Sheridan College is one of Canada’s leading postsecondary institutions, serving over 23,000 full time students at four campuses in the western Greater Toronto Area. We offer over 120 diploma, certificate, and bachelor degree programs in the fields of arts, business, community service, health, technology and the skilled trades. Sheridan’s faculty, staff, programs, students have garnered many national and provincial awards of excellence, while our alumni include a long list of nominees and winners of Academy Awards, Emmy Awards, Canadian Screen Awards and Annie Awards. Our vision is to become Ontario’s first undergraduate teaching university – one that is dedicated to experiential, professional education.
- Founded in 1973, Sheridan’s Athletic Therapy program (now Honours Bachelor of Athletic Therapy) certified by the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association was the first program of its kind in Canada.
- Sheridan students have received the Canadian Association for Co-operative Education (CAFCE) Co-op Student of the Year honours for four consecutive years (2012-2015).
- Sheridan has the longest-standing partnership with a university through its Bachelor of Art and Art History program jointly offered by the University of Toronto Mississauga since 1971.
- Sheridan’s alumni include Emmy, Golden Globe, Annie and Academy Award-winning talent.
- Come from Away, a Tony Award-winning musical workshopped at Sheridan’s Canadian Music Theatre Project with Honours
- Bachelor of Music Theatre Performance students, is the fifth Canadian musical to go to Broadway.
Our programs include:
- Honours Bachelor of Interaction Design
- Honours Bachelor of Applied Information Sciences (Information Systems Security)
- Honours Bachelor of Craft and Design – Industrial Design
- Music Applied to Stage, Screen and Interactive Visual Environments (MASSIVE)
- Honours Bachelor of Health Sciences – Kinesiology and Health Promotion
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Foster Student Success
One of Canada’s pre-eminent contemporary artists, Kent Monkman is renowned for his paintings, films, installations and performances which recast historical depictions of First Nations people in witty, provocative ways. Of Cree descent, he is an important voice highlighting the darker aspects of colonialism.
With many successes under her belt, Shauna is the embodiment of what many Sheridan students embrace. Involvement, hard work, engagement, self-betterment and success. Shauna, a recipient of the CAFCE National Co-op Student of the year award, Sheridan’s Valedictorian representing the Faculty of Applied Science and Technology, a Student Representative and Career Centre Peer Mentor, Capstone team member in the development of a tool to support and motivate individuals on the Autism Spectrum (Motify), and co-collaborator in creating an app to track health data (Health Espresso) already has an impressive list of accomplishments and successes.
Through hard work, perseverance and dedication to her craft, Shylanda Saunders has become one of the greatest players in Ontario women’s college basketball history and is a student in Sheridan’s Child and Youth Worker program in the Faculty of Applied Health & Community Studies. Over her four years at Sheridan Saunders has accomplished what few have. She is only the sixth female player in OCAA basketball history to reach the 1,000-point plateau and achieved this all while keeping a 4.0 grade average in school. By all accounts she has earned the label of a “road scholar.” Learn more.
Support Indigenous Students
Sheridan supports its Indigenous Learners through the Centre for Indigenous Learning and Support. The Centre offers a culturally safe environment for students who are First Nations, Metis, and Inuit learners. The Indigenous office supports the academic and personal success of all Indigenous students regardless of status. The goal of the office is to see that all personal identities of our Indigenous learners are maintained within the institution by providing appropriate cultural activities in partnership with our elder.
The Indigenous office is committed to ensuring Sheridan is on the pathway to reconciliation; education will be the key to ensuring that Indigenous learners will achieve their highest potential. The Indigenous office will engage and consult the community to develop appropriate curriculum that will bring better awareness to the broader Sheridan community. The Indigenous office also initiated a self-identification campaign to find our Indigenous students and to connect them with the appropriate services.
Programs & Services of Interest
Date modified: 2017-06-15