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Where form meets function: the Ted Rogers School of Management

The Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University is home to six schools of management studies, two MBA degrees, one Masters of Management Science degree and 12 research centres and institutes.

Reflecting the diversity and innovation of its surroundings, the Ted Rogers School of Management (TRSM) is located in the heart of downtown Toronto at Bay and Dundas. Steps to the heart of the business district and Yonge-Dundas Square, one of Toronto’s downtown urban spaces, TRSM is uniquely connected to the diverse community that surrounds it.

Photo Gallery

135 and 200-seat classrooms

Advanced Computer labs

Computer Lab

Breakout Rooms

Study Room

In-House Kitchen

TRSM Kitchen

RU Dining - TRS Commons

Event Room

Spacious Study Spaces

Many students study in the hallway of TRSM

Academic Year (September to April):

  • Monday to Friday - 7:00am to 11:00pm
  • Saturday - 7:00am to 8:00pm
  • Sunday - 10:00am to 8:00pm

Summer (May to August):

  • Monday to Thursday: 7:00 am to 10:00 pm
  • Friday: 7:00 am to 6:30 pm
  • Saturday and Sunday: Closed

55 Dundas Street West
(between Bay Street and Yonge Street)
Toronto, ON, M5G 2C5
(416) 979-5000

For students travelling from across the GTA, there is easy access to and from the Ted Rogers School of Management from Dundas subway station, Union subway station, Dundas streetcars, street level and the Toronto Eaton Centre.

Ted Rogers School of Management
Ryerson University
350 Victoria Street, Toronto, ON, M5B 2K3

Holiday Closures

Click http://ryerson.ca/currentstudents/importantdates/index.html for all the closures that will take place during the 2016-2017 academic year.

Breakout Room Booking

Breakout rooms are perfect for group study and discussion. They can be booked for a maximum of 3 hours per day, to a maximum of 6 hours per week.

About the Building

The Ted Rogers School of Management is housed in a 210, 000 square-foot building with floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook a courtyard with an urban garden in the interior of the building. Providing the perfect backdrop for learning, the courtyard allows for natural light to flood all three floors at all hours of the day. All exterior classrooms and faculty offices overlook Yonge-Dundas Square and Toronto’s dynamic downtown core.

The design of the Ted Rogers School of Management building mirrors the diverse management programs offered, and the various teaching styles and technology provide a rigorous, relevant and innovative learning environment.

Features include:500-seat auditorium

  • 135 and 200-seat classrooms
  • Tiered classrooms and case rooms
  • Research labs and advanced technological computer labs
  • 50 and 100-seat workrooms
  • 11 total breakout rooms (nine available to all and two exclusive to the MBA degree)
  • Club/association offices
  • Study spaces that overlook the centre courtyard
  • Accessible bathrooms on each floor that are not gender-specific – the Ted Rogers School of Management is the only building on campus to offer these
  • 227 access points on ceilings all over the Ted Rogers School of Management, which has made the building’s Wi-Fi faster and more reliable
  • All catering is done in-house for events on the Ted Rogers School of Management campus
  • RU Dining, which operates out of the Cara Commons, is a student-run dining room serving lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout the semester

Throughout the year, particularly May to August, many meeting rooms and spaces also become available for corporate or associate group rental.

Environmental
  • Designed with its carbon footprint in mind, the building is one of the few properties in Toronto using the energy efficient Enwave stream and deep lake water cooling system
  • In the cold winter months, the building is part of a district steam energy system
  • In the warmer months, water from Lake Ontario is used to cool the building
  • The ground-breaking alternative heating and cooling system significantly reduces the carbon dioxide emissions and energy consumption of the building
  • The Ted Rogers School of Management uses an organic recycling and waste diversion program to reduce its adverse environmental impact
  • The building is the second on the Ryerson University campus to go entirely water bottle free, with water-fill stations available for public use on all floors
  • Motion sensors are installed in all classroom and offices to turn off the lights when rooms are empty
Health, Safety and Security

The Department of Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) and Security integrates, coordinates and guides the efforts of the community in ensuring everyone feels safe and acts in a way that promotes the university’s culture, mission and objectives positively.

Key areas to help with personal safety include the Walk Safe Program, which provides the Ryerson University community a protected escort – security officer or supervisor – 24 hours a day to any location on the Ryerson campus, to Dundas subway or to parking lots located off-campus.

Other Important Information
  • There are two Tim Hortons, located on the 7th and 9th floors
  • Photocopiers are on the 9th floor North side and 7th floor South side
  • There is a printing station on the 8th floor, accessible with a OneCard
  • Five information monitors are displayed throughout the building with information updated on a regular basis
  • In case of emergency, there is an eye wash station in the prep kitchen
  • Students and guests have free access to Ryerson wireless network from anywhere in the building
Accessibility

The Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University is committed to ensuring that the building is barrier free and the physical environment and public spaces are accessible to all.

If elevators at the main entrance are out of service please contact:

Security (after hours):

Campus Facilities and Sustainability Help Desk: