Next Examination Period: December 8 - 19, 2015
Schedules coming soon!
Please note: The pulling of fire alarms and/or the false notification of a bomb threat will result in the application of the severest penalties allowed under the Student Code of Conduct.
- You are responsible for ensuring you are in the right place at the right time to write your examination ("exam"). You should check the exam schedule regularly for any changes. The latest updates and revisions to the Examination Schedule will be posted here. Before the examination period, please read the Examination Policy.
- Look carefully at the Examination Schedule to ensure that you have no conflicts in scheduling (i.e., more than one examination scheduled at the same time). Should you discover a time conflict in your examination schedule, you should report it immediately to your program department and your instructors for resolution. The deadline to meet with your professors is March 13, 2015.
Important - Please Note That On:
April 14, 15, 16, 21 and 22 the examination periods are:
8 a.m. - 11 a.m.
12 p.m. (noon) - 2 p.m.
3 p.m. - 6 p.m. and
7 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Saturdays, April 18 and 25, the exam periods are:
9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
4 p.m. - 7 p.m.
All other examination periods are:
8 a.m. - 11 a.m.
11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
3 p.m. - 6 p.m. and
6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
If you are unable to write an exam due to illness or a personal/family emergency, you must notify your instructor and your program department by telephone or e-mail as soon as possible but no later than 72 hours from the start of the exam. You must provide your instructor and your program department with a completed Student Medical Certificate within 72 hours from the start of the missed exam. Have your physician complete the form in as much detail as possible and then provide the completed form to your instructor and your program department.
- All forms of academic dishonesty are considered serious offences within the University community and if you commit such an offence you run the risk of a range of penalties including a failure in the course, a disciplinary notice on your academic record/transcript, a disciplinary suspension, withdrawal or expulsion from the University. It is important that you read and understand the Student Code of Conduct.
- If you are enrolled in any evening sections (701E, 711E, etc.) and the class is not listed on this Examination Schedule, you should confirm the exam date, time and room with your instructor.
- Please note that Room KHW073 is the Lower Gym (West Kerr Hall), GYM is the Upper Gym (West Kerr Hall). Note that a coat and bag check is in KHN1C (Ryerson Theater to Check). Coats can be checked free of charge.
- MTCC is the Metro Toronto Convention Centre
North Building: Halls A, B and C
South Building: Halls D and E
The closest subway station to the MTCC is Union Station. You can then walk indoors using the SKYWALK to the MTCC.
Important: Please arrive 30 minutes prior to the exam start to ensure you have ample time to locate your assigned seat number, secure your belongings and find your seat. Up to 2000 students may be writing an exam at the same time in the same hall. Note that a coat check is available at the MTCC for a fee of $3.00.
- You must be prepared to identify yourself with your Ryerson Photo ID card. If, during the examination period, you do not have your Photo ID card with you for whatever reason, Enrolment Services and Student Fees (POD-64) can give you a temporary ID for one examination period only. You will require identification with your photo before a temporary card can be issued. The re-issue of a lost ID card, etc. is done at the OneCard Office, Room JOR-02, lower ground floor, Jorgenson Hall.
- Rules for proper conduct in exams, and penalties for misconduct, are listed in the Ryerson Student Guide and Examination Policy.It is your responsibility to have read and understood them.
In order to ensure the academic integrity of exams, students are asked to:
- Turn off and place all cell phones, personal audio equipment and other electronic devices in bags
- At the MTCC, KHW073 and Upper Gym: plastic bags will be provided for electronic devices and wallets, etc. The bags must be sealed, placed under the student's chair and returned at the end of the exam.
- Plastic security bags for wallets and electronic devices will also be available on campus in the foyer of the following six buildings: SHE, ENG, VIC, TRSM, KHE (first floor), and at the coat check in KHN1C. These are to be sealed and placed under the student's chair.
- Place all backpacks and other personal belongings in a designated area in the room.
No personal belongings other than those in the security bag can be brought to the exam desk.
- Place student ID on the upper right hand corner of the desk for verification
- Have no pencil cases on desks. (Only writing materials designated by the instructor such as formula sheets and calculators can be on the desk.)
- Have no food during the exam unless medically required (you may bring water into the exam room provided it is in a transparent plastic bottle without labels)
- Remove hats while writing the exam unless required by religious observance
- Conduct the exam in silence
- Be enrolled in the course to write the exam
- Raise their hands to ask a question, use washroom, or request additional supplies
- In the case of an emergency, leave all exam materials on the desk and follow the instructions of the invigilator
- Maintain all academic integrity standards during an exam
- Student may not leave the exam within the first 30 minutes, not enter the exam more than 30 minutes after it has begun or leave the exam within the last 15 minutes
Exam Disruption/Re-Schedule Policy and Procedure
Undergraduate and Graduate Classes:
- An examination session refers to a single time slot, such as Tuesday, 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
- An exam date refers to an entire day of exams (4 time slots: 8 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 3 p.m., and 7 p.m.)
- In the event of a single examination session cancellation, the exam will be re-scheduled the following evening (or two evenings, if required) in the gymnasium.
- A fire alarm normally results in immediate evacuation of the building. The invigilator, in consultation with the course instructor or coordinator, is responsible for making the determination whether the exam can be re-started, or whether a make-up must be scheduled.
It is the instructor's/invigilator's responsibility to make an announcement at the beginning of the exam regarding procedures to be followed in the event of a fire alarm or exam disruption.
- If an exam does not continue after an evacuation, students may confirm the revised time, date and location on RAMSS or the Ryerson main telephone number at 416-979-5000, and follow instructions for Re-Scheduled Exam Information.
- If a make-up exam is required, it will normally be scheduled the evening of the following day, or if necessary, the evening of the second following day, in the gym. If space in the gym is insufficient, alternate arrangements will be made.
If the exam is on the last examination date, it may be necessary to re-schedule the exam after the end of the semester. As noted above, when make-up exams are scheduled, the revised time, date and location will be included on RAMSS and the designated telephone line.
- As noted above, the University will provide students with timely information on any exams that are rescheduled. Information on revised times, dates and locations for exams which must be rescheduled will be available on RAMSS as well as through the main Ryerson telephone number at 416-979-5000.
The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education Classes
Final examinations for courses offered through The Chang School are held in the last class of the semester in the regularly scheduled classroom. Chang School students are expected to be familiar with and comply with all Ryerson University examination policies and procedures, including presentation of photo identification, academic integrity standards, and the Student Code of Conduct.
- Alternate Locations and Dates:
In the event of a disruption of a final exam, The Chang School will have assigned each class either:
- Procedures for Disruption of a Chang School Exam that has Commenced:
Exams may be disrupted by one of the following events and Instructors/invigilators should refer to the appropriate evacuation procedures:
- fire alarm: A fire alarm results in immediate evacuation of the building. If Security determines that the alarm is false, students and instructors/invigilators may re-enter the building and complete the exam. This disruption may take approximately 10 to 15 minutes. If Security advises that the building cannot be re-entered after a fire alarm, students will be advised to either go immediately to the assigned alternate exam location to complete the exam or return on the assigned alternate exam date to write a new exam.
- building evacuation: In the event it becomes necessary to evacuate a building, Security will go from room to room advising instructors/invigilators to evacuate. The instructor/invigilator will either advise students to go immediately to the assigned alternate exam location to complete the exam or return on the assigned alternate exam date to write a new exam. This relocation may take approximately 30 to 45 minutes.
- Communication to Students:
If information regarding a re-scheduled exam is not available at the time of a building evacuation, as soon as the information is available from the Chang School regarding the rescheduling of the exam session (day, date, time, room), probably by the following business day, the information will be added to the Chang School website, www.ryerson.ca/ce. If the information does not appear by the next business day, students may contact the Chang School general telephone number at 416-979-5035.
an alternate exam location where students will complete the interrupted exam. However, if the instructor determines that a new exam must be written, students will be advised to return on an alternate exam date.
an alternate exam date when students will return to a designated classroom to write a new exam. This alternate exam date is necessary because, in the event of a disruption, it is not possible to relocate all exams being written on that night.