Welcome back from your colleagues in Student Affairs
We hope that you had a relaxing and rejuvenating summer and that you, and your families, continue to be safe and well.
Student Affairs is thrilled to announce that we will begin our gradual return to campus this fall. As partners in student success, we recognize and value all that you do, in your primary role in teaching and the facilitation of learning, as well as ensuring that students are connected with the many supports and services they may need to access outside of the classroom.
Below is a quick overview of how you can refer a student to our services.
Students can book a virtual or in-person appointment with the following support services:
|Virtual Appointment||In-Person, On-Campus Appointment|
|Accessible Learningemail@example.com||Effective September 7th:|
Davis Campus: Book Now
Hazel McCallion Campus: Book Now
Trafalgar Road Campus: Book Now
|Immigration Advising||Book Now|
|Student Advisement||Book Now|
|Student Health Centres||Call 905- 459-7533, ext. 5153.||Call 905- 459-7533, ext. 5153.|
If you are not sure where to start or who you would like to consult: Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll virtually connect you with who can help (i.e. counselling, tutoring, academic accommodations supports, advisors, health services, research help, etc.)
During the first three weeks in the semester, you will see Student Affairs staff, and students, walking around each campus with our blue “Ask Me” t-shirts. Please don’t hesitate to stop, say “hi” and ask any questions that you may have about our supports and services.
We are also excited to be able to plan and offer a more robust on-campus engagement experience this semester. Please visit our Athletics and Recreation page for the most up to date information on the re-opening of our campus Athletic Centres. We are also planning a marketplace and some pop up engagement events and activities, for the second week in the semester, there will be more information, in the coming weeks, on how students can get involved and connected, on campus or virtually and we encourage you to check out, and refer students to, our First Year Experience page for the most up to date information on transitioning to Sheridan.
Finally, if you are new to Sheridan College and/or you are interested in a refresh on anything and everything related to our services and supports including Accessible Learning, Wellness and Student Rights and Responsibilities resources please check out the Student Affairs Faculty toolkit that we have created just for you! In addition, should you require guidance or advice for behaviours or concerns related to the learning environment, please reach out for a consult with the Student Rights and Responsibilities Office by emailing email@example.com.
Wishing you all the best as you prepare to begin the fall semester and please reach out any time, we are here to support you.