myFinances: Academic Fees; Sheridan Awards & Bursaries; Tuition Receipts

Fees & Finances

Education is an investment in your future. Shortage of funds should not prevent you from benefiting. We can help you secure the funds you need - every year Sheridan awards over $4 million in bursaries, scholarships and awards that are in addition to government funding.

  • Academic Fees
  • Awards & Bursaries
  • Academic Awards
  • T2202 Tax Certificate
  • Government Assistance

2020-2021 Academic Fees Information

Fall 2020

In recognition of the ongoing financial strain caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Sheridan is offering a payment plan to new and returning domestic students and returning international students who are studying either full-time or part-time in the Fall term.

The payment plan option should be available in myStudent Centre in July.

For students who enroll in the regular 13-week term (September 14 - December 18), the Payment Plan is as follows:

  • 50% of Fees will be due by September 28, 2020
  • 25% of Fees will be due by October 13, 2020
  • Balance Outstanding will be due by October 30, 2020

For students who take courses only in 6A Compressed Session (September 14 - October 23), the Payment Plan is as follows:

  • 50% of Fees will be due by September 28, 2020
  • Balance Outstanding will be due by October 13, 2020

Students receiving OSAP

 If you are enrolled in the Fall term and receiving OSAP, Sheridan will receive your fee payment directly from OSAP by October 30, 2020. Any shortfall or outstanding Fall fees must be paid by October 30, 2020.

OSAP students not enrolled in the payment plan will have to pay full fees by October 30, 2020.


2019-2020 Academic Fees Information

In recognition of the ongoing financial strain caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Sheridan is offering a payment plan to new and returning domestic students and returning international students who are studying either full-time or part-time in the Spring/Summer term.

For students who enroll in the regular 13-week term (May 19-August 14), the Payment Plan is as follows:

  • 50% of Fees will be due by June 2, 2020
  • 25% of Fees will be due by June 12, 2020
  • Balance Outstanding will be due by July 17, 2020

For students who take courses only in 6A Compressed Session (May 19 - June 26), the Payment Plan is as follows:

  • 50% of the Students Fees will be due by June 2, 2020
  • Balance Outstanding will be due by June 19, 2020

Students receiving OSAP

 If you are enrolled in the Spring/Summer term and receiving OSAP, Sheridan will receive your fee payment directly from OSAP by June 24, 2020. Any shortfall or outstanding Spring/Summer fees must be paid by July 17, 2020.

OSAP students not enrolled in the payment plan will have to pay full fees by June 24, 2020.

The payment plan option should be available in myStudent Centre on May 19.


International Students

International Students Refund Request Forms


Fee estimates

Your fee estimate itemizes the fees charged for your program. Students with outstanding charges or other indebtedness will not be eligible to return to Sheridan until all amounts owed have been paid. Payment by the deadline will reserve your seat in a program, allow you to continue in class, write examinations, receive reports, and maintain academic evaluation.

Accessing Your Fee estimate

Go to myfees.sheridancollege.ca and log-in with your Sheridan credentials to view your fee estimate.


Account Summary

To view your Account Summary:

  • Log into myStudent Centre
  • Under the Finances section, open the drop down menu and select "View Account Summary". Click (>>)
  • Select the appropriate term.
  • You can see a detailed breakdown of your account activity by clicking on the "View Account Detail" link

How to view your Account Summary



 

Tax Receipts

Students could receive a tax credit for tuition fees, education and textbook costs, provided they have a completed Tuition, Education and Textbook Amounts Certificate (T2202). T2202s are available via myStudent Centre. T2202s are published each year towards the end of February.

See T2202 Tax Credits on the Sheridan website for more details.

Questions About Fees?

Send email to studentfees@sheridancollege.ca or call 905-845-9430, ext. 2277.

Sheridan Awards & Bursaries

Scholarships, bursaries and awards are available to students enrolled in post-secondary programs at Sheridan. Sheridan College students can access over $6 million in financial assistance through more than 7,000 Scholarships, Awards and Bursaries.

The eligibility criteria vary for each award. In addition, external awards are available from sources outside Sheridan which may include corporate, private or community organizations.

For complete details, see the Financial Aid & Awards page on the Sheridan website.

General Online Awards Application

Complete the general awards application at myStudent Centre and have your profile matched to dozens of Sheridan scholarship and bursary opportunities! You will receive email when a new opportunity that fits your profile is posted. This will also be your notice to apply for that award.

Click here for more information on the General Online Awards Application.

More Information

For more information about awards, scholarships and bursaries, email student.awards@sheridancollege.ca or visit any of the Financial Aid & Awards Offices at any of Sheridan's campuses for assistance:

  • Trafalgar campus: D100
  • Davis campus: B212i
  • HMC campus; A-Wing Welcome Desk

Academic Awards

Sheridan presents over 600 Academic Awards to students demonstrating outstanding academic achievement. Faculty members nominate students for these awards which are presented annually at an awards ceremony. Students are notified by their faculty if they have been chosen as the recipient of an academic award.

T2202 Tax Receipt

Students could receive a tax credit for tuition fees, education and textbook costs, provided they have a completed Tuition, Education and Textbook Amounts Receipt (T2202). 

T2202s are published each year, at end of February, in myStudent Centre.

Access your T2202
To view and print your T2202 please follow these instructions:

  1. Go to myStudent Centre
  2. In the ‘Finances’ section, select ‘view my T2202’,from the drop down menu and click on the ‘>>’ go button,
  3. At 'Available PDFs' click on the down arrow and select the appropriate year
  4. Click on the yellow button 'View T2202'

In order to read and print your T2202, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. This browser plug-in can be downloaded from www.adobe.com. Click on “Get Adobe Reader” and follow the instructions for downloading.

Print your T2202
To print your T2202, click on the Print button on the Adobe Acrobat Reader (do not click on the print button on the browser). Once you have printed the T2202, click the back button.
If after printing your T2202 you have questions regarding your dollars or months entitlement, for Oakville call 905 845-9430, for Brampton call 905 459-7533. Choose option 4 for post secondary inquiries and option 3 for part time or continuing education inquiries.

Lost/ forgotten Sheridan username and passwords
You will need to enter your Sheridan username and password to access myStudent Centre. For assistance with your username and password visit: https://it.sheridancollege.ca/service-catalogue/accounts/student-accounts.html


Government Assistance

Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP)

OSAP is a financial aid program that can make it easier for students and families to afford college or university. 

The program offers funding for school through two kinds of assistance: 

  • Grants: money you don’t have to pay back
  • Student loan: money you need to repay

Funding is available for both full and part-time postsecondary students, and is based on a number of factors, including your family income.

When making your OSAP application, we urge you to scan and upload your documents to OSAP directly. This is the quickest way to get your application processed and can shave weeks off of processing times.

See the OSAP web page on the Sheridan website for application information, deadline dates, and more.

Out of Province Loans

If you are an out-of-province student attending Sheridan and wish to apply for government funding, you will need to apply through your home province.