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Getting Here

Ryerson University is situated in one of the most diverse cities in the world, and steps away from the busiest intersection in Canada. Main campus is located between College and Dundas station on the Yonge-University-Spadina TTC Subway line, and if travelling by subway you can exit either subway station to find Ryerson. If you’re driving, we’re located on Yonge Street one block north of Dundas or on Victoria Street, one block east of Yonge.

Ryerson to the Core

Ryerson to the Core is one of the ways we try to meet you where you’re at: we’ll have upper year students and Ryerson community members welcoming you before you even get to campus.

As a commuter, look for folks wearing Ryerson gear at various TTC/GO and major intersections – whether you need directions, someone to join you on your ride, or just a friendly face to begin your day, Ryerson to the Core will get you here.

Throughout Orientation Week, from Monday, August 26th to Friday, August 30th we will have volunteers at the following TTC Stations and Major Intersections to provide a warm, enthusiastic welcome and provide any directions or information needed:

TTC Stations:

  • Dundas Station
  • College Station
  • Bloor-Yonge Stations
  • Union Station

Major Intersections:

  • Yonge St. and Dundas St.
  • Yonge St. and Gerrard St.
  • Yonge St. and Gould St.

When you arrive on campus, we look forward to welcoming you at our Orientation Welcome Centre, located on the corner of Victoria and Gould Streets!

Stop 1: Union Station Cheer-Off

Come check us at Union Station as we cheer for you! We will be giving away free merchandise, and pumping you up for the beginning of Orientation Week! Stay tuned for details of the cheer-off coming soon.

Stop 2: Commuter Assistants

Throughout the duration of Orientation Week, volunteers will be located at designated transit stations, and will accompany you all the way to Ryerson! We will also have representatives at Bloor-Yonge, College, Dundas, Union, and St. George stations to provide you with answers to any questions you may have.

Stop 3: Tri-Mentoring Program

Do you want guidance throughout your first year? Do you want assistance with the cultural transition to university? Look no further! The Tri-Mentoring Program matches you with a senior student who will provide you with the guidance and assistance you need! Sign up at:

View Campus Map

For a detailed map of campus, including main intersections and important buildings please view this map.

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