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Ryerson University will be recognizing the academic achievement of spring graduates with a virtual celebration on June 30. More information will be coming soon about some engaging and innovative virtual programming.

Ryerson Postponing Spring 2020 Convocation:

Ryerson University has made the difficult decision to postpone all spring 2020 convocation ceremonies in order to support physical distancing measures and to help prevent further spread of COVID-19. 

To stay up to date on new developments, please refer to the Graduation and Convocation section of Ryerson’s central COVID-19 website as this situation continues to evolve.

About the Ceremonials Office

The Ceremonials Office is at the helm of organizing convocation for all students, faculty and staff at Ryerson University. Ceremonies are held each spring and fall at the Mattamy Athletic Centre.

Convocation is one of the most important celebrations in a student’s life. It is a time to recognize successful years of study and dedication, and an opportunity to celebrate this achievement with family and friends. It is a formal acknowledgement of each student’s development and a time to reflect on accomplishments. Ryerson University has always taken great pride in its convocation ceremonies. Filled with symbolism and tradition, convocation is the capstone of a student’s academic experience., opens in new window

KHS-47, opens in new window  40 Gould Street
Toronto, Ontario*
*Note that this is not the address where convocation ceremonies take place.

Please visit our FAQ page as your questions may be answered there.

Media Queries  

For media inquiries concerning convocation ceremonies and Honorary Doctorates, please contact Media Relations, opens in new window 