You are now in the main content area

Can I still come to campus?

Students will not have access to campus buildings, unless required for critical SRC activity in research labs. If you need to enter a building, please contact Ryerson Security to discuss whether access may be granted under exceptional circumstances.

For employees, if you have OneCard access to a building or space, your OneCard access will be maintained, however we ask that you do not come to campus unless absolutely necessary. Please inform Security if you are entering a campus building for your safety, as most buildings will be empty.

A message from President Mohamed Lachemi

The optimistic and energetic spirit of our students, faculty and staff has never been more needed, and has never been more evident than right now.

Thanks to the goodwill and resilience of our community, we are making certain that our students are supported, our courses continue to be delivered, and the important work of our university continues. The temporary adjustments are not ideal, and will need constant attention and refinement, but thankfully innovation and flexibility are very much in Ryerson’s comfort zone.

How proud I am of our community -- from individual acts of selflessness and compassion to the flexibility and creativity demonstrated by schools, departments and administrative units, Ryersonians are stepping up. It is why serving as president of this university is such an honour.

There is uncertainty ahead, but we will meet it head on -- and come through it -- by working together, looking out for each other and responding to change with understanding and resolve. We are committed to keeping you informed of developments related to our community through this site, and by connecting directly with you via email and our social media channels.

My deepest gratitude to each of you. Be safe. I wish you and your loved ones good health. And thank you for making Ryerson such a wonderful place.

Ryerson community updates 