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Sheridan Supports and Services


Finding a place to live is an essential part of being able to succeed at Sheridan.  You have lots of different options when it comes to finding and keeping safe and comfortable housing. If you are looking for some guidance and support, reach out to and they can help!

Living On Campus

Residence can be a great balance between affordable, modern living with the conveniences of living on-campus! Spots fill up early so be sure to apply early. For more information on residence, visit Student Housing on Sheridan Centre. 

Living Off Campus

There’s lots to consider before deciding where to live. Luckily, we’ve created a full list of resources to help you as you go through the process of finding the safest, best place for you to live.  Use the FREE Sheridan housing resources to:

  • Get access to tools that can help first-time renters
  • Look up housing postings around each of the three campuses
  • Find out what to look for to make sure you stay safe while looking and living in your new space

Emergency Housing/Shelter

For immediate temporary emergency housing, please reach out to one of the shelters below. If you need support, please contact Student Advisement at


Davis Campus & Hazel McCallion Campus


Peel Region

Trafalgar Campus


Halton Region

  • General Shelter:
    • Lighthouse Shelter (16 year(s) and up) – 905-339-2918

  • For Abused women and their dependent children only:
    • Halton Women’s Place (18 year(s) and up)
      • Burlington Shelter – 905-332-1593
      • Milton Shelter – 905-878-8970

  • Supports for youth, adults and families at risk of homelessness or episodic homelessness:
    • Wesley Housing Services – 905-528-5629