In recognition of National Day of Truth and Reconciliation, Seneca Dining Services has partnered with the Indigenous Culinary of Associated Nations (ICAN) to bring you a variety of Indigenous inspired menu items from Sept 26th-30th 2022. Our very own, Chef Nancy has collaborated with Chef Joseph Shawana, board member at ICAN to bring the Seneca community “Indigenous hybrids of traditional recipes, brought into the 21st century.”
In a number of Indigenous communities, corn, squash and bean are called the "Three Sisters." When planted side by side, these three crops help each other during growth, resulting in better yields at harvest. Our menu items are all rooted in the legend of the “Three Sisters”, utilizing corn, bean and squash in the majority of our menu items featured.
100% of the profit made on these featured Indigenous menu items will be donated to the Candy Palmater Memorial Award Scholarship. Candy was a life-long advocate for women, Indigenous people and the 2SLGBTQ+ community and a friend of Seneca. By purchasing and Indigenous menu item, you are supporting your fellow Indigenous students and community.
Look for the logo! All menu items featured in this program have been identified with the ICAN logo! Look for it in your local cafeteria!
Seneca Dining Services has also partnered up with Spirit Bear Coffee Company in an effort to support Indigenous owned businesses. From Sept 26-30th at Newnham Campus Café station located in the Cafeteria of D Building, you can enjoy Spirit Bear Coffee. 100% of the profit of every cup of coffee sold at this station this week will go towards the Candy Palmater Award. Spirit Bear coffee is 100% Organic, Fairtrade, certified Halal, and 100% delicious! Don’t miss your chance to support a great cause while fuel up for the day!
For more information, follow us on social media, as we announce new menu items each day! Got a question? Send us a direct message on any of our social media accounts!
Mobile, online, and kiosk ordering is now available at Seneca Dining Services! Introducing Seneca EATS, our new mobile, and online ordering platform. Seneca EATS is the quickest and most convenient way to eat at Seneca. Pre-order and customize your order meal on the go!
Skip the line by ordering online at orders.senecadining.ca. Online and mobile orders are available at Seneca Newnham, Seneca @ York, & Seneca King campuses.
To improve the speed of service, we are also launching kiosk ordering systems at the Seneca Newnhan campus. Accepted payments for online, mobile, and kiosk orders can be made through credit, OneCard funds, and Meal Plan funds.
IMPORTANT: To use your Onecard or meal plan dollars, be sure to register with your Seneca email and include your Onecard information on the payment page.
Seneca Dining Services is proud to deliver diverse dining options from vegetarian, halal, vegan and gluten-free menus to satisfy your palette. We offer simple, fresh and healthy cuisine that conveniently accommodates to your daily schedule and needs. You can enjoy different meals in more than 30 locations, alongside Starbucks, Tim Hortons and Subway.
Seneca Dining Services is pleased to present a variety of Campus Meal Plans that offer you the ease and convenience of purchasing your meals on campus. From casual to frequent diners, we offer value and savings that will satisfy your on-campus dining preferences. Note that meal plans will become available for sale in September 2022.
Seneca fights food insecurity with The Seneca Soup Program! We believe that everyone deserves a fresh, healthy meal. The Seneca soup program helps to ensure that all students who are in need and are enrolled in either a full- or part-time program, have access to a healthy meal on campus — free soup made fresh daily. Halal, vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options will be offered daily. Students are required to sign up for the program but there is no cost to participate. For more information on how to sign up, visit the OneCard website for more details!
Who may access the Seneca Soup Program?
The Seneca Soup Program is available to all full- or part-time students.
How do I sign up for the Seneca Soup Program?
1. Visit the OneCard account login page.
2. Select “Employees\Students” and log in with your Seneca credentials
3. Select “Meal Plan”
4. Find ”Seneca Soup Program” and select the “Pay with OneCard” button. Your card will not be charged.
5. Visit a campus cafeteria at any time during regular hours of operations, order your soup and present your Seneca OneCard at the cash register.
How do I order soup from the Seneca Soup Program?
Visit a Seneca cafeteria located at the King, Markham, Newnham, and Seneca@York campuses during regular hours of operation. Order your soup. Present your Seneca OneCard to the cashier.
How often may I access the Seneca Soup Program?
Students may order one bowl of soup at a time and can visit a Seneca cafeteria anytime during regular hours of operation.
Do I need to disclose that I am enrolled in the Seneca Soup Program when I order soup at a Seneca cafeteria?
Students do not need to mention the Seneca Soup Program to the cashier. Students may present their Seneca OneCard and the soup order will be processed at no cost to the student.
Looking or a place to eat on campus? Use our Seneca Navigation App to locate food options on campus. Available in on Google Play and the App Store.
Effective Sept 12th
Cashless payment (credit, debit or OneCard) are only. accepted at this time.
All of Seneca's services are accepting at least one form of cashless payment, which includes OneCard, debit card and/or credit card. Note: Payment methods may vary by service area and are subject to change.
The OneCard is your official Seneca identification card.
Use it for Meal Plans, purchases on campus, parking plans, photocopying, printing and at Seneca libraries. Get one today.
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