Ryerson University recognized the academic achievement of spring graduates with a virtual celebration on June 30. Learn more about the 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.
Ryerson Postponing Spring 2020 Convocation Ceremonies
The university has been following the advice and guidance of public health agencies and government directives on social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We are taking this and other precautionary steps to ensure the continued health and safety of all members of our community.
Yes. If you have applied to graduate, and have completed your program requirements successfully, you will still graduate and be awarded your degree/certificate. Your confirmed eligibility will be emailed to you by Curriculum Advising. This email will include a link to register.
Yes. Students who have applied to graduate and have completed their program requirements successfully will still graduate and be awarded their degrees/certificates.
Graduating students will still have the opportunity to cross the convocation stage. Once plans for future convocation ceremonies are finalized, the university will reach out to invite graduates to participate.