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Access to Campus Services

Ryerson is currently operating on an essential services model and is encouraging students, faculty and staff to not come to campus unless necessary. To learn whether you are eligible to come to campus and for a list of buildings and services currently open to community members, visit the Campus Status page on Ryerson's COVID-19 website.

You can use your Faculty and Staff OneCard to access campus services.

Students working on computers in the Ryerson Library.

Borrow resources through the Ryerson Library

Your OneCard is an important tool to allow you to access services through the library. This includes books, journals, DVDs, CDs and more. Students can also access the Digital Media Experience Lab to borrow equipment and tools like calculators, cameras, tripods, projects and more.

Learn more about the Ryerson University Library and Archives.

Photocopier

Access photocopying services through your department

Faculty and staff can use their OneCard to access photocopying services through departmental authorization.

A classroom with two rows of seats and a large presentation board.

Access presentation technology in rooms through Media Services

Many rooms (like classrooms and lecture halls) are outfitted with a presentation technology podium. You can use your OneCard to access this. To do so, you must visit Media Services and request to have your OneCard activated.

Students gathered around a projector.

Borrow portable equipment from Media Services

Use your OneCard to borrow equipment like cameras, microphones, projects and more are available for loan from Media Services.

Visit the Media Services website to make a media equipment reservation.

Parking garage on Victoria Street.

Access parking garages through University Business Services

With an active parking permit, your OneCard will allow you access to your designated parking garage. Tap your card on the readers to enter and exit.

Visit Parking for more information on permits and more.