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Please be advised that the BTM Program Office is currently closed to in-person enquiries until further notice. All questions should be sent via email to Click here, external link for some tips to make student life easier. 


COVID-19 updates and resources for students, faculty and staff

Fall 2020 and Winter 2021 courses will be taught remotely. You will not be required to attend the Ryerson University campus to complete courses. If you are registered in a virtual classroom, instruction will take place at scheduled hours, following the approach outlined in D2L. If you are registered in a Chang School, Distance Education course, please follow the schedule, course outline and learning modules as outlined in D2L.

This is a reminder that nominations for the Program and Faculty-Wide Dennis Mock Leadership Awards are due this coming Monday, February 22, 2021. This is a prestigious honour to bestow upon a few of our outstanding graduating (undergraduate) students.

This award recognizes graduating students from Fall 2020/Spring 2021 who have made outstanding voluntary extracurricular contributions to their school or academic program department, their faculty, or to Ryerson University as a whole. The awards acknowledge and encourage student participation in university affairs. Note that this is a prestigious, non-monetary award.

There are 6 Program awards (1 student selected per TRSM Program Dept.) and 1 Faculty awards available (there are also 10 University-wide awards which require a separate nomination and is administered by the Ryerson Student Awards Office (SASO) independent of the Program/Faculty TRS awards).

**This year only faculty and staff are able to put forward nominations but we encourage the student nominee to work with the faculty/staff nominator to acquire all the information to make the best possible nomination package. 

Nomination Forms

Please fill out the appropriate form:

google formFaculty/Program-Wide Form, external link

google formUniversity-Wide Form, external link

If there are any questions, please contact the BTM Student Advisors at

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