What you need to access campus
The beginning of the fall 2021 semester is just around the corner, with orientation activities officially underway! While the fall will be a transition semester as the university works towards a broader return, we’re looking forward to the increase of activity and energy on campus.
We appreciate the community’s commitment to adhering to the health and safety requirements and guidelines below, and ask that members of the university community continue to engage each other with empathy and patience as we transition to broader on-campus activities.
6 requirements to access campus this fall
Voluntary COVID-19 rapid antigen testing available on campus
In addition to the required rapid antigen testing program for those who are not vaccinated, we are pleased to offer voluntary COVID-19 testing to vaccinated community members participating in higher risk activities, such as living in residence or participating in athletics. Voluntary testing is an added layer of protection that complements the various health and safety precautions already in place. Learn more about voluntary testing available on campus.
For more information
To learn more about requirements for accessing campus during the fall 2021 semester, as well as health and safety guidelines, please visit Ryerson’s COVID-19 Information and Updates website.
Support continues to be available for our community
It’s been a long time since we’ve been able to gather, and this has been an extended period of uncertainty and change, which is likely to continue. A number of supports continue to be in place to support those coming to campus, as well as those continuing to study and work remotely. Students can learn more about services available to them through Student Wellbeing. Employees are encouraged to review the resources made available on the COVID-19 website regarding wellbeing, as well as the Ryerson Recharge campaign.