Attention All Academic Upgrading Students, re: tutoring

June 7, 2017

Hello All Academic Upgrading Students

I regret to inform you that tutoring for LBS or Academic Upgrading students will no longer be provided by Seneca at King, Newnham or Seneca @ York.

Kevin is available Friday’s for additional Math support – If you require math help / tutoring beyond class time please see Kevin and he will arrange a time.

Thank you

Bill Giannos

Acting-Coordinator Academic Upgrading

Newmarket Computer Students – class starts 12:30 today

June 5, 2017

Hello All Newmarket Computer Students

Computer class will begin at 12:30 today – Monday June 5th.


Academic Upgrading

All Academic Upgrading Students – Sign in Sheet

April 26, 2017

Attention All Academic Upgrading Students

Beginning Monday May 1st. we will have a NEW sign in sheet for you to sign.  You will now be required to enter the time you started class and the time you finished or left the class on the time sheet.



Academic Upgrading

To Newmarket and Vaughan AU Students:

January 5, 2017




Newmarket and Vaughan Academic Upgrading Classes will resume on Monday, January 9/17.

Please see attached (links above) Newmarket and Vaughan TimeTables for your reference.

**Note: Newmarket Computer Classes will start on January 16/17.

                Vaughan Computer Classes will start on January 17/17.

Happy New Year!

Best wishes in 2017!

Elise Sheridan, Ed.D.
AU Coordinator
Academic Upgrading Program
Seneca College
of Applied Arts & Technology

16655 Yonge St.| Newmarket, ON |L3X1V6
905.898.4455 ext. 258

To all Newmarket/Vaughan AU Students:

October 6, 2016

There will be no classes on Monday October 10/16 for the Thanksgiving Holiday.
Classes will resume on Tuesday October 11/16.
Have a wonderful weekend!

Newmarket Computer Students

September 19, 2016

Newmarket Computer Students

Computer class in Newmarket ends at 2:30pm on Sept. 19th.



Attention ALL Academic Upgrading Students – Cell Phone Policy

September 8, 2016

As per the Academic Honesty Policy, Section 9.3, cell phones should not be accessible to students while they are writing a test. While completing a test in the test room, students are to leave their cell phones in a basket near the teacher. If the cell phone is visible for any reason during the test period, this would be a breach of the rules and would mean that the test is over and must be handed in immediately.
The first offence would mean a grade of zero on the test.

A second offence would mean an F in the course.

A third offence would result in the student being withdrawn from the program. –


Note: Math AU students must present proof to the Math Professor of their IEP (Individual Education Plan) or PsychEd Assessment to permit the use of a calculator for Math Test Taking.



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