We have a weekly online drop-in on Fridays from 3:30-5:30. Our drop-in is an all inclusive safe space. We offer peer support, a space to socialize and we hold special events. Join us to connect with other students in the Social Service Worker program. Students from all campuses welcome.
Seneca’s West Indian & African Association Club
Vietnamese Association at Seneca College - VAS
Vietnamese Association at Seneca (VAS) is a club that creates cultural, educational and entertaining events to unite Vietnamese students and help them more adaptable and comfortable while they are studying at Seneca college.For cultural events, we hope new students will feel closer to Canada’s culture and so on Seneca College. Furthermore, our members can also express themselves as a part of Vietnamese culture, proudly and confidently.Participating in educational events, we provide workshops in the native language to boost their study skills as well as helping them more efficient in learning for exams and assignments. Besides that, we intend to settle more private self-studying and gather members to meet, exchange knowledge and study together.To operate entertaining and exciting time, we hope Vietnamese students at Seneca will enjoy their college life, not only for studying but also gaining more memorable time with new friends in fun activities such as exploring the city, camping, trying out different cultural cuisines, learning to play new sport games, bubble tea-ing etc…By creating VAS together, we are aiming to make years and years for Vietnamese students successful and joyful while they are experiencing education in Seneca college.Sincerely,VAS Executive. Please join our LinkedIn page here. https://www.linkedin.com/company/vas-seneca
Wo(man) in business leadership
As a woman leader, you face a variety of unique challenges that require practical strategies to navigate. In this club, you will learn different approaches for effectively handling common obstacles, how to strengthen your emotional intelligence and develop the skills necessary to stand out as a leader among both men and women. Our goal for this club is to encourage women at Seneca to take roles in leadership. We will try to approach companies to hire women for their leadership roles.