mobile navigation An academic strike continues to be in effect at all Ontario Colleges, including Sheridan,  however we are hopeful that the back-to-work legislation will be passed and finalized by Sunday, November 19. Should the legislation pass by November 19, we anticipate welcoming our faculty back to Sheridan on Monday, November 20 to prepare for students to return to classes on Tuesday, November 21. For more information please visit strikeinfo.sheridancollege.ca.

Scholarships and Bursaries

Each year, more and more students require financial assistance to realize their dreams. More than 70% of Sheridan students seek some form of financial support while attending Sheridan.

Scholarships are merit-based awards designed to offset tuition expenses for top-performing students. They provide incentives to be academically successful and encourage learners to work hard. Sheridan is in need of more funding to support entrance scholarships to help attract the best students to our classrooms, reward academic excellence and to create dynamic learning environments.

Scholarships also offset costs for students who fall in the gap between high and low income households.

Bursaries provide funding for students with financial need. Research shows that work can take up more than 15 hours per week and becomes an impediment to academic success. For many students the stresses of working make it difficult for them to graduate on time, or graduate with the high grades they have the potential to achieve. For other students, the work/study life is unsustainable, and they discontinue their studies all together.