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Founded in 1967, Sheridan has grown from a local college of 400 students to one of Ontario’s leading postsecondary institutions, educating approximately 18,000 full-time and 35,000 continuing and part-time studies students every year on four 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 110,000+ alumni play a critical role in shaping the future of our society in the fields of arts, business, community service, health, technology, and the skilled trades.

Administration & Governance

Sheridan College is a publicly-funded institution overseen by a Board of Governors, consisting of both appointed and elected representatives. The day-to-day administration of the institution is led by the President and CEO, and an Executive Team


As an academic institution, employer, investor and community partner, Sheridan strives to become the institutional model for how a 21st century organization embraces sustainability.

We aim to foster an institutional culture defined by informed and responsible decision making that reflects the crucial balance between economic, social and environmental priorities, and have built our leadership and reputation by using our campuses as ‘living laboratories’ for sustainability transition, curricular innovation and interdisciplinary teaching and learning.

Energy and Climate

The College’s 200,000m2 of buildings date from 1970 to 2012 and represent a wide range of energy efficiencies and construction practice. The Integrated Energy and Climate Master Plan (IECMP) was developed over 16 months by a team which included operational staff, faculty members and students, mentored by a partner with global reach and expertise. The team was challenged to create an energy plan that met the 2020 goals.

Get Involved

As a member of the Sheridan community, your support can help Sheridan achieve its sustainability goals. Here are just a few initiatives you can join.


Sheridan produced 1,105 metric tons of landfill waste in 2014, which cost about $137,000 in hauling fees. By reducing the landfill waste, not only can Sheridan help reduce its impact to the environment but also save money for the College. The Zero Waste Sheridan Plan will help guide the College to becoming a Zero Waste campus by 2020.



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