OpenConnect for VPN
Matrix is a cluster of Linux CentOS servers. Students and Faculty can use Matrix to learn working and programming in a Linux environment.
Student VPN China
Virtual Private Network Client
Learn more about the variety of IT services available to students and employees.
Using Zoom in Blackboard to join a meeting as a student or schedule a meeting as a faculty.
Zoom is one of the simplest collaboration tools Seneca uses for online meetings and conference calls. This teaching tool can be used by faculty for online classroom sessions as needed.
Seneca College Dedicated Xerox Customer Support Center
The SurePDF driver enables staff to send a print job to Grenville, via the iPrintShop website, directly from a Windows PC.
To use iPrintshop, you must install the Seneca SurePDF printer on your PC using these instructions.
Seneca employees may submit a document to Xerox in order to purchase a finished printed product.
Many Seneca printers can be used as scanners.
Many Seneca printers can be used as photocopiers.
Logging In to Seneca Printers
Seneca students, faculty, and staff may print documents from Seneca computers (e.g., in the Computing Commons or labs).
Printing is inexpensive and convenient at Seneca College.
Information Technology Services supports several learning environments for students and employees.
Audio Visual Equipment is available for students and employees to book and borrow equipment to use instructional and presentation purposes.
From event recording and live streaming, webcasting, staging and sound re-enforcement, Seneca provides a wide array of services in the event production field.
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 and employees.