Why Choose Sheridan
Welcome to Sheridan. Here you’ll find an educational experience like no other. Our programs, faculty and learning environments are designed to give you the problem-solving and critical thinking skills required to thrive in today’s workforce.
We do things differently at Sheridan.
To help navigate an increasingly complex world with confidence, we aim to equip our student with the ability to relate, innovate and evolve with resilience. Simply put – there’s nowhere else like it.
Our Davis Campus is home to our applied health, community services, engineering and technology programs, as well as three state-of-the-art learning centres for students: the Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Design Technologies, the Centre for Health Communities and the Magna Skilled Trades Centre.
Classrooms and labs
State-of-the-art learning centres
“I was extremely lucky to have the friends, teachers and clinical staff I had during my years at Sheridan. They pushed me to reach for the stars and be the best that I could be. Sheridan College remains a place where an individual can learn, grow and reach for heights never imagined.”
Scott McCullough (Sports Injury Management, ‘95) Head Athletic Therapist, Toronto Raptors
Trafalgar Road Campus
Located in the picturesque lakeside town of Oakville, our Trafalgar Road Campus is home to our Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design, as well as a number of programs in science, technology, health and community studies. Its unique blend of arts, technology and humanities students provides a thriving atmosphere.
Classrooms and labs
“My time at Sheridan taught me how to work with different types of people. Especially in storyboarding where you have to work in a team. I think it’s just a place where I found my tribe of people. I found my friends that [...] I still keep in touch with seven years later – like-minded people that care about the things I care about. We push each other constantly to try to get better.”
Domee Shi (Animation '11) Academy Award winner and Storyboard Artist, Pixar
Hazel McCallion Campus
Bright and welcoming, our Hazel McCallion Campus (HMC) is home to the Pilon School of Business. The campus is tucked right in the heart of Canada’s sixth-largest city, and is home to a 70,000-square-foot student and athletics building, the Institute for Creativity, and the EDGE entrepreneurial hub.
“Sheridan was my backyard, a part of the community, and the friends I made there are still my friends. They took me into the fold.”
Al Ramsay (Business Administration, Marketing ‘97) Associate Vice-President, TD
Sheridan has a reputation for pioneering new technologies and programs. This spirit led to the creation of our five Research and Incubation Centres, where students, industry, community, government and faculty collaborate to advance knowledge and solve problems.
Take a look inside one of Sheridan’s research centres
Comedian and podcaster Ali Hassan was recently able to experience the innovations to come from Sheridan’s Centre for Advanced Manufacturing Design Technologies (CAMDT) first-hand. Sheridan students have played an active role in much of the extraordinary work to come from CAMDT, from 3D-printed Personal Protective equipment to AI-powered virtual assistants. As Ali says: Great things happen at CAMDT.
Weekly Sheridan Webinars
Interested in applying to Sheridan? Join one of our weekly Sheridan webinars which covers a wide range of topics such as academic accommodations, funding your future, and info for international students. Select the webinar(s) that best suit you.
Centre for Indigenous Learning and Support
The Centre for Indigenous Learning and Support is an inclusive space for you to make friends and access support. It’s part of Sheridan’s commitment to support the academic and personal success of all Indigenous students: First Nations, Métis and Inuit.
Sheridan’s campuses are safe spaces where everyone can thrive. Our diverse community is home to persons whose identities intersect in many ways, including gender, race, ability, sexual orientation, culture and faith.
Sheridan denounces historical and institutionalized injustices that disproportionately impact Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC) and acknowledges that people of privilege have an obligation to disrupt and deconstruct systemic bias. We continue to take actionable steps such as required anti-oppression, anti-racism and unconscious bias training, hiring BIPOC faculty, creating bursaries for Black students and intentionally engaging racialized community members to inform our future actions and assess our efficacy.
When you are empowered by cutting-edge knowledge, applied research and career-focused learning, you are prepared for anything. At Sheridan, our difference is our commitment to building the strongest, most resilient graduates who want to lead and collaborate, and who see every complex issue as an unbridled opportunity to make a difference.