Sheridan School of Business and Sheridan Alumni host reception for the new City Centre campus

Jon Jones, Interim Dean welcomes Sheridan School of Business alumni to the reception.

Sheridan School of Business alumni, faculty and staff had a unique chance to mingle and meet while viewing the new plans and the current state of construction of the new Mississauga City Centre Campus. The event hosted by Sheridan Alumni and the Sheridan School of Business also featured a panel from the construction hoarding where alumni and faculty could sign their names and leave a lasting message for future Sheridan School of Business students.

Mississauga Mayor, Hazel McCallion greets Dr. Jeff Zabudsky, President, Sheridan College while circulating with alumni and faculty.

More than 100 Sheridan School of Business alumni and faculty heard the latest information about the new Mississauga City Centre campus first-hand at the Living Arts Centre. Michael Cloutier (Business Marketing ’79) Chair of the Sheridan Board of Governors, and Sheridan Hall of Fame inductee, and Sheridan President, Jeff Zabudsky, shared plans for the new facility which will open in 2011 in the City Centre.

Dr. Zabudsky praised alumni for exemplifying the benefits of a Sheridan College business education, and invited the Sheridan School of Business grads to serve as ambassadors for the new campus.

Sheridan alumni Chris Galante, President and CEO Bass Paper and Packaging.

Jon Jones, Acting Dean, Sheridan School of Business, expressed his satisfaction in working closely with alumni partners and thanked them for their roles as program advisors, mentors, and current and future employers. Jones outlined the wide range of programming to be available at the City Centre Campus which will be geared to post-graduate and undergraduate students at different phases in their careers. In addition to the Sheridan School of Business programs, the City Centre Campus will also provide programs for new immigrants to Canada.

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