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Monday, 23 March 2015

Sheridan College: Flow Chart Edition

Hi everyone,

Today, I thought I would make some helpful flow charts for anyone interested in what student life is like. Please take a look, and be honest! These charts are extremely well-constructed, and if used properly, can tell you everything you need to know about life at Sheridan College in the postgraduate advertising program.

You always have media homework.

It's difficult to get around without a parking pass. If you're unfortunate enough to be parking off-campus, make sure it's somewhere that hasn't ticketed or towed in living memory. If you're me, this won't matter and you will get towed anyways.

There are so many different roles you can play within the advertising world. If you're willing to work hard, you can go far in this industry.

When it comes to getting involved in extra-curricular activities, you should take every opportunity that comes your way. Unless, of course, it's going to be literal torture to show up.

You're going to be very, very busy if you enrol in an advertising program.

You cannot eat in the learning commons.

The point here is that everyone should think about enrolling in a postgraduate program. There's always value in gaining a few extra skills, and having a certificate can't hurt your job prospects. If I've learned anything from this year at Sheridan College, it's that a postgraduate program can benefit anyone, from any background, at any stage in their life.

And finally...the mammoth:

I hope these flow charts have been helpful. Now, I'm wondering what I can learn from you. What is student life like for you? Have you ever been towed from the plaza across the street? Have you ever tried to eat in the learning commons? Please leave your comments below.


  1. Very informative. I especially like the Media Flowchart. Is there a way we can confirm it's accuracy?

    1. As a participant in the program, I can confirm the correctness of these flow charts. Particularly the media flow chart.

      I hope this helps user Colin.

      - Thanks

  2. Hi Colin,

    I'm going to conduct some extensive PMB research to determine the average work load of a media student in the past 7 days. I will get back to you with a rationale for the flow chart by the end of the day.

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  4. After reviewing data from 2015 PMB Database, the index of 200 displayed that media students are 100% more likely to get media homework in the past 7 days.

  5. Thank you everyone for your research contributions. We really pulled together as a team on this one.