You have lots of questions. Don’t worry, that’s totally expected. This is a big moment in your life and a big investment. We are here to help. We have answers and can guide you along your way and help navigate your next steps. Check out our FAQs below and see if we can help.
Class location, whether online or on campus, can be found on your schedule. Classes with an indication under “Room#” of online or remote mean the course is offered online and you do not have to come to campus for it. Classes with an indication under “Room#” that say MAINXXX or SenecaXXX or TTIXXX mean they are in-person and at one of the campuses indicated. This means you do have to come in-person to class.
Remote/online classes with a specific day and start and end time mean you do have to login in and be present for the specified time, i.e. 8am-9am = logon at 8am for online/remote class. These are sometimes called “synchronous”.
Remote/online classes without a specific day and start and end time mean you will be assigned work on a weekly basis with deadlines where applicable but you do not have to ‘attend virtually’ on a specific day/time. These are sometimes called “asynchronous”
New students are assigned advisors based on their last names. Student may also contact the Office Administrative Assistant, Abby Sullivan, for assistance at [email protected] or 716.827.2577:
Student Service Advisor (A-F)
[email protected] | 716.827.2528
Archangela (Congie) Kervin
Student Service Advisor (G-M)
[email protected] | 716.827.2430
Margaret (Peg) Babcock
Student Service Advisor (N-Z)
[email protected] | 716.827.2547
College IDs can be obtained by stopping by the security desk located next to the book store in the front lobby of the Main campus.
Book lists for classes are available at the Trocaire Barnes and Noble bookstore on-campus or online.
Students are able to buy or rent textbooks. To avoid lines, consider coming to campus before classes start to obtain your books.
Uniforms can be purchased at the Trocaire Barnes and Noble Bookstore on campus. Each program varies with regards to when students must wear their uniforms. In general students must wear their uniforms when the go to clinicals as well as simulation days. Students should consult each programs handbook for detailed information.
Some academic programs have additional orientations at the start of each semester that is a requirement for new students and attendance is taken. More information on program orientations can be viewed on-line.