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Support Services

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What is Student Learning Support?

Visit the Student Learning Support, opens in new window for free workshops, Writing Support, English Language Support, Academic Accommodation Support and more. The Student Learning Support has an abundance of support services available for students for their academic success at Ryerson University.

Visit the Student Health & Wellness (SHaW) for information on the Medical Centre, Health Information, Counsellor Services, Sexual Violence Support and more.

Centre for Student Development and Counselling (CSDC)

The CSDC offers free and confidential professional counselling for all full and part-time Ryerson students. When you book an appointment at the counselling center you will meet one-on-one with a counsellor who will listen to your concerns, provide immediate support and strategies, and work with you to plan next steps. The CSDC offers individual therapy, group therapy and crisis support.

Please refer to the CSDC website for additional information on the services available to you and operating hours.

For additional mental health support, you can also connect to the following:

  • You can speak with a trained counsellor by phone at any time, by calling the Good2Talk line for post-secondary students at 1-866-925-5454
  • If you are experiencing an emotional crisis, please contact the Gerstein Centre Distress Line at 416-929-5000
  • You may also text 741741 to reach the Ontario Online and Text Crisis Services
  • If you need emergency support please contact 911 or if on campus, contact campus security at 416-979-5040

Visit ThriveRU, opens in new window for resources related to resilience, well-being and thriving in both academic and personal context. ThriveRU supports students on campus by connecting academic success and other elements of a healthy lifestyle, primarily to help students throughout their academic journeys at Ryerson University and beyond.

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