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The transition from high school to university can be challenging. Help is available. As a Ryerson medical physics undergraduate student, you can access resources to support both your academic and personal life.

Academic Support

First Year Science Office

Incoming students: the Faculty of Science First Year Science Office (FYSO) is your initial point of contact for academic support. Get help easing into university-level studies, adding/dropping courses, changing programs, or any other questions on making a successful transition into Ryerson.

Student Learning Support

Student Learning Support provides workshops and resources on study strategies, skills development in math, writing and ESL, organizes learning groups and tutor match-ups.  


First-year students: get matched up with an upper year student who can ‘show you the ropes’ around life at Ryerson. Third/fourth-year students: get matched up with an industry professional to explore career transitioning after graduation. Explore Tri-Mentoring.

Non-Academic Support

Health and Wellness

Get help to care for your health and wellness. Find support on physical and mental health, medical and financial matters, personal counseling, sexual violence, emergency crisis, and more.  

Thrive RU

Personal and academic life is full of challenges. Thrive RU has tools and supports to help you develop resilience, wellness and positive psychology.  

International Student Support

Studying in a new country comes with unique experiences and challenges. The university provides support for international students on matters related to immigration, permits, finances, health and more.

"I entered the program fearing the worst because Physics was not my forte in secondary school. However, the interconnected support system of friends, professors, TAs, and collaborators at Ryerson made the entire process comprehensible, educational, and fun."

William Knight, Class of 2018

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Learn about Ryerson's resources, supports and services, and how to access them.