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Remote Learning
Updated: June 8 at 10:39 a.m.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Sheridan's Spring/Summer 2020 semester will be delivered entirely through remote learning.

Stay tuned to SLATE for details about your particular courses: Your instructors will communicate updates and course requirements through SLATE Announcements and Discussion Forums.

Loaner laptop program

A limited number of laptops are available to students in eligible programs who are registered in classes for the Spring 2020 semester. The loaner laptop program is open on a first-come, first-served basis, as inventory is limited.

To request a laptop, please visit the Loaner Laptop Program page and fill out a request form

Resources to support your learning

We understand that studying online is new for many students, and may be overwhelming. While our on-campus locations are closed, we're still here to support you! Just email and we’ll connect you with the appropriate support team.

We've also compiled this quick list of resources to help you with your remote learning:

Virtual event calendar

Join us for a variety of online sessions, designed to help you thrive during your remote learning experience.

View upcoming events

Tips for taking a class remotely

We recognize that the shift to remote learning may be challenging. Here are some things you can do to keep yourself on track:

  • Create a dedicated study space — it should be away from those you’re quarantined with
  • Make a schedule — keep on the same class schedule, if possible
  • Pace yourself — break assignments into chunks to make them more manageable
  • Reduce distractions — eliminate distractions to focus on your studies
  • Communicate with your professors regularly — ask for clarification and help as necessary

Remember, if you're feeling anxious and want to connect with someone, we're only an email away: