Sheridan College has definitely seen it’s share of changes over the last few months. More students than ever are living on campus, enrollments last fall were up over 20%, and now the college will lose its president before the spring semester starts. Compared to last year at this time spring enrollments are already up 14%. Admissions Director Zane Garstad says those who are waiting to register may find it very hard to get the classes they want or need.
The high enrollments and tight budgets have combined to make some course sections fill so fast.
One option local students don’t usually consider is taking online courses at Sheridan College. Online courses also have limited space available but they might be a good alternative to help free up conflicting class schedules.
Due to the high demand for classes this spring, people interested in enrolling for next semester are encouraged to do so before the holidays.