The Liberal Arts / Arts & Science to U of T Scarborough Pathway is designed to help qualified Seneca College students interested in pursuing studies at U of T transition smoothly from diploma to degree, earning both in as little as four years.
Through the Pathway program, students enrolled in the Liberal Arts or Arts & Science University Transfer program at Seneca College may take courses at U of T Scarborough as a visiting student. Upon successful completion of the diploma, Pathway students may begin full-time studies at the University and will receive up to 6.0 transfer credits from Seneca College plus a minimum of 0.5 credits from U of T Scarborough towards a degree in one of the following program areas:
- Social Science & Humanities
- Psychological& Health Sciences
- Visual & Performing Arts, Arts Management and Media
- Life Sciences (ASU)
- Physical & Environmental Sciences (ASU)
Benefits of the Transfer Pathway
- Diploma plus degree earned
- Eligible for up to 6.5 full credits towards a U of T degree
- Satisfies U of T Scarborough admission requirements
- Smooth entry from college to university
- Two enriching post-secondary experiences
Admission Criteria for U of T Scarborough
- Successful completion of the 2 year (4 semester) Liberal Arts diploma program or Arts & Science diploma program at Seneca College
- Minimum program GPA of 3.0 from Seneca College
- Completion of prerequisite courses
- Recommendation from Seneca College to transfer to U of T Scarborough
- Completion of at least 1 course (0.5 credit) at U of T Scarborough with a minimum CGPA of 1.7 (60%)
How To Apply
Are you in the Liberal Arts Transfer or Arts & Science University Transfer program?
- Speak to your program coordinator at your college to determine your eligibility.
- Email the Pathways staff at U of T Scarborough for more information.
Are you a new student considering entry into U of T Scarborough through a college program?
- Contact the appropriate program coordinator at Seneca (see below).
The Pathway at a Glance
Seneca College Contact
Denise Wales, PhD
University of Toronto Scarborough Contact
Jenny Hickman, MA
University of Toronto Scarborough