Sheridan College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning is a diploma and degree granting institute with campuses in Oakville and Brampton (western suburbs of Toronto). Sheridan is considered one of Canada’s premier polytechnic institutes.

Sheridan Continuing Education offers thousands of courses that designed to build on students’ skills or help launch a new career, including the opportunity to complete over 80 credentials (including certificates and diplomas). Sheridan offers a wide variety of learning options, from evening and weekend classes to over 200 courses delivered online.

Courses available fall within one of Sheridan’s five areas of academic focus:

  • Animation, Arts & Design
  • Business
  • Community and Liberal Studies & Workforce Development
  • Applied Computing and Engineering Sciences
  • Continuing Education and SheridanCorporate

Sheridan currently has a graduate employment rate of over 88% and an employer satisfaction rate over 93%!

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Sheridan College – Credit Transfer Information
Credit Transfer allows Sheridan students to apply previously acquired learning credits or workplace experience towards their current program of study.

Sheridan College – IT Helpdesk
The IT Service Catalogue provides detailed descriptions for services provided by Sheridan’s Information Technology department.

Sheridan College Library and Learning Commons Services
Search for books and journals, find articles, view e-book collections, and get multimedia and assignment resources.

Sheridan College PLAR
A student may apply for PLAR when mastery of the learning outcomes of a Sheridan course can be clearly demonstrated through the assessment of a portfolio and/or by means of a challenge process.

Sheridan Student Union
The Sheridan Student Union represents the full-time and part-time students of Sheridan College.  The mandate of the Sheridan Student Union is to promote and advocate the benefits and interest of the student body — be it academic, social, cultural, or otherwise.

Resources on How to Study Online Successfully (SOS)

DepartmentResource NameTypeDescriptionLink
LibraryStudent Online Learning ModuleSelf-Paced Course (free)These modules help learners discover everything they need to know about managing their time effectively, taking notes, developing a resilient mindset and strategies for studying and test taking.Click here