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Institutional Plans

Sheridan is one of Ontario's leading postsecondary institutions. Through creativity and innovation, we're forging a new path that meets the future needs of our students, our communities and our country.

  • Academic Faculty and Department Plans

    Sheridan’s Academic Plan 2019–24 outlines Sheridan’s academic priorities, and contains three core pillars: quality, character and accountability.

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  • Campus Master Plan

    Sheridan has initiated an exciting process to develop a bold, innovative and comprehensive Campus Master Plan that will provide a road map to transform our built environment over the next 30 years.

  • Community Wellness Strategy

    The Sheridan community cares deeply about health and wellness. We want our campuses to be supportive spaces that foster everyone’s mental, physical and social well-being — opening up boundless opportunities for learning, engagement, and innovation to flourish. That’s why Sheridan’s bold new Strategic Plan makes wellness a top priority in the next chapter of our evolution.

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  • Giving back through Youth Amplified

    Fuelled by Sheridan’s caring employee and student community and partnerships with youth-serving organizations in Halton and Peel, the programs within the Youth Amplified banner offer youth mentorship, connections to financial aid and resources, guidance through the postsecondary application process, a window into student life, and more.

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  • Strategic Plan

    Drawing on input from 3,000 voices over seven months, Sheridan has developed a new, five-year strategic plan: Sheridan 2024 – Galvanizing Education for a Complex World.

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  • People Plan

    Sheridan’s most valuable resource is its people. The People Plan lists Sheridan’s priorities for supporting its employees and providing them with the tools they need to be successful.

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