SHERIDAN COLLEGE - DAVIS
Founded in 1967, Sheridan has grown from a local college of 400 students to one of Ontario’s leading postsecondary institutions, educating approximately 22,500 full-time studies students every year on three campuses in three Ontario cities – Oakville, Brampton, and Mississauga. An award-winning institution, Sheridan attracts students from across Canada and around the world. Sheridan’s 175,000 alumni play a critical role in shaping the future of society in the fields of arts, business, community service, health, technology, and the skilled trades.
Located in Brampton, one of the fastest-growing and most ethnically diverse communities in Canada, Davis Campus is Sheridan’s largest campus, home to more than 12,000 students. This bustling, innovative and multicultural campus is home to our applied health, community services, engineering and technology programs. In 2017, Davis officially opened its new Skilled Trades Centre. This three-storey, 130,000-square-foot facility is the new home for our skilled trades and apprenticeship programs, which were previously offered in Oakville.
Why Sheridan College - Davis
- Campus life: Students can join a club or association, attend events put on by the Sheridan Student Union, stay active at the gym or participate in fitness classes, or a recreational sports league then fuel themselves with a variety of dining options.
- Facilities: The bookstore has all a student's course material requirements plus apparel, gifts and snacks; there are affordable residence options; ample parking and locker space is available; printing services; early childhood centres; conference services; a career centre; health services; library services; tutoring and so much more to help students be success in their studies.
- Inspiring creativity: Sheridan's Creative Campus means student's courses are designed to give them problem solving and critical thinking tools throughout their program, top to bottom. They’re the first undergraduate school to offer a creativity course available to any student in any faculty. A Creative Campus also means increasing collaboration between students and professors within programs and across faculties. Through creative collaboration students develop awareness of new possibilities and gain the ability to solve old problems with new thinking.
- Location: Brampton is fast becoming known as a creative and cultural hub in the Greater Toronto Area. Young and diverse, Brampton boasts 175 ethnic backgrounds and a great mix of restaurants, boutiques and festivals. With plenty of lakes, beaches, and parks, and 267 km of trails, there are also hundreds of reasons to get outside.