Life on campus is safe, convenient and fun. Make Ryerson residence your new home and take advantage of on-side academic support and proximity to the Ryerson community. To learn more about living on campus see Virtual tour or contact Housing and Residence Living at:
The transition from a high school life to an academic environment could be challenging. The Centre for Student Development and Counselling is here to assist students with emerging or persisting personal problems or academic concerns. Students are served free of charge on a confidential basis. If you have an unresolved concern please book an appointment through CSDC reception or call 416.979.5195.
Financial aid is available from various sources: OSAP, loans, scholarships, work – study, bursaries, grants and/or awards. Additionally, the majority of undergraduate students are eligible for a 30% Off Ontario Tuition Grant offered by the Ontario government that will effectively reduce the tuition. For more information please visit Financial Aid and OSAP Website
The Access Centre offers help in building your academic skills such as math, writing or ESL. It is located in the brand new building of Ryerson Student Learning Center at the corner of Yonge and Gould streets.
International students interested in studying at The Ted Rogers School of Retail Management are advised to determine the costs associated with their study, such as the cost of living, tuition and textbooks along with visa requirements by visiting The Government of Canada Website. For more information on what it means to be an international student at Ryerson, please visit the International Student Services Website.
The Mattamy Athletic Centre is a shrine for all sport fans. It features an impressive ice rink, a multipurpose court, several meeting rooms, cafeteria and a fitness centre. As a recognized Ontario Heritage Site, it blends the tradition and innovation in the light of Ryerson University’s transformation.
A unique and eye-catching building of Ryerson Student Learning Centre has irreversible transformed the face of the longest street in the world. Opened in February 2015, the center primarily serves students across departments by offering a dedicated area for silent study or group meetings. Its interconnection with the library building makes the venue a one-time stop for all Ryersonians.
The Ryerson Commerce Society is a home to 29 student Interest Groups and Course Unions. If you are interested in joining an existing student group or starting a new one, please visit The Ryerson Commerce Society Website.
Current students may book break out rooms online for a maximum of three hours per day or six hours a week up to three weeks in advance. For more information and to book a study space visit the Break Out Page.
Tri-Mentoring Program facilitates students' learning, leadership, and employment through mentoring partnership, social activities, and learning support. If you are interested in the program or want to become a mentee please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, phone 416.979.5000 ext. 7988 or visit Trimentoring Website.
The Ted Rogers School of Retail Management offers a free drop-in tutoring. Free tutoring is available for students taking Retail Management courses. For more information about Student Life at Ryerson visit the Student Life website.