Sheridan College, founded in 1967, is a polytechnic institute in Ontario with approximately 23,000 full-time students and 35,000 continuing education students. The college offers a wide array of programs, and Sheridan’s 170,000 alumni play a critical role in shaping the future of art, business, community service, health, technology, and skilled labor. Sheridan combines the traditional learning of university courses with hands-on, practical training, and along with a four year Baccalaureate Degree, students can earn a one year certificate or two to three year diploma in the technical field of their choice. Each campus offers all the benefits of a traditional university, including a library an
d learning commons, dining options, career center, tutoring, accessible learning office, and student healthcare. Students can get together with friends and cheer for the Sheridan Bruins in a variety of varsity sports, or they can form their own rec. league team. Whatever their interests, hobbies, and career goals, Sheridan has something for every student at one of its three campuses.
Students who choose the Hazel McCallion campus in Mississauga will find a top-notch business school, fully-equipped library, student union, and faculty who care about their students' success. Set on Lake Ontario, this Toronto suburb has plenty to offer with a vibrant arts community, annual festivals, shopping, and sports facilities. Students can also travel the short distance to Toronto to climb the CN Tower, tour the Ontario Museum, visit the castle and gardens at Casa Loma, or spend the afternoon studying in one of Toronto's many parks. With 29 programs focused on business, management, finance, and advertising, the Mississauga campus of Sheridan offers students the chance to study and gain practical business experience while living and learning in the diversity and abundance of the Toronto area.