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Get Involved

Now that you’re a member of the Ryerson community, take advantage of opportunities to get the most from your university experience. Meet new people and try new things you’ve never tried before. You’ll build new perspectives and broaden your horizons for the future.

Math and its Applications Course Union logo and Financial Math Course Union logo.

Course Unions

Keep on top of what’s happening in student governance — or even consider running for office yourself. Develop professional skills while advocating for your peers through the Financial Mathematics Course Union, external link and Mathematics and Its Applications Course Union, external link.

Math undergradute students working together for an upcomng competition and networking event.

Competitions & Networking

Test your skill against students from around the world, and build your network. Our students have competed at the Rotman International Trading Competition, external link and attended industry events in Toronto’s financial district.

Math undergraduate students walking and discussing a special event project.

Projects & Event Funding

Want to attend a professional conference, participate in a competition, or complete a special project? Check if your idea might qualify for funding through the Faculty of Science and Ryerson Science Society, external link.

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Women in STEM

Join the effort to promote women in science and mathematics. Women in Math, external link and Association of Undergraduate Women in Science, external link connects you to professional, student and social events, in support of STEM females.  

Ryerson Science Society

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Check out the RSS’s academic, professional and social events and services for all Faculty of Science students, including: Ryerson Science year-end formal, RU Hacks, academic crash courses, access to special events funding, and more.  

Science Lounge

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Open to Faculty of Science students, there’s casual seating, whiteboards, and basics to heat up eats and drinks. Great for group study, hosting events or chilling out. Your OneCard gets you in (Kerr Hall East in KHE 223).  

Student Groups

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Dozens of student groups exist within the RU community — both within and beyond math and science. Find a group that shares your interests or explore completely new interests. Make new friends and have fun.  

Explore Downtown Toronto

Campus is located in the core of downtown life. Check out new foods, shops, parks, entertainment, and more.