Sheridan FCG

Sheridan FCG

Don't be fooled! Yes the Sheridan Fighting Game Community (FGC) is a club dedicated to the enjoyment of playing, learning and practicing fighting games such a Super Smash Bros. Melee, Guilty Gear Xrd -Revelator-, and Street Fighter V. However, this club is also dedicated to helping people grow as individuals and gaining important soft skills such as dedication, determination, and motivation. All under the guise of "playing games" as people strive to improve in their fighting game of choice! Come join us and discover the greatness that is fighting games! 

Club President

Elijah Renaud
Email: elijah-renaud@hotmail.com

Meetings

Fridays - B310

BECL Student Association

BECL Student Association

The Bachelor of Early Childhood Leadership program at Sheridan College is creating future leaders in the field of early childhood education and care. As leaders in training, it can become stressful and difficult to gain the professional knowledge required to enhance our skills. Sheridan's BECL Student Association is here to help. Although the club is fairly new, the executive team is working hard to make a connection with regional organizations and faculty members to provide opportunities for everyone in the Sheridan community. We want to support our students by providing opportunities that will benefit them from the moment they graduate along with providing memorable Sheridan experience and enhance their career path.

Club President

Keren Argueta
Email: argueta@sheridancollege.ca

Club Website

http://sheridanbecl.wixsite.com/studentassociation

Club Meetings 

Friday at 11:00 a.m. 
Location TBA

Coding Syndicate of Sheridan

This is a student-driven club for students who like to code and want to code. This club undergoes various workshops on learning various concepts which is not taught in school. Students learn in the club what they want and how they want. Moreover, our club also help students who face problem in understanding various concepts. Furthermore, we encourage students to come up with projects and provide with them all the resources and knowledge they need. This club is open for all the students, staff and alumni of the college who like to code or wish to learn coding.

Club President 

Arvin Kumar
Email: arvin.kumar13@gmail.com

Club Website

http://css.fast.sheridanc.on.ca/Clear.html

Club Meetings

Friday 7-9pm
Davis - B307

Sheridan Office Admin Association (SOAA)

Sheridan Office Admin Association (SOAA)

The Sheridan Office Admin Association (SOAA) is a student-run organization with the goal to build leadership and experience, enhance the Sheridan community, engage in student life by creating events, and to provide students with opportunities to network for their careers. 

Additionally, we have an organization that will be taking part within the SOAA; Change for X - Sheridan (CFXS). CFXS is a student-run organization founded in Western University. Its main focus is to nurture local and lesser known charities within the community. Successfully bringing the Phlebotomy course to Sheridan, the SOAA has more plans to enhance your Sheridan experience.

Club President 

Leticia Japiassu
Email: mauricle@sheridancollege.ca

Club Meetings

Tuesdays 11- 12/ Wednesday 2- 3 p.m./ Thursday 1- 2 p.m.
Davis, Room B 305

Club Website

 
 

For more information about this club or how to join, please contact your Davis Clubs Coordinator: clubs.ssuidavis@sheridancollege.ca

Encouraging Community Help Outreach (ECHO)

Encouraging Community Help Outreach (ECHO)

The sense of community and service is growing in some students, yet few have easy enough access in order to participate and volunteer their personal time.  Taking part and volunteering out of ones free will in community services teaches compassion, understanding and develops awareness.  As students, many of us are involved in programs relating to helping others; we have similar interests and share the passion of community service.  This group is intended to encourage and promote that interest.

For more information about this club or how to join, please contact your Davis Clubs Coordinator: clubs.ssuidavis@sheridancollege.ca

Duke of Edinburgh

The Duke of Edingburgh

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award was founded by His Royal Highness, the Prince Phillip; Duke of Edinburgh to encourage personal development and community involvement for all individuals between the ages of 14 and 25.  The program has 3 levels: bronze, silver and gold, and these awards are internationally recognized.  Participants complete the award by achieving personally established goals in two areas of community service, skill development, physical recreation and adventurous journey. 

For more information about this club or how to join, please contact your Davis Clubs Coordinator: clubs.ssuidavis@sheridancollege.ca

Indian International Student Association (IISA)

Indian International Student Association (IISA)

Indian International Students Association (IISA) is a college and university based organization which aims to organize events for International Students and to help in the social well-being of students from India. Main focus is to help students to integrate with new Canadian environments by hosting various events. This gives them homely feeling. IISA is there to help every student in every field. Feel free to contact us.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IISACanada

For more information about this club or how to join, please contact your Davis Clubs Coordinator: clubs.ssuidavis@sheridancollege.ca

F.A.C.E.I.T Club Davis

F.A.C.E.I.T. Club, Davis

F.A.C.E. I.T. (Friends Accepting Challenges and Endeavoring to Improve Themselves) is a social club for students who identify as being diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome/Autism Spectrum Disorder. This group is a safe environment where you can be yourself and meet other students who may be facing similar challenges as you. Hope to see you there!

For more information about this club or how to join, please contact your Davis Clubs Coordinator: clubs.ssuidavis@sheridancollege.ca

Sheridan Early Childhood Education Club (ECE)

Sheridan Early Childhood Education Club (ECE)

We are Sheridan College's most passionate E.C.E. students. We are here to make positive changes in our field because we believe the future is in our hands!

(Facebook) Sheridan Ece Club http://on.fb.me/1N02pAe
(Twitter)@SheridanECEClub http://bit.ly/1OujeXa

Meetings: every other Tuesday, starting February 2, 2016 6:30 p.m - 8:00 p.m. Room H107

For more information about this club or how to join, please contact your Davis Clubs Coordinator: clubs.ssuidavis@sheridancollege.ca

Sheridan Engineering Club

Sheridan Engineering Club

Our club is looking for new enthusiastic members from various disciplines to join our team. Did you ever have a cool idea that you just did not know how to bring to life? You should come to our club and we will help you shape it. We are open to a wide range of projects, but also provide a car as a great bed for new projects and improvements.

For more information about this club or how to join, please contact your Davis Clubs Coordinator: clubs.ssuidavis@sheridancollege.ca

Sheridan Drama Club

Sheridan Drama Club

The Sheridan Drama Club aims to create an outlet for students through accessing their creative side. We would like to create a love for the theatre & show students that the theatre is a great way to express yourself, make new friends, & be a part of something more. Our final goal is to make it aware that there is so much ore that goes on “behind the scenes” for those who do not wish to be on stage.

For more information about this club or how to join, please contact your Davis Clubs Coordinator: clubs.ssuidavis@sheridancollege.ca

Dungeons & Dragons and Board Game Club

Dungeons & Dragons and Board Game Club

Want to play a game casually as a human who travels a diverse world? Or an elf being a flurry of blades? Or something more exotic, a dragon born wizard casting spells to defeat your enemies? Doesn’t matter, just let your imagination run free with a game of Dungeons & Dragons.

For more information about this club or how to join, please contact your Davis Clubs Coordinator: clubs.ssuidavis@sheridancollege.ca

Sheridan Jiu Jitsu Club

Sheridan Jiu Jitsu Club

Learn martial arts with us! We train using a “gi” (a traditional judo-like uniform) but you can start without one. No experience is needed since we are open to all levels. To join, simply come to a practice and we can give you all the details. We generally train at night in the Davis Campus in Room C222. From Sept to Dec we train Tuesdays 5-7pm and Thursdays 4:30-6pm and then 6-8pm. Training dates and times are always updated on our Facebook each term at “Sheridan Jiu Jitsu”.

For more information about this club or how to join, please contact your Davis Clubs Coordinator: clubs.ssuidavis@sheridancollege.ca

Sheridan Bruins Toastmasters

Sheridan Bruins Toastmasters

Toastmasters International is a prestigious, world renowned organization which focuses on helping its members become competent speakers and outstanding leaders. This club is perfect for those who enjoy public speaking as well as those who wish to overcome their stage fright and dread talking to large audiences. Come see our distinguished speakers and listen to their compelling and life changing stories. Current Sheridan students, alumni, and staff may become members.

Club Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/toastmastersdavis

Toastmasters International Official Page: https://www.toastmasters.org/

For more information about this club or how to join, please contact your Davis Clubs Coordinator: clubs.ssuidavis@sheridancollege.ca