Senca College's King Campus (13990 Dufferin St., King City, Ontario, L7B 1B3) is situated on nearly 700 acres of natural landscape, much of which is protected by the Oak Ridges Moraine Act. The lake, trails, woods and children’s camps at the Campus have been sources of enjoyment for residents of York Region for more than 40 years.
King Campus is also home to a collection of heritage buildings dating back to the 1920s. The centerpiece is the majestic, six-story Norman-style chateau, Eaton Hall, which was built under the direction of Lady Flora Eaton in 1939, complete with a ballroom, great hall, library and servant quarters. Eaton Hall is rich in Toronto history, as it became a destination for the city’s socialites, hosting countless events throughout the 40s and 50s.
King Campus is undergoing an extensive expansion which includes the recently opened Magna Hall. The new building is currently the biggest facility at the campus with a capacity of 1,450 students and houses a double gymnasium, fitness centre, climbing wall, two activity studios and much more.
These unique features have become part of King’s identity and inspire the commitment to environmental sustainability and heritage shared by faculty, staff and students.