sheridan college campus student centerExperience Thorne-Rider Campus Center
Opened in 2014, the Sheridan College Thorne-Rider Campus Center features a variety of food court-style dining options, including brickoven pizza, activity rooms, pool tables and bleacher-style seating, ideal for the renowned musicians, comedians and entertainers who come to campus throughout the year.

Living on Campus
College is about more than taking classes. It’s also a time to meet lifelong friends, join activities, and for some students, it’s a chance to live on their own for the first time. Students who live in the residence halls are closer to their classes and campus resources. Campus residents are also more involved in student life activities and often have *higher GPAs than students living off campus.

See also: Department of Residential Education and Housing and Apply for Housing

*Benefits to Living on Campus

Residence Hall Students:

  • Are provided a higher level of safety and security than living off campus
  • Have a substantially better chance of graduating
  • Have increased feelings of self-confidence and popularity
  • Are overall more satisfied with their college experience
  • Get more involved with campus activities, gaining leadership skills
  • Show greater gains in artistic interests and interpersonal self-esteem

Types of Residence Halls
Our residence environment enhances our students’ development of life skills and independence while also providing for basic needs of safety, comfort, and community. SC offers a wide range of affordable housing options. You can choose a single or double room, as well as rooms with private baths, apartments or lofts.

See also: Residence Hall Descriptions and Room and Board Rates

*Based on studies done by Fleming (1984) and Nobel (1985)