A hallway at Sheridan's Hazel McCallion Campus

Respectful & Safe Communities

About Dare to Care

Sheridan's Dare to Care program challenges the community to step in if someone needs help. If you see or hear something that doesn't seem quite right, do something about it — take action.

Dare to Care challenges you to:

  • Speak up when you see or hear something concerning, and lend a hand to anyone who might need help.
  • Contribute to a vibrant campus community.
  • Model good citizenship.
  • Facilitate a culture of caring and respect.
  • Dare to Care about everyone in the community.

Don't be a bystander

Step in. Take action.

You have a crucial role to play in keeping your friends safe. No matter what the setting, if you see something that doesn’t feel quite right or see someone who might be in trouble, there are some simple things you can do to help out a friend.

Resources for students

We're here to support you.

If you need help, or just want more information, please take advantage of the many resources available to you at Sheridan.

Got Consent?

Sexual violence

If it's not a clear yes, it's not consent. It's sexual assault.

All members of the Sheridan community have a right to study, live and work in an environment that's free from any form of sexual violence.

Get Help Now

For inquiries during business hours, please contact Sheridan's Sexual Violence Response Specialist at: 905-845-9430 ext. 8430 or svrs@sheridancollege.ca.

In an emergency, please call 911 or contact Campus Security at 905-815-4044.

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