The librarians and website of the Ryerson Library are an excellent resource for research, citation and ‘how to’ videos.
SLS offers workshops on a variety of topics designed to help you become more familiar with the essential skills necessary for academic success and allow you to build a foundation for academic skill-building.
The Academic Accommodation Support provides students with disabilities the accommodations and support services needed to achieve academic success.
Provides information, support and workshops on Academic Integrity
The students’ union for full-time graduate and undergraduate students that advocates for student rights and aims to build community on campus.
The students’ union for continuing education, distance education, and part-time undergraduate students, CESAR works to serve and improve student experience while providing cost-saving services, advocacy and events.
The general mission is to promote the emotional and social well-being, academic success and career development of Ryerson students.
Office of the Ombudsperson Website
416-979-5000 ext. 7450
The Office of the Ombudsperson is primarily concerned with ensuring that everyone involved in a dispute is treated fairly and that decisions affecting students are made promptly and fairly. As a beginning point for the effective resolution of concerns and complaints it is very important that those involved understand the issues that are in dispute and the policies, and procedures that are applicable to the particular circumstances.
Consults with the Ryerson community to strategically infuse the values of equity, diversity and inclusion into everything they do. They celebrate and support community members focused on advancing EDI.
Human Rights Services advocates for a community where the dignity of all members are respected and upheld. This office administers the Discrimination and Harassment Policy.
Tri-mentoring Program Website
416-979-5000 ext. 6634
Located in the basement of the POD building (POD 54). The tri-mentoring program aims to assist students at all levels of study in successful achievement of their goals through meaningful relationships with fellow students, industry professionals, and the community at large.
Ryerson University Policy: 61 administers the Student Code of Non-Academic Conduct.
Assists international students by one on one conversation with our international advisors to resolve immigration matters, integration into the Ryerson community through mentorship, cultural programming that celebrates the global perspective and engagement in professional development through the ISSWEP system.
416-979-5000 ext. 6660
Provides services to First Nations, Métis and Inuit students on campus while developing a mutually productive relationship between Ryerson and the Aboriginal community.
Have comprehensive services, workshops and on-line resources for research, writing, group work, and tutoring.