Sheridan College : Trafalgar Road

A.K.A.  Sheridan College : Oakville
  (2.70/5.00)   |  11 Reviews
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Sheridan College : Trafalgar Road is a Public, Non-Sectarian, Career, Institute established in (unknown). The campus is located in Oakville, Ontario, Canada and hosts 8,380 (2011) students with an endowment of $0 (2014).  
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Website:  www.sheridancollege.ca
Address:  1430 Trafalgar Road, Oakville, Ontario, L6H 2L1, Canada
Phone:  +1 (905) 845-9430
Email:  infosheridan@sheridaninstitute.ca
Institution Type:  Public, Non-Sectarian, Career, Institute
Established:  Unknown
Campus Enrollment:  8,380 (2011)
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Campus Endowment:  $0 (2014)
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Latitude:  43.468735
Longitude:  -79.699965
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11 Student Reviews of Sheridan College : Trafalgar Road

  • Went to sheridan for the animation program due to its reputation, and was very disappointed. Very little in terms of tangible theory; you would be better off with $100 worth of leading art books, or videos off of the Gnomon workshop. Instructors are often not very knowledgeable, and can be opinionated, rash, and downright abusive. Classmates are often exceedingly immature and difficult to work with; making group work nearly impossible. You will need to be a self-taught learner because you will not be getting any support from your classes.

    Overall Sheridan’s animation program has a reputation that it does not live up to. Anyone looking at animation as a career I would highly caution you before going to this school.

    Overall Score: (1.36/5.00)
  • I am currently a first year ECE student at Sheridan Trafalgar Campus and have been absolutely appalled by the lack of professionalism and intelligence from the professors.
    They began the semester by telling us were all adults and were their equals and will be treated as such. After the first few weeks I noticed they did not truly feel this way. Teachers were rude and seemed highly uneducated / unprofessional. Constant grammar mistakes, inability to explain concepts they were teaching, and a few teachers made me and my peers feel completely belittled.
    The unprofessionalism continued when multiple teachers were constantly late for class. A few of my profs. never replied to any emails that my peers and I sent to them regarding assignments and other course related questions. One prof. didn’t even provide us with a review for the midterm and then wondered why majority of the class failed the exam.
    One of my peers was obviously targeted by a certain teacher who constantly failed her on multiple assignments. When called out for the improper marking, she was quick to fix it before we took it to the academic dean.
    Lastly, the schools site where you pic your courses is constantly having issues, especially on days where we are to pick our next semester classes. The site gets so overwhelmed by how many people are accessing it at once that it will just crash every time you try to log on. When this happened it not only caused me to be late for my morning class since I was trying to build my schedule, but it also caused me to not get into one class that I needed because it filled up. Me being unable to get into this time slot caused me to have to cut down on my hours at work, therefore making paying for tuition that much harder.
    I find this school and this program specifically quite juvenile and would not suggest it to anyone who wants a professional education.

    Overall Score: (2.45/5.00)
  • I took the January Art Fundamentals program and it was bitter sweet. It was about a 50/50 split between teachers that actually did their jobs and other who either completely picked favorites and did not help the other students with any technical work. I was enrolled in the Crafts and Design Textiles program for 2015 but for financial and stress reasons I withdrew my application before the 10th day of class and was SUPPOSED to be refunded the 3,000 some I payed in tuition. I’ve been trying to get through to someone in their financial support but every time they forward my call to the person who’s supposed to take care of it they aren’t in or they don’t pick up. If you want to attend a college/university with the least amount of pretentious staff and admin that actually does their job I would not recommend Sheridan. Its horrible.

    Overall Score: (1.90/5.00)
  • I have spent three years at this campus for Art Fundamentals and Visual and Creative Arts and it really sucked. There was horrible excuses of human beings as classmates and some of the teachers (ex. Art History teacher)seemed to be there to yell at your face for no reason. And by the time I got to 3rd year, the Art Fundamentals program seemed to have finally got there act together when it came to their curriculum, but I wasn’t there anymore to experience it. They said so many times at Open houses that they will help you create great art for your portfolio, but in the end, I’m lucky that 25% of my portfolio came from my art classes. And during the 3rd year of my program, the teachers wanted to focus so much on critical thinking in your art that they no longer cared about if your life drawing and painting skills have improved or not. I ended up fighting with my painting teachers because they yelled at me for no reason or didn’t respond to me back when it came to needing help with an assignment. If you are planning to take Art Fundamentals or Visual and Creative Arts year 2/year 3, rethink your decision.

    Overall Score: (2/5.00)
  • Can anyone shed some light if the electro-mechanical technician course is any good at sheridan?

    Overall Score: (1/5.00)
  • I don’t think so slut

    Overall Score: (1/5.00)
  • Choosing the right destination for studying is an important step in ensuring your future success. I find Sheridan College is a unique place to offer high-class education

    Overall Score: (5/5.00)
  • GREAT INSTITUTE

    Overall Score: (5/5.00)
  • Never fail a class at this school. You are treated very poorly if you do. The office of the registar is useless and if they can find a way to screw you over, they will.

    Overall Score: (3/5.00)
  • The Business courses are very good. The visiting companies are often taking large number of students and course structure is rigorous but after all worthwhile.

    Overall Score: (5/5.00)
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    Overall Score: (2/5.00)

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