Imagine walking downtown in Canada's 6th largest city surrounded by event venues
like Celebration Square, The Living Arts Centre, City Hall, a transit hub, and Sheridan
College, and still be able to relax under a tree, or walk barefoot on the grass. In the City of
Mississauga, it's a reality come true.
Scholars' Green is an urban green space located at Sheridan College's new campus in downtown
Mississauga, serving as a public park and academic common. Not only is it a complement to the
City of Mississauga and the residents of the downtown, it's a wonderful addition for the
students, faculty and staff at Sheridan. The new modern outdoor space now functions as a place
for passive recreation with outdoor cafĂ© areas, grass quadrangles and chess tables. This is
just one example of how building great spaces will move us closer to the downtown envisioned in
In 2012, Scholars' Green won an Award of Excellence from the Mississauga Urban Design
Awards. This prestigious prize recognizes the efforts of the partnership for their commitment
to the environment, design and the inclusion of sustainable material and green technologies.The
landscape is as visually impressive as it is inviting with trees, a pavilion with a gathering
area and public squares.
Master Plan outlines plans for the development of new public spaces in the downtown to
serve as a platform for a range of community activities and social uses.
Learn more about Scholars'
Green and Sheridan's Phase
II Campus Building to be located north of Square One Drive.