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Ted Rogers Students' Society
The Ted Rogers Students’ Society, external link is the student-elected society that represents over 13,000+ full-time undergraduate commerce students attending the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University.
Established in 2003 as the Ryerson Commerce Society, the Ted Rogers Students' Society has a mission to link students together within the 5 schools at the Ted Rogers School of Management.
We enable students to be heard as one united voice and to act as a liaison and advocate between commerce students, student groups and the Ryerson faculty for any expression of opinions or questions affecting students educational or co-curricular interests. It is our mandate to be the voice of Ted Rogers Commerce Students, the business leaders of tomorrow, by promoting our abilities and interests both within Ryerson and the global community.
Ted Rogers Students' Society, Executive Vice President
416-979-5000 ext. 554217
Events and Initiatives
The Ted Rogers Student Society has many resources for incoming students including Ted's Declassified School Survival Guide., external link This guide focuses on the 3 pillars of the Ted Rogers Students’ Society- Academic, Professional and Social. Each of these pillars are essential to your success throughout your time at TRSM. All the information in this book should help you survive the first year of your undergraduate experience!
Call Her CEO Podcast
The Ted Roger's Student Society has recently introduced the Call Her CEO, external link podcast which discusses the realities women face in the workforce, how they overcome their challenges, and their success stories.
Commerce Frosh is the opportunity of a lifetime, 5 days of fun-filled activities you won't get to experience anywhere else! You'll meet new friends in your program, network with over 100 upper-year students and more. Check out more information on previous Commerce Frosh events here! , external link