Five new business degrees:Designed to respond to a rapidly changing world.
New post-grad program — create music for stage, screen games and other visual media.
A Sheridan student has been named Co-op Student of the Year for the fourth year in a row!
Continuing & Professional Studies:Prepare yourself for work you'll love.
Orientation is a fun and informative first step to your success at Sheridan. Explore Sheridan, find out more about your program and what to expect, meet your classmates and professors, learn about student support services and more. We look forward to meeting you!Note: If you're starting at Sheridan in September, your Orientation events will take place August 29 – September 2. Stay tuned for details!
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.
Advanced Television and Film, 2008 “Creators always have to keep the wheels in motion, and not just artistically.”
Media Arts, 1986“You’re never at the pinnacle — it’s a constant process. You always have to inspire yourself.”
Animation, 2004“I like being able to recognize who drew a particular scene. It allows me to admire the individual. That’s how inspiration works for me.”
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April 27, 2016
At first glance the rehearsal of the Sheritones, Sheridan's non-auditioned a cappella group, seems like an impromptu gathering of friends. The ensemble of approximately 20 students has been meeting weekly since 2014 after founder Kristian Solomon posted an open-call for participants on Facebook, and they have been bonding through a love of music ever since.
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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.