The School of Image Arts (IMA) contains a full range of production facilities. These include computer labs equipped with a range of software, black and white darkrooms, nonlinear editing suites, a sound stage and lighting studio.
The Ryerson Image Centre (RIC) exists for the research, teaching and exhibition of photography and related media. We are an active partner within the academic fabric of Ryerson University, the cultural network of greater Toronto, and the national and international artistic community.
The Academic Integrity Office (AIO) exists to ensure that PDF filePDF filePolicy 60: Academic Integrity is carried out in a fair and transparent way and to provide educational resources to the Ryerson community regarding academic integrity and misconduct. The AIO provides guidance and support to students and decision makers and ensures that all parties are aware of their rights and responsibilities. The AIO is neutral with respect to all cases and is neither an advocate for students or faculty nor a decision-maker in the process.
The Ryerson library provides students with access to hundreds of books, journals, film and video, and on-line academic databases. As well as, Technology & Tools through the Digital Media Experience Lab (DME) technology equipment facility.
Through the RACER interlibrary loan system, Ryerson students also have access to material from research libraries throughout North America.
The Ryerson Library Digital Repository is a space for collecting, preserving, and providing online access to research and teaching materials created by the Ryerson community. Content is openly available to anyone on the web. You can find theses, dissertations, articles, technical reports, working papers, conference papers, etc. within the collection.
The Ryerson ServiceHub is your front-line service centre for the Office of the Registrar, including support for undergraduate admissions, fees, financial assistance, RAMSS support, exams, class schedules, Chang School course enrolment, applying to graduate and more.
The Student Success Centre helps students navigate services across The Creative School and Ryerson.
The Centre for Student Development and Counselling (CSDC) offers free, confidential counselling services in a professional and friendly environment. Services are provided by a team of psychologists, social workers, psychotherapists and counselling interns.
Services, programs and resources are intended to assist students not only to solve immediate problems, but also to define their personal, educational and career goals, and to acquire the self-confidence and transferable skills necessary for professional success and individual growth. Services are provided on a one-to-one basis or in a group format.
The Medical Centre is a medical clinic which provides currently registered Ryerson students, staff and faculty, with a wide range of medical services that you would normally expect to receive from your family physician. This includes the treatment of illnesses, such as colds or the flu, to routine examinations like annual physicals and internal examinations. You must book an appointment to see the doctor.
Student Learning Support (SLS) is a group of services and programs aimed at helping students engage more effectively in their academic studies. We teach essential academic skills and study techniques that help students to more effectively express their intelligence, apply their knowledge and communicate their ideas.
Visit SLS on the 4th floor of the Student Learning Centre at the corner of Yonge and Gould Streets. Contact our main office at 416.598.5978 or by email email@example.com.
X Graduate Students’ Union are a membership-driven union, representing over 2500 full-time and part-time graduate students at X University. We are dedicated to supporting your graduate journey through offering services such as health and dental coverage, funding for course unions and hosting events to build a community on campus.
Your health and dental plan offers comprehensive benefits, ranging from drug, paramedical, dental, vision, trip, and accidental. If you are registered for both the Fall and Winter sessions of the academic year, you are covered from September 1 to August 31. If you are registered to begin your studies in the Winter session of the academic year, you are covered from January 1 to August 31.
Zone Learning is for anyone who wants to get practical experience in what it takes to build an initiative/venture from the ground-up. You can initiate your own projects or contribute to existing ventures involving faculty, business and community partners. As a graduate student, collaborate with potential users on highly practical applications of your research.
Ryerson has 10 zones, each focuses on a specific industry and offers students access to resources and mentors.
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The Yeates School of Graduate Studies (YSGS) website contains important information that as a Graduate Student is your responsibility to know.
The Graduate Student Guide is the official companion to Ryerson's Graduate Calendar. This online guide summarizes the policies, fees, procedures and services you’ll need to know as a Ryerson graduate student.