Statement on Secondary School Labour Disruption in Peel Region
Sheridan College is aware of the current labour disruption by the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF) in Peel Region and the potential for disruption to occur elsewhere in Ontario as a result of ongoing labour negotiations.
Sheridan confirms that mid-term marks have been received from the Ontario Colleges Application Service from all institutions that are impacted by the current labour disruption. These marks are used by Sheridan to make offers of admission to prospective students.
Sheridan would also like to assure applicants and their families that discussions are underway at the provincial level between Ontario’s public colleges and the Ministry of Education to develop a contingency plan to complete the admissions process in the event of a prolonged disruption that could result in the cancellation of final exams.
Sheridan is committed to promoting access to postsecondary education. We will do everything we can to ensure current applicants are not disadvantaged by the current labour situation.
Applicants are requested to proactively review and stay informed about all requirements for admission to their program of choice. They are to continue to monitor the status of their application by logging into their Sheridan account, myStudent Centre and their account at ontariocolleges.ca
Applicants who have questions pertaining to their application may contact the Post-Secondary Contact Centre at the numbers listed below to speak with an Information Specialist:
Oakville Area: 905 845-9430
Brampton Area: 905 459-7533
Hamilton Area: 905 681-4611
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