mobile navigation An academic strike continues to be in effect at all Ontario Colleges, including Sheridan,  however we are hopeful that the back-to-work legislation will be passed and finalized by Sunday, November 19. Should the legislation pass by November 19, we anticipate welcoming our faculty back to Sheridan on Monday, November 20 to prepare for students to return to classes on Tuesday, November 21. For more information please visit strikeinfo.sheridancollege.ca.

Admission Requirements

The Admissions Office receives transcript information and determines whether the Applicant meets college eligibility requirements. Those who meet the college eligibility requirements are invited to continue in the admission process. Applicants whose transcripts indicate that they do not meet eligibility requirements are asked to provide more information.


Admission to Postsecondary Programs

Applicants may be admitted to Sheridan as full-time students if they have an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (Grade 12) with...

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Admission to Post-graduate Programs

Admission requirements for our Ontario College Graduate Certificate programs.

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Competitive Programs

Some of our programs are highly competitive. You may need to have a higher grade point average (GPA) in order to be considered for admission to one of these programs.

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English Language Requirements

All instruction within Sheridan is in English.

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Pre-Admission Testing

Some applicants are required to complete additional testing as part of the admissions process.

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Applicant Assessments

Admission decisions to Sheridan programs are made according to one of two models.

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Readmission

Students repeating the first term of any program.

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Secondary Credential

Sheridan recognizes that where courses (whether earned directly, granted through Advanced Standing or PLAR) have been applied as credit...

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Applicants With Documented Disabilities

The Accessible Learning Services Office facilitates equal access for eligible students with disabilities.

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