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I was wondering if anyone has ever lived in Neill Wycik on gerrard street. Does the studio room have a private bathroom or is it just bigger (the website isn't clear)? Anything else about what it's like living there would be helpful as well.
Hey guys! I recently got accepted for the Seneca BScN Jan 2019 start. I just want to ask if there’s already an fb group or something for us? I would love to meet all of you guys. Pls feel free to drop your ig or questions. Cheers!
So, i recently applied to the Seneca York collaborative nursing program for January 2019.
My Midterm average is an 82%
On eINFO it says the average should be mid to high 80's and on the Seneca nursing website it says courses with a minimum of 70% and minimum average of 80%..
Can someone please give me advice on weather or not i have a chance of being accepted to this program
so i really want to apply for Seneca's creative advertisement program, but my grade 11 average was 65%. it would be nice to get early acceptance but i'm not sure I will get accepted with that average. right now in grade 12 i have an 89% average which I think i can maintain until the end of the semester. I'm not sure if I should apply now or wait until january, but if there is a decent chance of getting accepted with my grade 11 marks I would prefer to do that. Also, lets say I apply now and get rejected, would i be able to apply again to the same program in january or february with my grade 12 marks?
theres this program i want to get into and the only requiremnt is grade 12 english. does this mean they will only look at my english mark and they wont look at my overall average from the rest pf my grade 12 classes? i tried emailing them but i was cpnfused with the answer.
I'll be starting school in fall 2018 (not what I intended in the first place) but I don't think I will be able to start at that time because of financial issues. I just wanted to see if I can start at a different semester (January 2019) so I can have some time to sort out my money issues and other problems.
Will colleges allow new students to basically take a semester off?
I'm a future college freshman going into Art Fundamentals at Seneca College in Sept 2018. Seneca has resources on how to prepare for the first day, like getting my ID card, how to get involved in student life, etc. But no one has told me what I should bring on the first day of classes.
My first day will consist of two classes: Colour Studio I and Drawing I. They're both lectures. But do I need art supplies? Will the instructors tell us what to bring on the first day?
I will definitely be bringing notebooks and writing utensils. Anyone have any advice? It would be awesome if past Art Fundamentals students saw this and answered.
Also, there is a one-hour break between my two classes. What do I do during that time? Just hang out? I'll probably walk around campus to familiarize myself, but anyone have any suggestions?
I am facing a bit of a dilemma for choosing a post secondary option
I wanted to become a doctor but I don’t like biology or science
I wanted to become a Engineer but I don’t like math
I wanted to become a computer programmer but I don’t like programming
I wanted tojoin the trades but I don’t like getting my hands dirty
I’m basically out of ideas for what to go to college for and I’ve tried everything!!!!
Anyone have any ideas of how I can make a lot of money after graduation without having to do any of the hard math or science courses or physical labour
Any suggestions would be appreciated becuase I don't want to work for minimum wage the rest of my life ad demand a high paying salary
I was thinking about applying for Mechanical Engineering at Sheridian next year, and was wondering if anyone who has took this or another engineering program found at Sheridian found employment prospects other then slinging coffee after graduation? Also what you thought of the 1) City of Oakville as a city and expense wise and 2)were the teachers and guidance councillors helpful for helping find employment in your field? 3) The beauty of the female body
Hi guys. I am just confused about choosing the college. Which one should I go for?
Seneca/York OR GB/Ryerson? More precisely I am more confused about going to York or Ryerson after two years at college. because everyone has their own opinion which makes my decision process more complicated and puts me at the crossroad. So if any help from a current student would mean a lot. Thanks.
I wanted to start my pilot career by joining the Canadian Airforce. But I also wanted to go to Rotman business school for a backup plan. Would I still receive paid education as an officer cadet? Or must I attend Seneca?
Hey guys, i recently got admitted to the york nursing program (collab with seneca) and i was wondering how long it takes for york to send home offer admission letters. I check myfile on the york website and it says that if youre admitted i should receive a letter home. "Once a decision on your application has been made, you will receive an official offer letter from York University." I am wondering how long this will take. On OUAC it says they have accepted me since feb 12.
Hello everybody! I'm approaching senior year High School and interested in applying to business/finance/accounting programs. What I have noticed here in southern Ontario, is that university cutoffs for these programs are very competitive, (85+ averages), whereas for college degree programs they are minimum 65%. Some of Seneca's programs are even CPA accredited and offer mandatory co-op. Say I want my CPA designation (which I'm looking into), my question is, what are the pros and cons of a college degree, and will opting for college degree programs be any better or worse than university degree programs in the long run?
ok so i just finished my first semester of grade 11 and mt marks were not good at all.
76% in health care
68& in english
70% in drama
and 50% in chemistry
I'm scared that these marks will affect my chances of getting into nursing, kinesiology or dental school just because of one semester of grade 11. i don't want to do early acceptance, so I'm not sure if these marks really matter. I've also heard that nursing at lakehead university is very easy to get into for nursing. can someone give me some advice.