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Meet a Canadian Ryerson Student

Welcome!

Choose a date and time to connect with current students for a personalized campus connection. This opportunity will be tailored to how you would like to connect, and what content you would like to talk about. Our Student Ambassadors will come prepared to provide a brief tour, answer your questions, talk about classroom and lab spaces, the best study spots, and anything related to the student experience.

Go through the prompts in our booking platform and let us know which areas you would like covered along with how you would like to connect: phone, live chat or video call.

Important: Student Ambassadors are not admissions experts and cannot answer questions regarding application statuses or the admissions process. The students listed below are in their undergraduate studies and cannot answer graduate program questions.

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Attendees can book in 30 minute increments.

 Not sure what can be covered?

Here are some prompts to help you get started!

  • I’m looking to transfer to Ryerson, how do I know that Ryerson is the best for me?
  • I’ve been accepted to the Hospitality and Tourism program at Ryerson, where is the building where I’ll have my classes?
  • What student supports are available for students?
  • I’ve been considering living in residence, but want to know what it’s like, could you tell me more about the fees?
  • Could I have more information on Indigenous Student Community support on campus?
  • How has COVID-19 impacted your classes and student life?

Student Ambassadors

Student Ambassador Amana.

Amana

These are my pronouns: She/her 

Where I’m from: Toronto, ON

This is my faculty: Community Services

My program is: Nutrition and Food

Pathway: Direct from high school

My campus highlight(s): My favourite spot on campus is the SLC, it has great space to study even, you can even book study space during COVID-19. One of the things I love about school is engaging with Professors, diversity, and exploring downtown Toronto.

My best advice when considering Ryerson: If you love exploring new things, Ryerson is for you!

Student Ambassador Jessica.

Jessica

These are my pronouns: She/her

Where I’m from: Oakville, ON

This is my faculty: The Creative School 

My program is: Journalism

Pathway: Direct from high school

My campus highlight(s): The Student Campus Centre, particularly Oakham Café. It’s a cozy spot to study, hang out with friends and eat amazing food! One of the reasons I like the SCC is because it connects you to a community of students who are engaged and creative, especially during virtual learning! We're always finding new ways to stay connected 

My best advice when considering Ryerson: Always keep an open mind and try new things, your future self will thank you!

Student Ambassador Linda.

Linda

These are my pronouns: She/her

Where I’m from: Brampton, ON

This is my faculty: Community Services

My program is: Urban and Regional Planning

Pathway: University transfer student

My campus highlight(s): My favourite place to get work done is in a cafe or coffee shop so I love getting work done in Balzac's. There's usually a lot of seating available and it's never too loud so I'm able to focus. I also really love their carrot cake and their sparkling lemonade!   

My best advice when considering Ryerson: Explore the city outside of campus! There are so many cool places to check out and lots of things you can learn.

Student Ambassador Maddy.

Maddy

These are my pronouns: She/her

Where I’m from: Brantford, ON

This is my faculty: The Creative School

My program is: Professional Communication

Pathway: University transfer student

My campus highlights: My favourite spot on campus is the second floor of the RCC. There are a bunch of communal tables, making it a great place to study, hang out with some friends, and people watch. The RCC's creative atmosphere inspires me to work harder and think bigger.

My best advice when considering Ryerson: Think about what you want out of your education and choose what will make you happy.

Student Ambassador Nikesha.

Nikesha

These are my pronouns: She/her

Where I’m from: Scarborough, ON

This is my faculty: Ted Rogers School of Management

My program is: Business Management

Pathway: Direct from high school

My campus highlight(s): My favourite spot on campus is Ted Rogers School of Management because the building is very modern, easy to access from the Eaton Centre, and there are many businesses as well as restaurants around. I love being able to go to events like Frosh week or Orientation and not knowing everyone but still feeling a strong sense of community and being able to foster connections, even in online settings.

My best advice when considering Ryerson: Reach out, connect to current students, and visit campus to see if you can picture yourself being happy at RU.

Student Ambassador Nujaimah

Nujaimah

These are my pronouns: She/her

Where I’m from: Scarborough, ON

This is my faculty: Engineering and Architectural Science

My program is: Computer Engineering

Pathway: Direct from High School 

My campus highlights: Kerr Quad is a beautiful green space to relax in between classes, hang out with friends, and enjoy a nice view of the CN tower! One of the best things about being at Ryerson is getting to explore the city downtown in between classes and meeting new people and friends. 

My best advice when considering Ryerson: There are lots of amazing opportunities at RU so always try to take advantage of them and don't be afraid to step out of your comfort zone!

Student Ambassador Raveena.

Raveena

These are my pronouns: She/her

Where I’m from: Mississauga, ON

This is my faculty: Science

My program is: Biology

Pathway: Direct from high school

My campus highlight(s): My favourite spot on campus is the SLC, especially the sixth Floor (The Beach). It’s a fun place to hang out and relax with your friends! What I love the most about campus is getting out of my comfort zone and meeting new people who have became lifelong friends

My best advice when considering Ryerson: Get involved and get out of your comfort zone, you will not regret your time here.