Your Application

Your application process will vary depending on the program you are applying to and your particular pathway into Sheridan. Before you apply, familiarize yourself with the steps you need to take and the requirements you need to meet to facilitate a smooth and successful application.

Find your program

Search for the Sheridan program that is perfect for you. If you're not sure yet which program is the best choice, check out our Career Planning Quick Tips that can help point you in the right direction or contact us at 905-459-7533 x 5204.

Check the admission requirements

You can find full details on admission requirements for your program of choice in the Program pages. In addition to the minimum College Eligibility requirements, you may also have to satisfy program-specific admission requirements. 

Click here for more information on Admission Requirements

Apply online and pay the application fee

Apply through ontariocolleges.ca. Go to the “Apply” section where you will complete and submit the application form. The $95 application fee must be paid to ontariocolleges.ca before Sheridan receives your application.

You can choose up to three different Sheridan programs on your application. You will be asked to choose your campus for some programs that are available at more than one. (Before adding a program to your application you need to review the admission requirements and deadlines associated with that program.)

Applicants to the 2014-2015 cycle who have prior education from outside of Canada will be advised by an email from ontariocolleges.ca of next steps for credential assessment. If you have any questions, please call ontariocolleges.ca at 1-888-892-2228.

Submit your documentation

If you are currently enrolled in high school, advise your guidance office that you are applying to college. They will send ontariocolleges.ca a record of your grades (often referred to as transcripts).

If you are not currently in high school and are enrolled at another Canadian college or university, or are in the workforce and have a postsecondary credential – you are responsible for sending official copies of your transcripts to ontariocolleges.ca

If you are currently in high school in another Canadian province - you need to send one (1) official transcript to ontariocolleges.ca 

If you are out of high school - you need to arrange with your last high school to have one (1) official transcript sent to ontariocolleges.ca. Depending on where you went to high school, you may be able to request your transcript electronically through the transcript request service at ontariocolleges.ca. If not, contact your last high school directly. 

If you have attended an Ontario college or university - order your official transcripts through the transcript request service at ontariocolleges.ca 

If you attended a college or university outside Ontario, but still in Canada - you must request that the institution you attended send an official transcript to www.ontariocolleges.ca 

If you have attended any educational institution outside of Canada, you will need to have your credentials assessed either by World Education Services (WES) or ICAS Canada. Once you have applied, ontariocolleges.ca will advise you of next steps via email. Credential evaluation fees will apply.  

For more information, and a complete list of Sheridan programs and the credential evaluation that is recommended or required, please see: Credential Evaluation

International Applicants

Sheridan has its own in-house International Admissions Team to process your application accurately and efficiently. Visit our International Centre for more information on applying as an international student.

Track your Application

You can stay posted on your application's status by logging on to myStudent Centre

1. Simply log on to myStudent Centre with your Sheridan username and password 
2. Under the Admissions section, click the Application Status link.