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Future Students

Future Students

Current Students

Current Students

Off-Campus Housing

Off-Campus Housing

Summer Housing

Summer Housing

Why Live in Residence?

Support

Support

From our upper-year student leaders who are supervised by professional staff who life and work in residence, you will receive support in every facet of your Residene Life experience. These positions are developed to build community, introduce strangers who may become friends, and ensure you are living in a space that cultivates belonging and inclusion.

Academic Transition

Academic Transition

We have peer student leaders, known as Academic Links, who are connected to a specific faculty or program. They develop programs and hold office hours to assist with the first-year academic transition. Whether it's study tips, opportunities to learn about your learning style, or how to navigate your faculty, Residence Life provides opportunities to support your transition as a first-year student.

Safety & Security

Safety & Security

We have peer student leaders and professional staff that prioritize the safety and security of the residence community. With our Service Desks, we ensure that every person - student or guest - is registered to be in residence. We also have peer Residence Advisors on-call in the evening, and professional staff on-call 24 hours a day.

Community Development

Community Development

Most of our students come to residence at Ryerson not knowing anybody, with many leaving residence with lifelong connections. When possible, our priority in Residence Life is to introduce students to one another, foster connections. When possible, our priority in Residenec Life is to introduce students to one another, foster connections, introduce residents to the Ryerson and Toronto communities, and develop programming and learning experiences that help student learn about themselves, and others.