Sheridan Alumni

Welcome Sheridan alumni! Here, you can find out what your fellow classmates are up to, learn about alumni events, and get exclusive discounts and benefits. Join 160,000 graduates celebrating their Sheridan pride.

Upcoming Events

Mar 21

Faculty of Applied Science and Technology Mentoring

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Apr 12

Early Childhood Education Alumni Reunion

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Alumni News

Sheridan Animation Alumni Earn Oscar Nods

Congratulations to Sheridan alumni who worked on films that have been nominated for Oscars! Graduate Alan Barillaro (Animation, `96) directed the short film Piper, which has earned a nod for Best Animated Short Film. Alumni also worked on three of the five films nominated in the Best Animated Feature Film category, including Moana, Kubo and the Two Strings and Zootopia.

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"Dim the Fluorescents" Wins Slamdance Awards

Daniel Warth (Media Arts, 2007) is the director and co-writer of Dim the Fluorescents, a film that premiered at the Slamdance Film Festival in Utah in January. His film, about an actress and playwright who turn to leading corporate training events to pay the bills, took home the festival’s Sparky Awards for grand jury prizes that this year’s festival.

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Cory Trépanier’s INTO THE ARCTIC World Premiere in Washington DC at Embassy of Canada

Premiering at the Embassy of Canada art gallery in Washington D.C., Canadian artist, filmmaker, explorer and 1990 Illustration graduate Cory Trépanier’s INTO THE ARCTIC Exhibition Tour is captivating audiences with the raw beauty of the North. On until February 28th, after which it travels to seven museums across the United States for over two years.

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Kent Monkman: a revisionist look at history

Kent Monkman’s (Illustration, `86) new exhibit, Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience, has opened at the Art Museum at the University of Toronto. His work offers a revisionist look at history for a Canada 150 project, and the exhibit will travel across the country over the next three years.

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Come From Away lands in Vanity Fair

Come From Away, the musical incubated at Sheridan’s Canadian Music Theatre Project, is earning more buzz this winter in a photo feature in the February issue of Vanity Fair. The production, including alumna Sue Dunstan (Music Theatre Performance, `95) in a swing role, opens on Broadway in March. Photo: Mark Seliger

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Grad helps battle against Parkinson's disease

Graphic designer Emma Lawton was just 29 when she developed Parkinson’s disease. Enter alumna Haiyan Zhang (Interactive Multimedia, `03), whose invention curbs Lawton’s tremors so she can draw a straight line again.

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Discounts & Benefits

Many services and benefits are also available through our affiliates.

As a member of the Sheridan College Alumni Association, you can benefit from special privileges, such as preferred group rates, enhanced coverage and flexible limits.

Sheridan Alumni can take advantage of Canada Life’s low-cost comprehensive protection which is designed to meet their specific needs.

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Graduate Success Stories

James Haines

Construction and Maintenance Electrician, 2012

“I liked the variety and working on different areas. You could be working on everything from seniors’ homes to factories.”

Sue Dunstan

Music Theatre Performance, 1995

“Come From Away opens conversations … there’s no stopping this show and I’m going to see it through to the end.”

Alan Dick

Business Administration - Marketing, 1985

“The ability to work with others, to be accountable to a team and do your part. Those were all things that were very pragmatic at Sheridan … it was a good preparation for how real life actually works.”