Get Creative: The Campaign for Sheridan

We asked ourselves: "How can Sheridan help prepare our students for both a better career and a better life?" The answer is simple. Get creative.

Getting creative means pushing the boundaries of conventional building and curriculum design. Sheridan’s $9 million Get Creative campaign will help fund the construction of a second, state-of-the-art building at our Hazel McCallion Campus (HMC) in Mississauga.

The new building will be home to synergistic studies in architecture and interior design, creativity and communications, business, advertising, merchandising and retail, humanities and social sciences, human services and applied computing, helping new ideas to flourish.

It will also feature the right kind of learning spaces that help us equip students with the 21st century life-skill of creative problem solving so they can adapt to the changing world around them.

This state-of-the-art facility equally responds to the burgeoning demand for our programs from students in Ontario, across Canada and increasingly beyond our borders. We’ll help Ontario fill its void of an additional 60,000 spaces needed for college and university students. By creating scholarships for international students, we’ll also create a community of students who are ready to embrace the global marketplace and our increasingly interconnected world.



Leadership: The Get Creative Campaign Advisory Committee is comprised of engaged volunteers including business and civic leaders as well as inspired philanthropists.

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International Scholarships

International Scholarships

International scholarships will bolster our efforts to support the students that come to Sheridan from every corner of the world.

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HMC Expansion

HMC Expansion: The right space to collaborate

Designed with students in mind, the building features intimate, multi-flex classrooms that seat students and faculty together to facilitate collaboration and encourage inquiry and debate.

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The right space to collaborate

State-of-the-art labs, studios and production spaces provide dynamic hands-on places for experiential learning to flourish.


Breaking Ground


Doors open


New public art gallery


Bicycle garage and two bike room showers

94 kWh/m2 per year

The energy consumption of our new building – roughly half of what is used by buildings in Canada – making it one of the top performing academic buildings in North America and Sheridan's new standard for building construction


New studios, labs and production spaces for architecture, interior decorating and visual merchandising


New classrooms


Creativity Commons