COVID-19 and Return to Campus Updates


Information for the Sheridan community

Sheridan has strict health and safety measures in place to protect the students, faculty, and staff who are required to be on campus at this time, in limited numbers. This page is the primary resource for information regarding our response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, and our procedures for safeguarding our community’s health, protocols for accessing campus, and reporting of symptoms or diagnoses.

Here you will also find information on available support resources, parking and campus services.

Please note; the situation is rapidly and continually evolving. Updates to this page are made frequently. Please continue to check back for the latest information.

Your health and safety is our top priority, and we’re ready to protect you during any in-person activity your program may require. That includes even more intensive cleaning protocols, maximum head counts on all of our campuses, screened access to campus, enforcement of physical distancing, mechanism to report and alert the community about illnesses on campus.

Sheridan has been added to 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.

Non-medical Face Mask or a Face-covering must be worn on campus

Sheridan requires everyone to wear a non-medical face mask or a face-covering while on campus (including hallways, washrooms, classrooms). A mask should have at least 2-layers of tightly woven material such as cotton or linen. The mask should cover both your nose and mouth.

For information regarding proper mask/face covering use and care, please see these guidelines from the Public Health Agency of Canada.

While our campuses will provide limited access to those who require on-campus/in-person programming, we're still here to support everyone!

Our services and business operations have transitioned to alternative formats, with staff working remotely to support you online and/or over the phone. Please connect with us!

If you are required/approved to be on campus, having your Sheridan onecard with you at all times is mandatory. Please note the following entrances are to be used once you have received your onecard verification sticker:

Trafalgar Campus
B wing main door
SCAET entrance (open 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.)  
C-19 door (closed, effective Nov. 9)  

Davis Campus
H1 door – between H and J wing
B wing main door
A wing south door

HMC Campus
B wing entrance on the west side of the building

Please note:

On weekends and after hours, only the B wing entrances will be open.

Additionally, at Davis, the A wing south entrance will be open for students and faculty who have in-person classes on Saturday and Sunday.

Campus Access - What to Expect

In accordance with regulations set down by the province and public health, we have undertaken a number of measures to ensure everyone’s health and safety as we begin to welcome staff and students back on campus.

Health, Safety and Reporting Protocols

As part of our shared responsibility in making a return to campus safe and successful for everyone, health and safety measures have been implemented by Sheridan to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

Campus Services

We’re here to support you! As we prepare for the first stages of re-opening our campuses, it’s important to note what services and amenities will be available to you.

If you need support:

Support Services

We understand that this situation can cause anxiety and stress. If you need support, please reach out! There are many services and resources available to support you.

If you need help with remote studies:

Remote Learning

There are many resources available to help you keep up with your studies.


#SheridanHelps Initiative

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Sheridan is doing what it can to help our learners and the community.

Government and community resources

Financial assistance – government resources

The Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario have announced several sources of financial assistance for those facing hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

View financial supports

Mental wellness supports – government resources

The Government of Canada has launched a new portal to support mental wellness during the pandemic. Wellness Together Canada connects Canadians with confidential professional resources that can provide information and help.

Learn more about Wellness Together Canada

Food & housing – community resources

Food and housing security is a challenge for many people during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you need assistance, please reach out to one of the many community organizations that offer food or housing assistance.

View food and housing supports

News releases

COVID-19 Precautions an Integral Component of Sheridan’s Campus Experience this Fall

September 04, 2020

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Sheridan Community Celebrates Virtual Internship Program’s Success With Community Partners, Government Officials

August 28, 2020

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Premier Ford and Ministers tour Davis Campus to see contributions of Sheridan’s people to COVID-19 relief efforts

July 23, 2020

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Sheridan joins provincial pilot and welcomes Practical Nursing students back to campus

July 14, 2020

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