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As Ontario progresses through its re-opening plan, Sheridan is preparing to welcome more students back to campus for in-person learning this fall. Our Fall term runs from September 7 to December 17, 2021. This site includes updated information about the outstanding learning opportunities that you can expect from Sheridan.
Our academic, facilities, and health and safety teams are readying our campuses for more opportunities to connect with your faculty and peers in person, and access in-person supports to help you succeed. Whether you’re in our classrooms, libraries and learning commons, laboratories, studios, or cafeterias, we’ll continue to uphold our strict safety and hygiene practices to keep our community healthy.
We’re also preparing innovative virtual learning experiences and tools to support remote access where required. Whether you’re learning in-person, online, or a combination of both - you will be immersed in meaningful learning experiences, engaged, supported and connected. To learn the delivery mode for your specific program, please visit myOTR.
As Ontario continues to re-open, we will work in partnership with our public health and provincial partners to determine the extent to which our on-campus facilities such as our bookstores, libraries and learning commons, studios, cafeterias and gyms will be available for use this fall. Please stay tuned for this information later this summer. With increased rates of vaccination, lower rates of infection and greater immunity, we expect to increase on-campus activity beyond what has been possible to date in 2020 and 2021, while continuing to respect public health measures.Visit the master FAQ page for more program delivery information.
This page will be updated regularly as we prepare for Fall 2021. Please continue to check back for the latest information about campus access, student supports service delivery, health & safety precautions, and more.
Note for international students: Sheridan is on the Government of Canada's Designated Learning Institutions list, with an approved COVID-19 Readiness Plan. This designation confirms our eligibility to welcome international students travelling to Canada. To learn more about the DLI designation, please visit the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada site.
Many of our services and business operations continue to operate in alternative formats, with staff working remotely to support you online and/or over the phone. Please connect with us!
As we welcome more students and employees back to campus, your health and safety remains our top priority. We will continue to uphold intensive cleaning protocols, screened access to campus, enforcement of physical distancing and mechanisms to report and alert the community about illnesses on campus.