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The Academic Success Centre is serving the Ted Rogers School of Management community virtually during the Fall 2021 term.

About Us

The Academic Success Centre (ASC) supports the academic life of Ted Rogers School students. The ASC promotes the use of strong learning strategies and study skills required to achieve and/or maintain academic success. We help students develop new strategies, skills and behaviours so they can attain or maintain academic success and excellence. This is done through various academic supports, including first-year transition support, tutoring, peer academic coaches, one-on-one meetings with a learning strategist, and more.

The ASC’s work is guided by its five (5) departmental pillars:

  1. Supporting student transitions,
  2. Enhancing student academic success,
  3. Connecting students to campus,
  4. Fostering student wellness, and
  5. Providing experiential learning and leadership development opportunities.

ASC Policies

  1. Our goal is to create an atmosphere of safety, inclusivity and mutual respect for everyone. We require all interactions in ASC spaces to align with these principles, in accordance to Ryerson Senate Policy 61: Student Code of Non-Academic Conduct.
  2. The ASC is committed to respecting the personal privacy of all visitors/ users. Pursuant to Section 39(2) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (“FIPPA”), the information collected by the ASC is collected under the authority of the Ryerson University Act and may be used to support decisions related to program planning and development, reports, and professional training. All personal information collected is used, stored, and destroyed in accordance with Ryerson University's Information Protection and Access Policy. If you have questions about the collection, use and disclosure of this information by Ryerson University please contact the manager of the Academic Success Centre.
  3. The ASC is committed to providing equitable access to our programs and services. Please get in touch with us if you have accessibility/ accommodation needs or have feedback on how we may improve the inclusivity and accessibility of our programs and supports.
  4. The ASC offers free programs and services which are available to all TRSM students and students taking management courses.
  5. Students who do not arrive by ten (10) minutes after the session/ appointment start time (as per Ryerson time), will be considered to have missed their appointment, and will need to re-book their appointment. Students who repeatedly miss their scheduled appointments or who violate the ASC Policies, risk losing their reservation privileges.
  6. The ASC will be unable to assist students with material that will be graded, such as assignments, essays, quizzes, take-home tests, etc. as guided by Ryerson’s Academic Integrity Policy. For more information, please visit the Academic Integrity Office's website, and read/ review Procedures for Ryerson Senate Policy 60: Academic Integrity.
  7. Students are responsible, along with their peers, to create and maintain a welcoming and accepting learning environment. Students are expected to conduct themselves in accordance with the Student Code of Non-Academic Conduct as outlined in Senate Policy 61. See also the section “Online meeting room conduct.”