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Review your Transfer Credit report
About Your Transfer Credit Report
General
  • Your Transfer Credit Report displays all official transfer credit statuses such as Granted, Denied and Pending (No Rule)   
  • The Course Credits section of the Report is where equivalent Ryerson courses are posted as credits
  • The Comments section may include relevant comments about your application, including denied reasons
  • Frequently check your Transfer Credit Report for updates as you will not be notified via email

 

Undergraduate Students

  • Results of applications using courses from most Canadian institutions will appear within 5 business days (after May 1 for upcoming Fall admits).
  • Pending transfer credit status will not appear for international and some Canadian courses.  Granted and Denied statuses will be posted to the report once an assessment is completed by faculty – this may take up to 8 weeks from the date a complete application is received.

 

Chang School Certificate and Graduate Students

  • Granted and Denied statuses will be posted to the report once an assessment is completed by faculty – this may take up to 8 weeks from the date a complete application is received.
How to View My Transfer Credit Report
I received a Transfer Credit for a course that I’m currently enrolled in. What should I do?
  • It is your responsibility to adjust your course schedule immediately after receiving your transfer credits results.  
  • Refer to the 'Significant Dates and Deadlines' section on the right for add and drop deadline dates.
  • For options on course planning and enrolment adjustments contact your program advisor
What is a Generic Transfer Credit?

When an incoming course is assessed for equivalency, normally a specific Ryerson course is established as equivalent transfer credit.  In circumstances where a specific transfer credit cannot be established, sometimes a generic transfer credit is established as equivalent transfer credit.             

Generic transfer credits are categorized into three categories;

  1. Generic Liberal Studies Credits – These credits may be applied towards your liberal studies requirement and are indicated as;
    • GEN LLS - Lower Level Liberal Studies (Table A)
    • GEN LL2 - 2 Lower Level Liberal Studies (Table A)
    • GEN ULS - Upper Level Liberal Studies (Table B)
    • Gen UL2 - 2 Upper Level Liberal Studies (Table B)                 
  2. Subject Specific Generic Credits – With the approval of your program department, these credits may be applied towards your Professional, Professionally-Related or Open elective requirement.  These credits are indicated as SOC GEN, PSY GEN, MKT GEN, etc.
  3. Professionally-Related Generic Credit – May be applied towards your Professionally-Related requirement.  With the approval of your program department, these credits may also be applied towards your Open elective requirement.  These credits are indicated as PRE GEN

Refer to Determine Credit Applicability section for more information

Courses you completed more than 10 years ago
  • Courses completed over 10 years ago require individual faculty evaluation. 
  • If you applied via RAMSS, wait until your applications are processed and use the link in your acknowledgement email to upload the original course outline for evaluation. 
  • These courses may have the prefix ‘OLD’ added to the course code.
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Mailing Address:

Ryerson University
Transfer Credit Unit, POD-363
350 Victoria Street
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
M5B 2K3

Hours:

Monday to Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Contact:

Phone: 416-598-5959
Fax: 416-979-5207
email: tcredits@ryerson.ca

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