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Sheridan Retirees' Association

If you have retired from Sheridan, or are about to retire, consider joining the Sheridan Retirees’ Association to stay connected with your friends and former colleagues.

About the Sheridan Retirees' Association

The Sheridan Retirees' Association is run by a small but growing team of enthusiastic retirees who volunteer on an ad hoc steering committee to organize the Association, develop its membership and arrange events to provide opportunities for retirees to meet up with friends and former colleagues. The committee meets monthly at the Trafalgar Road Campus in Oakville.

Volunteer Opportunities

The Sheridan Retirees' Association welcomes new volunteers to help it grow from the fledgling organization it is now to a robust and vibrant one that serves the needs of its members. Volunteer opportunities are based on your own interests and availability and range from committee involvement to event planning.

Sheridan News & Events

Join the Sheridan Retirees' Association for member benefits

It's free to join and everyone is welcome! Email us at to learn more. Enjoy member benefits by registering for a Perkopolis membership to enjoy great savings on entertainment, travel, attractions, shopping, health, wellness, sport and more!

The Ontario College Retirees' Association (OCRA)

OCRA is open to all support, administrative and faculty retirees from the 24 community colleges in Ontario and to retirees from related organizations who receive a pension from the CAAT Pension Plan. Visit OCRA's website for more information.

Sheridan Retirees' Association Photos

SRA Holiday Luncheon

(L-R) Jim Greer, Tom Pettingill, Lisa Sutcliffe, Janet Fear, Linda Dalton

Highest overall academic achievement

Pearl Inch (student) and Jane Jenner (SRA steering committee chair)