Sheridan College is a top diploma and degree-granting college in Ontario, Canada. Sheridan was founded in 1967 and was the first undergraduate college to provide a creative campus, which is aimed to promote students' inventive and creative talents via creative cooperation across faculties, practical and immersive learning, and other trademarks. The institution has 120 programs spread over five faculties, including 26-degree programs.
Sheridan provides over 500 continuing and professional education programs. Students can select from various programs, including certificates, diplomas, advanced diplomas, and bachelor's degrees, and join a network of instructors with industry knowledge. Sheridan College's most prominent programs are animation, game design, and community studies.
8,000 international students from 110 countries are represented at the College, with 22,500 students in total enrolled. Faculties at Sheridan include:
Orientation at Sheridan College is intended to help students adjust to the College and prepare them for life here. Transition Well is designed to assist students with learning about Sheridan, meeting fellow students, learning more about their program, and completing essential stages to begin the Sheridan experience.
In addition, the College offers student support services with exceptional guidance for international students to solve their doubts and queries.
Sheridan College residences have contemporary amenities and fully furnished units with a shared kitchen and laundry services. The cost of on-campus housing for eight months is around 7,500 CAD. International students interested in on-campus accommodation must fill out an online application and pay a refundable CAD 350 deposit through a credit card.
If students choose to live off-campus, they may use Sheridan's services to find out everything they need to know about homestays and rental housing.
Sheridan College has three campuses. Davis Campus in Brampton, Hazel McCallion Campus in Mississauga, and Trafalgar Road Campus in Oakville.
Davis is the largest campus. The applied health, community services, engineering, and technology programs are housed in one dynamic, multicultural centre. The Pilon School of Business is located on the Hazel McCallion Campus (HMC). This LEED gold-certified campus is in the centre of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada's sixth-largest city. Trafalgar Campus, situated in the lakefront town of Oakville, is host to the Faculty of Animation, Arts, and Design and a variety of programs in science and technology, health, and community studies.