Supporting Student Success


From the moment you join the Sheridan learning community, you will have access to our many services and outside-the-classroom programming.

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Helping you transition to Sheridan

We offer a variety of social and academic events, programs, and services designed to help you transition well to life at Sheridan. We’ll help you get the information, resources, and connections you need to make the most of your Sheridan experience. Your time as a Sheridan Bruin will be filled with diverse and exciting opportunities – find out what inspires you, and we’ll be here to support your journey!

“I remember, as a high school student, touring Sheridan for the first time. Our tour guide was studying animation, and they completely changed my outlook on what I could accomplish in the program. They were able to give me personal advice about what they liked about the program, and their challenges. They inspired me to become a STAR (Student Admission Representative) at Sheridan, so I could help other Sheridan students.”

Jasmine Bournes (Bachelor of Animation, 3rd year)

Tutors

Tutors offer subject, course and program level support to students through appointments or drop-in sessions. They are available in-person and online, on evenings and weekends.

“Being a Resident Advisor was truly life changing for me. I was a very reserved person and taking that responsibility forced me to burst out of my bubble and be able to improve other student experiences and make a lot of friends.”

Ramzy Ganady (Electromechanical Engineering Technology ’20)

Peer Mentors

(students helping students)

Peer Mentors are senior students hired to support new students transition well to postsecondary life and connect all students to opportunities to lead, engage and volunteer at Sheridan. Peer Mentors plan activities, develop workshops, host virtual hangouts and meet students 1:1 and in small groups.

“The Library Services have been invaluable during my time at Sheridan – I’m constantly using the in-person and online supports. As an Interior Design student, the Material ConneXion Library has been especially helpful. In every class I’ve had, a staff member from the Library Services team has visited us at the beginning of the semester to let us know how we can use their services to our full potential. It’s such a personal experience, and so useful.”

Jocleyn Huot (Bachelor of Interior Design, 2nd year)

Library and Learning Services

Library and Learning Services offers research help for students and professors, via chat, email or phone. Sheridan’s libraries feature extensive resources including e-resources (e.g. full-text databases of books, newspaper and magazine articles, and online catalogues, as well as special multimedia-based information sources and streaming video) accessible through the library website.

Accessible Learning

Accessible Learning (AL) provides academic accommodations (testing, classroom, and Work Integrated Learning) for students with suspected or confirmed disabilities who face barriers to their learning based on their functional limitations.

Wellness and Counselling Services

Wellness and Counselling Services supports students’ well-being by offering a range of services including: workshops, groups and one-on-one counselling. Trained mental health professionals assist students in building solutions to their personal, emotional or interpersonal concerns that may be impacting their academic success. All services are free and confidential.

Career Services

Career Services provides career education for current students and helps support recent graduates and alumni in starting their career. We help you to explore your career options, find work and get hired, and plan your future.