Sheridan College opens pop-up shop in Brampton to support struggling students

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Published November 11, 2021 at 3:23 pm

Sheridan College is opening a pop-up shop at the Hudson’s Bay in the Bramalea City Centre.

The collection ranges from apparel, such as hoodies and T-shirts, to merchandise such as umbrellas and notebooks, and all the profits will go towards Sheridan’s Student Emergency Fund.

The Student Emergency Fund is a resource for students experiencing urgent financial need associated with the pandemic.

“Sheridan is honoured to be a member of the vibrant communities of Oakville, Mississauga and Brampton,” Dr. Janet Morrison, president and vice chancellor for Sheridan College, said in a news release.

“We hope that members of the Sheridan community–whether they’re alumni, students, faculty, or our partners—feel a similar sense of pride to be part of an institution that values collaboration and innovation. Through this collaboration with Hudson’s Bay, our community can feel proud to wear a Sheridan ‘S’ while also supporting students in need,” she said.

The College will also be establishing pop-up shops in the two other cities that have campuses, Oakville and Mississauga, at the Hudson’s Bay in Oakville Place and Square One.

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