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Get Involved

Now that you're a Ryerson medical physics undergraduate, make sure to get the full student experience. There’s lots to do in the Ryerson science community, and many ways to meet new friends, get involved and have fun.  

Medical Physics Course Union

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The Medical Physics Course Union represents undergraduate medical physics students. Hear what’s happening, and have a say in your academic program and student life. Maybe even consider running for council.

Association of Undergraduate Women in Science

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The AUWS supports and promotes women pursuing STEM careers. Gather with like-minded undergraduates. Attend an event. Build your professional network. Become an advocate.

Science Lounge

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Hang out with students not only in Physics, but across the Faculty of Science. The Science Lounge is your spot to meet, study, host an event or just hang out. Drop in to Kerr Hall 223. OneCard gives you exclusive access.  

Ryerson Science Society

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The RSS is the university’s science-centred student society. Get the latest on STEM events, conferences, competitions, and the year-end Science Formal. The RSS also provides academic and event funding support.

Physics undergraduate students discussing special projects.

Science Projects & Events

The Faculty of Science, Physics Department and Ryerson Science Society, external link, have funds to help students organize special events or projects, or attend STEM conferences and competitions. Present your idea and find out if you qualify.

Physics undergraduates researching student interest groups.

Student Interest Groups

Meet new friends who share your personal, academic or professional interests. Students organize tons of groups across campus, each one with its own focus and flavour. Visit the Ryerson Student Union, external link to find your group.

Student Learning Centre

The Sheldon & Tracy Levy Student Learning Centre (SLC) is a hub for the Ryerson community. Study spaces, casual seating, collaborative rooms, amphitheatre, a dedicated quiet floor, Starbucks and more.

The Toronto Advantage

Discover Toronto's vibrant downtown life. Campus has a near perfect walk score, close to restaurants, shopping, parks, culture, entertainment, and more.