On Wednesday May 21, letters were sent to students by mail (no emails will be sent this year) to inform them if they are eligible to graduate this spring. They will also be sent two guest tickets in the mail. Until that time no one will be told if they are graduating this spring or not.
All information regarding convocation is available through this convocation website.
Convocation ceremonies at Ryerson University are held typically in Spring (June) and Fall (October). Senate awards degrees, diplomas and certificates to students who successfully complete programs as prescribed by Ryerson University.
At Convocation, the University will graduate certificate, undergraduate and graduate students from The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, Faculties of Arts, Communication & Design, Community Services, Engineering, Architecture and Science, the Ted Rogers School of Management, and the School of Graduate Studies.
Spring 2008 Convocation
The convocation ceremonies for Spring 2008 will be held on June 9, 10, 12, 13, 16 and 17, 2008 at the Ryerson Theatre (43 Gerrard Street East). For more detailed information,visit Dates and Deadlines.
The deadline to apply for Spring 2008 Convocation has passed. If you wish to graduate in 2008 you must apply for the Fall 2008 ceremonies (see the section below). For more information about applying and determining your graduation eligibility, visit Curriculum Advising. The application deadline for the Spring 2008 ceremonies was February 22, 2008.
Fall 2008 Convocation
The convocation ceremonies for Fall 2008 will be held on Monday, October 27, and Wednesday, October 29, 2008 at the Ryerson Theatre (43 Gerrard Street East). For more information, please visit Dates and Deadlines.
To graduate in the Fall 2008 Convocation, students can apply to graduate on RAMSS as of June 1, 2008. For more information on applying and determining your graduation eligibility, visit Curriculum Advising. The application deadline for the Fall 2008 ceremonies is July 18, 2008.
Whether you plan on attending your graduation ceremony or not, you must apply to graduate. You must also apply to graduate before you may know if you have successfully completed your spring/summer courses.