The Seneca File Transfer Service allows Seneca Employees to send and receive large files to and from other employees, students and recipients outside the Seneca network.
Using Microsoft Authenticator to log into Blackboard
Using Microsoft Authenticator to log into VPN
Microsoft Teams is a communication and collaboration platform that brings everything together in a shared workspace within Office 365.
BigBlueButton is an open-source video conferencing tool integrated with Blackboard (Learn@Seneca), see resources for instructors and students.
All students with an active Seneca email address are eligible for a Seneca licensed Zoom account. To use this account, please follow steps for configuring and signing in.
Using Microsoft Authenticator to log into Office 365
Enrolling for Student Multi-factor Authentication
Students now have the option to use Microsoft Authenticator app as two-step verification method.
Reverification of Password Reset Methods
SenecaGuest is a wireless network offered to visitors without Seneca credentials to access SenecaNet or Eduroam.
Eduroam is a free wireless service at education institutions around the world that employees and students can now access.
SenecaNet is Seneca's authenticated network for wireless network connectivity that is easy to use and available to all students.
Virtual Private Network Client
Student VPN China
The Student Virtual Private Network (VPN) is required to access some services.
Seneca's virtual private network (VPN) offers privacy by creating a private network from a public internet connection.
A Virtual Commons allows current students to connect to the desktop of a computer within the Computing Commons.
Many Seneca printers can be used as scanners.
Many Seneca printers can be used as photocopiers.
Seneca students may print documents from Seneca computers (e.g., in the Computing Commons or labs).
Learn how to log in to use Seneca printers
Printing is inexpensive and convenient at Seneca.