You must be vaccinated to access campus
Effective Monday, October 18, individuals accessing campus or in-person university activities off-campus must be fully vaccinated or have received an approved exemption from the university. Individuals who have approved exemptions are still required to participate in the Rapid Antigen Testing Program.
The university has implemented a number of health and safety protocols and requirements to protect the health and safety of our community. If you’re planning to visit campus, please review what you need to access campus.
A message from President Mohamed Lachemi
The Ryerson community is meeting the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic challenge with a spirit of innovation, collaboration and the need to put the safety and wellbeing of our community at the forefront of all that we do.
Collectively, the Ryerson community has come together to make every effort to ensure that our students and faculty are supported, our programs continue to be delivered, and that SRC activities and the important work of the university continues.
No doubt, this is a trying time for us all. However the flexibility, resilience and determination of our community has been remarkable.
The majority of our courses are being offered virtually for the time being, with as many on campus activities as provincial and public health guidelines permit, along with an array of online extra-curricular programming and academic supports. With the safety and well being of our community our top priority, the university continues to follow the advice and direction of government and health authorities.
On these pages you will find details of supports and programming in place to help our students succeed and adapt to a different kind of learning environment. Additional information is also available on each faculty’s website.
My heartfelt gratitude to every member of our community. Working together with goodwill we will continue to adapt and innovate to create the best possible experience for our students.