When you choose Sheridan, you are investing in your future success. Before you apply, take a few minutes to find the right information for you. We take the selection of our students very seriously and know that you do the same in choosing us.
Your application process will vary depending on the program you are applying to and your particular pathway into Sheridan. Check out the requirements you need to meet to facilitate a smooth and successful application.
The Admissions Office receives transcript information and determines whether the applicant meets college eligibility requirements. Applicants whose transcripts indicate that they do not meet eligibility requirements are asked to provide more information.
Admission to many Sheridan programs is limited. As a result, applicants may receive one of various types of offers of admission listed here.
Payment by the deadline will reserve your seat in a program, allow you to continue in class and write examinations. Your fee invoice itemizes the fees charged for your program. This can be accessed via myStudent Centre.
Financial assistance is an important factor for many students as they decide where and what to study. Sheridan has a variety of assistance programs, which are awarded based on demonstrated financial need.
Second Career is a cost-sharing grant provided by the Ontario government to fund eligible laid-off workers with education or skills training.
Mature students who apply to certificate and diploma programs must demonstrate their ability to work at the postsecondary level.
If you have attended any education institution outside of Canada you will need to have your credentials assessed either by World Education Services (WES) or ICAS Canada.
Do you want to come to Sheridan from another institution? You may transfer credits earned at another post-secondary institution to your Sheridan program of study.