There are many programs that offer a minor to Sociology students. Please see the Minors for Sociology Students page for a complete list of options, or talk to our Undergraduate Program Director or our Program Administrator for further academic advice.
CELT is a short form for Community Engaged Learning and Teaching. CELT opportunities are offered in some Sociology courses. When a course incorporates CELT, students have an opportunity to become involved with a community organization as part of their course requirements. To learn more about CELT, visit the Faculty of Arts Student Experience Centre website.
The Ryerson Sociology Students' Course Union (RSSU) provides a great opportunity to become involved in the department. Learn more about the RSSU here.
Beyond the department, there are many ways for students to become involved in university life and to meet new people across campus. The Faculty of Arts has published a guide for students who want to get involved in campus life. You may find it here.
If you are having trouble in one of your courses, the best place to start is by talking to your course instructor. Visit your instructor during office hours or email your instructor to make an appointment.
If you are having trouble in a few of your courses and are concerned about your progress in the program, you can speak with our Undergraduate Program Director or the Undergraduate Program Administrator. You can find their contact information here.
Ryerson also has counselling services for students. You can visit them on the Ryerson Counselling website.