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

Nov 30

Exclusive Film Screening of Disney's Moana

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Jan 05

Sheridan's Creative Problem-Solving Living Laboratory!

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Jan 14

Alumni Big Ticket Game: Bruins Men's Volleyball v.s. Humber

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Feb 03

Alumni Big Ticket Game: Bruins Men's Volleyball v.s. Mohawk

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Alumni News

Story of survival: Alumna speaks out on HIV-AIDS

Journalism grad Muluba Habanyama (2016) talks about the facts on living with HIV-AIDS.

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Alumni nominated for animation honours

Congratulations to alumni nominated for Annie Awards, the animation industry’s top honour. Nominated graduates have worked on blockbuster films including Moana, Finding Dory, and Doctor Strange. The awards are presented in February in Los Angeles.

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Come From Away opens in Toronto

Come From Away has opened to rave reviews in Toronto. It’s the latest leg in the musical’s long journey that began at Sheridan, and will end on Broadway in 2017.

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Want to be your own boss? Go for it. But don’t sit down

You’ve got a business idea, and you want to be your own boss, but you don’t know where to start. The trick, according to Darrell Keezer, is to just start going for it.

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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.

View the various frames available for your diploma / degree.

Graduate Success Stories

Dean Correia

Business Administration, 1990

“The great thing about this business is I help people make differences in how they interact day-to-day at home and at work.”

Camille Eanga-Selenge

Music Theatre - Performance, 2012

“On stage, you’re not allowed to be afraid. The audience wants to hear you sing beautifully and tell a story.”

Athra Walied

Paralegal, 2010

“I will always come back and contribute to the Sheridan community,” she says. “I love Sheridan – it’s like home to me.”