Equity, Diversity & Inclusion - Resources at Ryerson
Ryerson is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion. Ryerson students participating in placements and internships have the right to an environment free of discrimination, violence and harassment. If you have experienced discrimination, harassment or violence, there are supports for you on campus.
If you have been subjected to sexual harassment or violence anytime including a experiential learning opportunity, know you are not alone. Please contact Office of Sexual Violence Support and Education. email@example.com www.ryerson.ca/sexual-violence. The mandate of this office is to support any Ryerson community member who is affected by sexual violence with resources, advocacy and options for reporting.
If you have experienced discrimination, harassment or violence and would like to make a complaint , please contact Human Rights Services. firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.ryerson.ca/humanrights. You will be contacted by a Human Rights Services staff member to come in and do an intake with the office and be informed about the process by which you can file a complaint. The office can also refer you to support services.
If you are experiencing mental health related concerns ie: feeling anxious, stressed out, or depressed, please feel free to contact the Centre for Student Development and Counselling (CSDC).