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Our Buildings

Ryerson has approximately 1,144 beds in three residence buildings on campus.

There are multiple room styles options between the three residence buildings. On the residence application you will be able to rank your room preferences. The top priority is getting you into residence and then we will try our best to match your choices.

  

Daphne Cockwell Complex (DCC)

288 Church St.
Ryerson University
Toronto, Ontario, M5B 1Z5

The Daphne Cockwell Complex (DCC) is open to all first-year applicants.

DCC is our newest building on campus (opened Fall 2019). Residence apartments are located above the first 8 floors of the building, which are used for academic purposes. Residence space includes 19 floors and 332 rooms. DCC features a study lounge on every other floor, as well as central laundry and a large community space on the 8th floor. The building will also be equipped with a residence service desk, as a secure access point at the entrance to the residence tower that is staffed 24/7.

As with all of our residence buildings, first-year students are given priority for DCC housing.

All residence buildings are open to all gender identities.

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Exterior of Daphne Cockwell Complex

Single Room in a Two-Bedroom Apartment

Average Size:  Two-bedroom apartment rooms have two students sharing one three-piece bath, a kitchen, and a lounge. Each student has their own room. Every other floor has a common lounge for community and study space.

  

Provided in the Room*

Items

Bed - Twin Sized

Chair

Dresser + Wardrobe

Blinds

Washroom: Sink, Toilet, Shower

Internet (Wi-Fi and Ethernet)

Desk

Kitchen: sink, cupboards, fridge, stove/oven

Lounge: Couch, Coffee Table

Heat & Air Conditioning (Shared)

Single Room in a Four-Bedroom Apartment

Average Size:  Four-bedroom apartment rooms have four students sharing two three-piece bath, a snack prep area, and a lounge. Each student has their own room. Every other floor has a common lounge for community and study space.

Provided in the Room*

Items

Bed - Twin Sized

Chair

Dresser + Wardrobe

Blinds

Washroom: Sink, Toilet, Shower

Heat & Air Conditioning (Shared)

Internet (Wi-Fi and Ethernet)

Desk

Snack Prep Area

Lounge: Couch, Coffee Table

  

International Living & Learning Centre (ILC)

240 Jarvis St.
Ryerson University
Toronto, Ontario, M5B 2L1

Service Desk Phone
(416) 979-5000 x7700

The International Living and Learning Centre (ILC) is open to all first-year applicants. You do not have to be an international student to live here, and international students can live in any of the residence buildings at Ryerson.

The ILC is an 11-storey, former hotel built in 1987 and can accommodate 256 residence students in its extra-large rooms. The ILC also features: a community kitchenette on each floor, a common lounge with cable TV, and laundry facilities. There is also a cafeteria and lounge space on the main floor of the building. 

As with all of our residence buildings, first-year students are given priority for ILC residence.

All residence buildings are open to all gender identities.

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Image of the exterior of the ILC residence building

Double Room With Semi-Private Washroom

Average Room Size: 17m2 / 183 ft2

Bedrooms are shared between two students and have an en suite bathroom. Every floor has a common lounge with a cable television.  Microwaves are supplied in common areas on every floor. Microwaves, kettles, grills, and other types of cooking equipment are prohibited in individual bedrooms, but can be used in the common floor kitchen. 

Experience a virtual tour of ILC's double room!, external link, opens in new window

 

Single Room With Private Washroom

Average Room Size: 17m2 / 183 ft2

All bedrooms are private and have an en suite bathroom. Every floor has a common lounge with a cable television.  Microwaves are supplied in common areas on every floor. Microwaves, kettles, grills, and other types of cooking equipment are prohibited in individual bedrooms, but can be used in the common floor kitchen.

Experience a virtual tour of ILC's single room!, external link, opens in new window

Pitman Hall (PIT)

160 Mutual St.
Ryerson University
Toronto, Ontario, M5B 2M2

Service Desk Phone
(416) 979-5000 x5210

Pitman Hall was built in 1991 and is Ryerson’s 2nd largest residence, with 14 floors and 565 rooms. Pitman Hall features a community kitchenette on each floor, a common lounge with cable TV, and laundry facilities. The main floor houses: a cafeteria, the Housing & Residence Life offices. The second floor has community lounges for larger events. Outside of Pitman Hall is the Pitman Quad; a small green space for students to access.

As with all of our residence buildings, first-year students are given priority for Pitman Hall housing. All of our residence buildings are open to all gender identities.

All rooms in Pitman Hall have mandatory meal plans.

Experience a virtual tour of Pitman Hall residence!, external link, opens in new window

Image of the exterior of the Pitman Hall residence building

Double Room With Shared Hallway Washroom

Average Room Size: 22m2 / 237ft2

Double rooms are shared by two students, who share a bathroom and kitchen with other students on their floor. Every floor has a common lounge with a cable television.  Microwaves are supplied in common areas on every floor. Microwaves, kettles, grills, and other types of cooking equipment are prohibited in individual bedrooms, but can be used in the common floor kitchen.

Experience a virtual tour of Pitman's double room!, external link, opens in new window

Single Room With Shared Hallway Washroom

Average Room Size: 11m2 / 118ft2

Single rooms are located around the common floor seating area and shared washrooms. Each floor has a shared kitchen, equipped with a microwave, oven, and full-sized fridge. Microwaves, kettles, grills, and other types of cooking equipment are prohibited in individual bedroom, but can be used in the common floor kitchen.

Experience a virtual tour of Pitman's single room!, external link, opens in new window

 

Single Room in Apartment Style with Shared Washroom

Average Room Size: 11m2 / 118ft2

Apartment rooms have four or five students sharing one to two three-piece baths, a kitchen and a lounge. Each student has their own room. Every floor has a common lounge with a cable television.  Microwaves are supplied in common areas on every floor, but are otherwise only allowed in the kitchens of the Pitman Apartment room styles.  Microwaves, kettles, grills, and other types of cooking equipment are prohibited in individual bedrooms, but can be used in the apartment kitchen or in the common floor kitchen.

Experience a virtual tour of Pitman's apartment-styled rooms!, external link, opens in new window

Single Room in Paired Style with Semi-Private Washroom

Average Room Size: 11m2 / 118ft2

Paired rooms have two students sharing a three-piece bath and a mini-lounge. Each student has their own room. The floor has a common lounge with a cable television.  Microwaves are supplied in common areas on every floor.  Microwaves, kettles, grills, and other types of cooking equipment are prohibited in individual bedrooms, but can be used in the common floor kitchen.

Experience a virtual tour of Pitman's paired-styled rooms!, external link, opens in new window

HOEM

HOEM is owned and managed by Ryerson’s close partner, Canadian Student Communities Inc (“HOEM”).  All administrative aspects and decision making regarding  your stay at HOEM, including the terms of the contract such as withdrawals, applications, and fee collection are managed through the staff on site at HOEM, external link, opens in new window.

The residence life and service desk teams, which are largely made up of students who work as amazing leaders to welcome and support you throughout the year will also be managed and operated by HOEM. Many of them will be living in the building, alongside you, as you navigate your time at the HOEM residence.

For complete information on HOEM’s suite types, amenities, services, application process, fees and more, please visit www.hoem.ca, external link

Image of the exterior of the HOEM residence building