Senece College of Applied Arts & Technology

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Subject: Senece College of Applied Arts & Technology
The mission of Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology is to contribute to Canadian society by being a transformational leader in providing students with career-related education and training.

Seneca will achieve national status through the quality of its faculty, staff and programs, as well as through the success of its alumni and students. The development of innovative projects, Centres of Excellence and the pursuit of applied research will allow Seneca to address issues of national interest. Recognition of its programs, academic linkages, expanded learning/accreditation opportunities, showcasing achievements, and its pan-Canadian partnerships will contribute to Seneca??s national profile and appeal.

[01-01-2007,04:59]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Senece College of Applied Arts & Technology)
Did you graduated from York? Is this your job now? Advertising for Seneca? On a shit forum?
[01-01-2007,06:37]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Senece College of Applied Arts & Technology)
The OP is the same writer who posts about UOIT.

S/he´s either a viral marketeer or fattening up their portfolio. Not such a bad idea if you want to work in advertising.

Me, personally, I couldn´t do it, I´ve got a soul.

[01-01-2007,08:26]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Senece College of Applied Arts & Technology)
No College will ever be good. Seneca College should just stop trying, honestly, who are you going to convince. You are a shit College that will only draw in dumb ass students.
[01-01-2007,12:21]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Senece College of Applied Arts & Technology)
^ this guy´s a fucking idiot.

don´t make shit up and talk out of your ass. If you believe Seneca suck shit, why don´t you pull out some empirical evidences?

[01-01-2007,16:39]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Senece College of Applied Arts & Technology)
Display of Success
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Noted Alumni

Vivienne Poy - fashion designer and Canadian Senator
Beverly Thomson - host of Canada AM
Alvin Curling - Canadian diplomat and former Liberal MPP
Chuck (Spider) Jones - wrestler
Mark Penney - film director
Roger Petersen - broadcaster
Jully Black - Singer / Songwriter
Maryam Behmard - television producer

[01-01-2007,17:31]
Anonymous



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