Fall 2011 Orientation

From the President Did You Know? Welcome to Seneca College’s King Campus. We’re delighted that you’ve joined us for Orientation. //  Locker rentals...
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From the President Did You Know?

Welcome to Seneca College’s King Campus. We’re delighted that you’ve joined us for Orientation.

//  Locker rentals will be conducted online using a lottery system. The rental fee for a full locker is $20 for one semester (Fall), and $32 for two semesters (Fall/Winter). The rental fee for a half (1/2) locker is $15 for one semester (Fall) and $27 for two semesters (Fall/Winter). For further information on locker rentals, including lottery dates, please contact the Student Services office in the front lobby. //  Parking passes are available online at:   senecacollege.ca/parking //  GO Transit Student Discount Passes are available. Apply online through My.Seneca. //  As a full-time student you have a Health & Dental Plan. You can opt-out of parts of the plan. You can also opt family members into the health plan. The opt-out/opt-in deadline is October 7. //  You can get a free student handbook/agenda from   Student Services. //  You can get involved by joining or starting a club, or participating in Student Council or the Athletics Council. //  You can obtain a campus map from Student Services in the front lobby. //  There is a place for quiet reflection and prayer that is open to all students on campus in Room GH1155. Visit us at Student Services in the front lobby for more information.

Today is all about helping you make the most of your college experience. You’ll be introduced to a wide range of campus resources that provide you with support and assistance to help you succeed at Seneca College. We’ll also be letting you know about the many ways you can get involved in college life, from athletics to student government to clubs. Paul Cadoo ([email protected]) is the Student Life Coordinator at King and he can give you more information. I encourage you to visit our First Year Experience website senecacollege.ca/student/first-experience to explore all that we offer and learn some helpful hints for a successful year. If there is anything we can help you with please do not hesitate to contact us.

King Campus

Sincerely,

Fall 2011 Orientation

David Agnew

Tuesday, august 30

Congratulations on making a great choice in coming to Seneca. King is a terrific campus, and I know your time with us will be rewarding and fun. I hope to see you soon.

10 am

YOUR MY.SENECA WORKSHOP — Drop in Computer Lab Room GH1180

KICK-OFF Gymnasium Start your day off right with fellow students, student leaders and College administrators. Learn what you need to know to get a successful start on your new college career.

11 am ACADEMIC INFORMATION SESSION Program

Find out about your My.Seneca account, what it is used for, how to activate your account and how to log in. You will also learn how to customize your own My.Seneca portal, the basics of operation, how to change your password, and have some frequently asked questions answered. Sessions are 45 minutes in length and run throughout   the afternoon.

1:30 pm Room Number

MATURE STUDENT ORIENTATION Room GH2140

Child & Youth Worker

GH1140/1150

Social Service Worker

POD C

Social Service Worker — Immigrants & Refugees

POD C

Join other mature students for an orientation specific to you. Information will be available to help with a smooth transition into college life. All Seneca students 21 years and up are welcome.

Social Service Worker — Gerontology

POD C

School of Community Services

School of Early Childhood Education

1 – 2 pm

Bachelor of Child Development

GH2150

TAKE CARE OF COLLEGE BUSINESS

Early Childhood Education

GYM

If there’s anything left to take care of before classes start, now’s the time to do it. Obtain your OneCard (student ID), purchase books, visit service areas and more.

School of Public Safety 911 & Emergency Services Communication

GH1100

Advanced Investigations & Enforcement Graduate Certificate

GH2140

11:30 am – 1:30 pm SENECA VILLAGE Front Courtyard Come out and enjoy a free bbq, live entertainment, games and music. This is also your chance to visit different Seneca departments and service areas in one stop, including Financial Aid, SMILE Mentoring, Student Services, Seneca Student Federation, Athletics & Recreation and many more. CAMPUS TOURS Leaving from the Seneca Village Feeling lost? Take a guided tour of the campus with one of our Orientation Leaders. See all that Seneca has to offer and find out about all of the services that are right here on campus. The last tour leaves at 1:30 pm.

Varsity Tryouts All interested students are welcome to demonstrate their skills and tryout for our varsity teams.

Don’t forget to check out: Exhibition Men’s and Women’s Varsity Soccer matches   Seneca vs. Ryerson University. Come out and watch a ‘Seneca Spirit Rally’ with students from the Newnham Residence. Newnham Soccer Field, Building G, Sports Centre  September 1 @ 6 pm For more information visit SenecaSting.ca or   ‘like’ facebook.com/SenecaSting

Safety and Security at Seneca Seneca College is committed to providing a safe, secure learning and working environment for its students and employees. Security officers are present on a 24-hour basis at our King, Markham, Newnham and [email protected] campuses. Security officers respond to safety and security threats, first aid, manage access control and provide general information. Seneca has escort and other security programs for students and employees at its major campuses. //  Campus Escorts: Campus Security will accompany students/ employees who request an escort to their vehicles. //  Emergency Help Phones: Dedicated phones are available at various locations at major campuses and in some parking lots, allowing direct communication with Campus Security.

Men’s Soccer Tryouts Newnham  August 30 @ 4 pm / August 31 @ 4 pm

Seneca ensures that information on what to do in an emergency situation and fire procedures are available to all members of the Seneca community either online or in printed form.

Women’s Soccer Tryouts Newnham  August 30 @ 2 pm / August 31 @ 2 pm

For more information about security at Seneca:   [email protected] or 416.491.5050 x2565.

Men’s Rugby Tryouts Newnham  September 2 @ 1 pm Women’s Fastball Tryouts Newnham  August 31 @ 2 pm

Sponsored by: Seneca Student Federation / Parking Services / Athletics & Recreation / Student Services

From the President Did You Know?

Welcome to Seneca College’s King Campus. We’re delighted that you’ve joined us for Orientation.

//  Locker rentals will be conducted online using a lottery system. The rental fee for a full locker is $20 for one semester (Fall), and $32 for two semesters (Fall/Winter). The rental fee for a half (1/2) locker is $15 for one semester (Fall) and $27 for two semesters (Fall/Winter). For further information on locker rentals, including lottery dates, please contact the Student Services office in the front lobby. //  Parking passes are available online at:   senecacollege.ca/parking //  GO Transit Student Discount Passes are available. Apply online through My.Seneca. //  As a full-time student you have a Health & Dental Plan. You can opt-out of parts of the plan. You can also opt family members into the health plan. The opt-out/opt-in deadline is October 7. //  You can get a free student handbook/agenda from   Student Services. //  You can get involved by joining or starting a club, or participating in Student Council or the Athletics Council. //  You can obtain a campus map from Student Services in the front lobby. //  There is a place for quiet reflection and prayer that is open to all students on campus in Room GH1155. Visit us at Student Services in the front lobby for more information.

Today is all about helping you make the most of your college experience. You’ll be introduced to a wide range of campus resources that provide you with support and assistance to help you succeed at Seneca College. We’ll also be letting you know about the many ways you can get involved in college life, from athletics to student government to clubs. Paul Cadoo ([email protected]) is the Student Life Coordinator at King and he can give you more information. I encourage you to visit our First Year Experience website senecacollege.ca/student/first-experience to explore all that we offer and learn some helpful hints for a successful year. If there is anything we can help you with please do not hesitate to contact us.

King Campus

Sincerely,

Fall 2011 Orientation

David Agnew

Wednesday, August 31

Congratulations on making a great choice in coming to Seneca. King is a terrific campus, and I know your time with us will be rewarding and fun. I hope to see you soon.

10 am

YOUR MY.SENECA WORKSHOP — Drop in Computer Lab Room GH1180

KICK-OFF Gymnasium Start your day off right with fellow students, student leaders and College administrators. Learn what you need to know to get a successful start on your new college career.

11 am

1:30 pm

ACADEMIC INFORMATION SESSION Program

Room Number

MATURE STUDENT ORIENTATION Room GH2140

GH2150

Join other mature students for an orientation specific to you. Information will be available to help with a smooth transition into college life. All Seneca students 21 years and up are welcome.

School of Community Services Bachelor of Therapeutic Recreation School of English & Liberal Studies General Arts

GH1097

1 – 2 pm

School of Health Sciences Veterinary Technician

POD C

School of Public Safety Police Foundations

Find out about your My.Seneca Account, what it is used for, how to activate your account and how to log in. You will also learn how to customize your own My.Seneca portal, the basics of operation, how to change your password, and have some frequently asked questions answered. Sessions are 45 minutes in length and run throughout   the afternoon.

GYM

School of Recreation Environmental Landscape Management

GH1123

Recreation & Leisure Services

GH1107

11:30 am – 1:30 pm SENECA VILLAGE Front Courtyard Come out and enjoy a free bbq, live entertainment, games and music. This is also your chance to visit different Seneca departments and service areas in one stop, including Financial Aid, SMILE Mentoring, Student Services, Seneca Student Federation, Athletics & Recreation and many more. CAMPUS TOURS Leaving from the Seneca Village

TAKE CARE OF COLLEGE BUSINESS If there’s anything left to take care of before classes start, now’s the time to do it. Obtain your OneCard (student ID), purchase books, visit service areas and more.

Varsity Tryouts All interested students are welcome to demonstrate their skills and tryout for our varsity teams.

Don’t forget to check out: Exhibition Men’s and Women’s Varsity Soccer matches   Seneca vs. Ryerson University. Come out and watch a ‘Seneca Spirit Rally’ with students from the Newnham Residence. Newnham Soccer Field, Building G, Sports Centre  September 1 @ 6 pm For more information visit SenecaSting.ca or   ‘like’ facebook.com/SenecaSting

Safety and Security at Seneca Seneca College is committed to providing a safe, secure learning and working environment for its students and employees. Security officers are present on a 24-hour basis at our King, Markham, Newnham and [email protected] campuses. Security officers respond to safety and security threats, first aid, manage access control and provide general information. Seneca has escort and other security programs for students and employees at its major campuses. //  Campus Escorts: Campus Security will accompany students/ employees who request an escort to their vehicles. //  Emergency Help Phones: Dedicated phones are available at various locations at major campuses and in some parking lots, allowing direct communication with Campus Security.

Men’s Soccer Tryouts Newnham  August 31 @ 4 pm

Seneca ensures that information on what to do in an emergency situation and fire procedures are available to all members of the Seneca community either online or in printed form.

Women’s Soccer Tryouts Newnham  August 31 @ 2 pm

For more information about security at Seneca:   [email protected] or 416.491.5050 x2565.

Men’s Rugby Tryouts Newnham  September 2 @ 1 pm Women’s Fastball Tryouts Newnham  August 31 @ 2 pm

Feeling lost? Take a guided tour of the campus with one of our Orientation Leaders. See all that Seneca has to offer and find out about all of the services that are right here on campus. The last tour leaves at 1:30 pm. Sponsored by: Seneca Student Federation / Parking Services / Athletics & Recreation / Student Services

From the President Did You Know?

Welcome to Seneca College’s King Campus. We’re delighted that you’ve joined us for Orientation.

//  Locker rentals will be conducted online using a lottery system. The rental fee for a full locker is $20 for one semester (Fall), and $32 for two semesters (Fall/Winter). The rental fee for a half (1/2) locker is $15 for one semester (Fall) and $27 for two semesters (Fall/Winter). For further information on locker rentals, including lottery dates, please contact the Student Services office in the front lobby. //  Parking passes are available online at:   senecacollege.ca/parking //  GO Transit Student Discount Passes are available. Apply online through My.Seneca. //  As a full-time student you have a Health & Dental Plan. You can opt-out of parts of the plan. You can also opt family members into the health plan. The opt-out/opt-in deadline is October 7. //  You can get a free student handbook/agenda from   Student Services. //  You can get involved by joining or starting a club, or participating in Student Council or the Athletics Council. //  You can obtain a campus map from Student Services in the front lobby. //  There is a place for quiet reflection and prayer that is open to all students on campus in Room GH1155. Visit us at Student Services in the front lobby for more information.

Today is all about helping you make the most of your college experience. You’ll be introduced to a wide range of campus resources that provide you with support and assistance to help you succeed at Seneca College. We’ll also be letting you know about the many ways you can get involved in college life, from athletics to student government to clubs. Paul Cadoo ([email protected]) is the Student Life Coordinator at King and he can give you more information. I encourage you to visit our First Year Experience website senecacollege.ca/student/first-experience to explore all that we offer and learn some helpful hints for a successful year. If there is anything we can help you with please do not hesitate to contact us.

King Campus

Sincerely,

Fall 2011 Orientation

David Agnew

Thursday, September 1

Congratulations on making a great choice in coming to Seneca. King is a terrific campus, and I know your time with us will be rewarding and fun. I hope to see you soon.

10 am

YOUR MY.SENECA WORKSHOP — Drop In Computer Lab Room GH1180

KICK-OFF Gymnasium Start your day off right with fellow students, student leaders and College administrators. Learn what you need to know to get a successful start on your new college career.

Find out about your My.Seneca Account, what it is used for, how to activate your account and how to log in. You will also learn how to customize your own My.Seneca portal, the basics of operation, how to change your password, and have some frequently asked questions answered. Sessions are 45 minutes in length and run throughout the afternoon.

11 am

1:30 pm

ACADEMIC INFORMATION SESSION

MATURE STUDENT ORIENTATION Room GH2140

Program

Room Number

School of Health Sciences Nursing BSCN

GYM

Pre-Health Science

GH1140/1150

Practical Nursing

POD C

11:30 am – 1:30 pm SENECA VILLAGE Front Courtyard Come out and enjoy a free bbq, live entertainment, games and music. This is also your chance to visit different Seneca departments and service areas in one stop, including Financial Aid, SMILE Mentoring, Student Services, Seneca Student Federation, Athletics & Recreation and many more. CAMPUS TOURS Leaving from the Seneca Village Feeling lost? Take a guided tour of the campus with one of our Orientation Leaders. See all that Seneca has to offer and find out about all of the services that are right here on campus. The last tour leaves at 1:30 pm.

Join other mature students for an orientation specific to you. Information will be available to help with a smooth transition into college life. All Seneca students 21 years and up are welcome.

1 – 2 pm TAKE CARE OF COLLEGE BUSINESS If there’s anything left to take care of before classes start, now’s the time to do it. Obtain your OneCard (student ID), purchase books, visit service areas and more.

Varsity Tryouts All interested students are welcome to demonstrate their skills and tryout for our varsity teams. Men’s Rugby Tryouts Newnham  September 2 @ 1 pm

Don’t forget to check out: Exhibition Men’s and Women’s Varsity Soccer matches   Seneca vs. Ryerson University. Come out and watch a ‘Seneca Spirit Rally’ with students from the Newnham Residence. Newnham Soccer Field, Building G, Sports Centre  September 1 @ 6 pm For more information visit SenecaSting.ca or   ‘like’ facebook.com/SenecaSting

Safety and Security at Seneca Seneca College is committed to providing a safe, secure learning and working environment for its students and employees. Security officers are present on a 24-hour basis at our King, Markham, Newnham and [email protected] campuses. Security officers respond to safety and security threats, first aid, manage access control and provide general information. Seneca has escort and other security programs for students and employees at its major campuses. //  Campus Escorts: Campus Security will accompany students/ employees who request an escort to their vehicles. //  Emergency Help Phones: Dedicated phones are available at various locations at major campuses and in some parking lots, allowing direct communication with Campus Security. Seneca ensures that information on what to do in an emergency situation and fire procedures are available to all members of the Seneca community either online or in printed form. For more information about security at Seneca:   [email protected] or 416.491.5050 x2565.

Sponsored by: Seneca Student Federation / Parking Services / Athletics & Recreation / Student Services