An Ontario college fosters social interaction among commuter students with a new recreation hub

In a typical residential university setting social interactions usually happen beyond the classroom: in the hallways of dormitories, over a meal in the dining center, or while studying in the library. Commuter campuses, like residential university settings, are similarly abuzz during the day. However, the flurry of students filters out by the evening hours, and opportunities to foster social interaction are far less, a challenge further exacerbated by the pandemic and remote learning. Sheridan College’s Hazel McCallion Campus in the lakefront city of Mississauga, Ontario, has strived to change this narrative with a new building dedicated to promoting social and physical wellbeing.

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