The spring weather is finally here (it took its time this year), and our students are gearing up for the summer break and completing their final exams. We’re getting ready to say goodbye to our graduates, and welcome YOU! This month we’re sharing information about:
1. Admissions Decisions
2. Approved and Non-Approved Students
3. Ways To Get Involved
When will I hear?
We understand that waiting can be challenging, and even frustrating at times. Rest assured knowing that we are continuing to review and release offers on a rolling basis.
Your Choose>Ryerson Applicant Portal has the most up-to-date information regarding your application. All the best – our fingers are crossed for you!
Congratulations! You did it! We’re so please to offer you admission to our program(s), and want to share some important information with you. Visit the Approved Students page for more about confirming your offer, paying your tuition deposit, and meeting your admission conditions.
If you received a denial or cancellation letter, visit Non-Approved Students for possible reasons. Depending on the reason for your non-approval, you may be able to apply to another program or upgrade your marks to be more competitive for future applications.
If your application was cancelled as a result of English Proficiency, you may request reconsideration by completing the English Language Proficiency Test Reconsideration Form. This form can be found on our English Language Requirements page.
International Students with a conditional Offer of Admission may apply for a Study Permit. Remember to print your Offer of Admission and Letter of Acceptance for International Students (LAIS) from your Choose>Ryerson Applicant Portal account. Details for Study Permit applications are available on the Government of Canada website. The Ryerson Designated Learning Institution number is O19395677651.
Already imagining all the ways you can get involved on campus? Perhaps you want to find an on campus job? Maybe you want to participate in athletics? Or join a student group? The possibilities are endless!
Caitlin in the Project Coordinator for ASB Ryerson, and is sharing her thoughts on why you should consider participating in this amazing opportunity as a Ryerson student. Check it out!
Stay in touch with us!
RU Lives are free online info sessions that can help you stay up-to-date during the admissions process. Visit our website to find out what we have scheduled!