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Services & Supports
At Ryerson, we’re committed to your success, with services and supports dedicated to helping you be your personal and academic best. Balance is critical and your wellbeing is important to us, so we encourage you to focus on yourself as well as your studies. Our recreation activities, student care, and wellbeing programs will support you on and off campus to build connections and achieve a healthy lifestyle, while mentorship opportunities will guide and encourage you to fulfill your academic, personal and professional goals.
Centre for Student Development and Counselling
Counselling services at the Centre for Student Development and Counselling (CSDC) are currently being offered remotely via telephone or video. To book an appointment, contact 416-979-5195 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Ryerson students can access 24/7 mobile counselling or crisis support with Keep.meSAFE using the My SSP app. The My SSP app is available on the Apple Store,, external link or Google Play,, external link. Keep.meSAFE can also be accessed with a phone call by dialing 1-844-451-9700.
Many things have changed, but physical activity and a sense of belonging remain critical to our well-being and academic success.
To keep things simple for you, Recreation has gathered all of our current offerings that happen at Ryerson, online or in your neighbourhood.
MOVE Everywhere: Online
The importance of regular physical activity and a sense of community connection are critical to our well-being and academic success.
Whether live classes with us or pre-recorded content from elsewhere, Esports or Zoom meetups: Join us... And MOVE!
All programs are freely available to all Ryerson students.
Esports & Movement Challenges
Keep moving and stay connected with our Intramural Sports & Social Leagues, whether our Esports leagues and tournaments featuring FIFA20, Rocket League and Among Us, or our team and individual movement challenges - run, walk, roll and more!
Welcome to your movement break! This is your chance to recharge your mind and body during those quick moments in between classes, meetings, study sessions, or whatever life throws your way.
Choose your break time to find an activity that works for you!
This is your journey — we're here to help
First-year can be challenging or daunting to some, but it is also a great time for self-discovery, to gain independence, and learn how to ask for help. We want you to know that you're not alone — many of your peers are feeling the same way, and there's support if and when you need it. Navigate RU will help ease your university transition and show you how to revel in the opportunities ahead.
Need help navigating Ryerson resources and supports?
Student Success Navigators will help students navigate campus, understand student resources, and make proactive referrals with the intention of fostering a culture of engagement, support, and student success.
Connect with a Student Success Navigator
Career & Co-op Centre
Career planning starts when you first arrive at Ryerson. The Career & Co-op Centre is a valuable service for students to seek out jobs on campus, get information about co-op placements, access to career development resources, and engage with an online job board connecting them with a network of 10,000+ employers.
The Career & Co-op Centre will help you reflect on your personal strengths, prepare you for job searching, enable you to explore career opportunities and support transitions to new career phases.
Access medical and mental health services, along with information and resources to support personal wellness.
Access support and advisors on immigration, financial assistance, healthcare and more for a successful student life in Canada.
Find everything to support academic success at Ryerson, from admissions to graduation, including awards, scholarships and more.
Connect with a network of advisors and programs supporting students in Learning, Housing, Career and Co-op, Student Life and Care, and more.
Connect with culturally supportive services that balance academic learning with traditional teachings and culture.
The university's central resource for students and alumni up to five years after graduation to access innovative career development support.
The Office of Sexual Violence Support and Education provides support to Ryerson community members affected by sexual violence and other forms of gender-based violence.
We work with the Ryerson community to identify students in distress, address disruptive student behaviour and assist students who are navigating challenging personal, academic and/or financial issues.
Find everything needed to participate in global learning activities. From international exchange to online global courses, travel preparation to funding, and more.