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There are lots of ways for you to get involved in academic and social activities on campus. Contact Student Community Life for a complete list of all of Ryerson's groups and clubs.

Student teams in the Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science have a history of winning many national and international competitions. Please contact your program department or the Ryerson Engineering Student Society (RESS) if you are interested in joining a team.

Ryerson engineering students took first place in the junior design category at the 2013 Ontario Engineering Competition.

Civil engineering students on Ryerson's concrete toboggan team slid into first place at the 2012 Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race in Edmonton, Alberta. The team also won fastest run rime, top speed, best performance, the sustainability award, and the most original and innovative design.

Electrical engineering students Elmer Atagu and Igor Ivanecky placed second in Minerva Canada's James Ham Safe Design Competition in 2012. The pair designed a driver alertness monitoring system using a dashboard-mounted camera, infra-red LED lamps and a smartphone.

Join in the fun during the Ryerson Engineering Student Society's annual purpling - a longstanding engineering tradition across the country that demonstrates solidarity and engineering spirit.

The Ryerson Rams Robotics student team uses engineering design and modern technology to build robots. The team hopes to show the Ryerson community and the world what Ryerson can do on the world stage this year at the VEX World Championships.

The Thrill Club is a multidisciplinary student group that applies human factors engineering and ergonomics to enhance amusement rides and attractions for safety and enjoyment.

Get involved!

RESS

The Ryerson Engineering Student Society (RESS) offers many academic and extra-curricular activities throughout the year, starting with Frosh Week. Join in the RESS fun with the annual purpling – a longstanding engineering tradition across the country that demonstrates solidarity and engineering spirit.

Get in the Zone!

Engineering Student Design Zone

Newly opened in March 2013, the Engineering Student Design Zone provides 3,000 square-feet of space for students to work on their design projects, and collaborate with students from the various engineering disciplines.