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Friday, November 13 is the official launch date of this year’s United Way campaign at Sheridan. An unlucky day? Sheridan President Jeff Zabudsky disagrees! Sheridan is proud to be participating in the United Way campaign to improve the lives of individuals in the communities in which we live and work. Please visit unitedway.sheridancollege.ca for more information about upcoming campus fundraising events.
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.
Animal Care, 2005"Meeting the changing demands of the real world is an ongoing learning process, so new graduates should continue to grow their knowledge base. Sheridan’s Animal Care program is a great stepping stone."
Journalism - Broadcast, 2008“Right from the get-go, Sheridan was a great fit for me. It was so fast-paced and collaborative.”
Chemical Engineering Technology-Environmental, Co-op, 2008“Sheridan was the ideal place to continue my studies after coming to Canada.”
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Third-year Bachelor of Animation student Samuel Morin grew up watching The Lion King, and recently had the opportunity to work with Mercury Filmworks on a television reboot called The Lion Guard.
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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.