Welcome Back, Sheridan!
Date: Mon, Jan 22
Time: 8:00 AM
Location: TRAF - The Marquee
Davis - The Den
HMC - SSU Clubs Room (A308)
We've got MORE free food! In addition to our Breakfast Program, we've also got a big welcome back week breakfast for you at each campus. To celebrate our upcoming Stranger Things themed pub night, we'll have eggos (and maybe some fruit and pancakes) coffee and tea for you to kick off the new semester.
BE THERE or BE HUNGRY! Experience food like never before on Tuesday at our very own Sheridan Food Fest at the Den. Come out to experience a street food festival inside our own campus along with our own hypnotist, Ryan Edwards! Click through for more info online at thessu.ca
Sheridan Health & Counselling & the SSU made a significant commitment to student mental health with the installation of The Friendship Bench at all three campuses last year. This year, we want to celebrate this and continue the conversation about mental health on campus.
Glowga is back!
Looking for a unique way to relax and spend a Thursday night? Join us in the Marquee where we will be hosting a yoga session with black lights, neon, and free swag! A tranquil, glow in the dark experience to help you wind down from the week.
All skill levels are welcome. This class will be suitable for beginners as well.
Please sign up online to reserve your spot! 👇
The Marquee is a wheelchair accessible venue. If you require further information about the accessibility or accommodations to attend this event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sheridan students are allowed to bring 1 non-Sheridan guest to events hosted by the SSU. If you intend on bringing a guest, they must be 19+ (in the Marquee or the Den) and you must be present to sign them into the event. Please click here to refer to our House Rules.
more events coming up...
Sheridan is taking a stand against sexual assault and violence in our community through a three day campaign of AWARENESS, the National Day of REMEMBRANCE and ACTION.
The final day of this Sheridan Dare to Care event will culminate in an evening of action on December 7, 2017 from 5-7:30pm at the Trafalgar lower Cafeteria. There will be a number of pertinent guest speakers, including the Governor General Award winning advocate Julie Lalonde from the Provincial Draw the Line Campaign. Through these captivating lectures and participant engagement, we will challenge Sheridan Community members to not only pledge against sexual assault and violence, but to unpack what it truly means to be a bystander and ally in our community.
This is a free event and is open to all Sheridan students and community members and snacks will be provided. The major focus will be on engaging our current and future student leaders to explore how they can make a difference at Sheridan and beyond.
It's officially 5 Days of Holiday Fun Dec 4 - 8 — fun-filled days of eating sweets, sipping on chai tea, holiday decorating, Christmas card worthy photo shoots, even a hot chocolate pong competition? Best of all, it's all FREE for Sheridan students!