Save the date! Sheridan's Open House is Saturday, November 19. Come see what our Creative Campus is all about.
Our degrees attract a different type of thinker.
Build your creative future with our Honours Bachelor of Photography program.
Five new business degrees:Designed to respond to a rapidly changing world.
Honours Bachelor of Craft and Design:Studio specializations in ceramics, furniture, glass, industrial design and textiles.
Sheridan Reads returns this fall for a community-wide reading experience based on Thomas King's best-selling book "The Inconvenient Indian: A Curious Account of Native People in North America."Join us at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 9 in Macdonald-Heaslip Hall (Trafalgar Road Campus) for an evening of conversation and creativity with the author, including a Q&A and book signing. This event is part of the Creative Campus Series sponsored by TD Bank Group.
At Sheridan you'll learn to apply knowledge creatively and build a successful future. But don't take our word for it – discover the Sheridan experience for yourself.
Sabrina Smelko, Bachelor of Illustration, 2012“Exploring my creative side and diving into conceptual process at Sheridan opened up my eyes to a whole other world”.
Julie Chan, Office Administration – Legal, 2004“I feel like I make a difference in people’s lives. It’s not just paper pushing."
Eric Angelillo, Bachelor of Animation, 2010“The game industry grows at such an alarming rate that you need to constantly be on your toes."
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Sheridan alumna and Professor Tracy German and a small film crew explored areas of Canada to showcase stories of North America's original peoples in Wild Archeology - a new documentary series on APTN.
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The best way for you to experience the beauty of our campus, the intellectual intensity in our classrooms and the warmth of our highly social atmosphere is to come see Sheridan for yourself.
In winter 2015, a collaborative project called Food For Thought brought together students from the Bachelor of Craft and Design's five studios (ceramics, furniture, glass, industrial design, and textiles) and challenged them to conceptualize, refine, realize and present a project addressing food issues. The event was supported by lectures addressing contemporary food issues and a series of technical and experimental workshops. Cooking with Glass was one such workshop offering plenty of Food for Thought.
JWing Elevator, Trafalgar – IN SERVICE more