AprilUpdates

April Updates

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 to connect with YOU! This month we’re sharing information about:

1. Applying to Ryerson
2. Connecting With Us & Visiting Campus
3. Ways Ryerson Students Get Involved

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You bet! If the program(s) you are interested is/are still open there’s still time! Be sure to apply as soon as possible, as programs are subject to close any day.

How do I apply?

Now that you’re sure that the program(s) you are interested in are still accepting new applications, you’ll want to head over to our How to Apply page. If you are applying to a Grades-Plus program keep in mind that you have 10 business days to submit your Non-Academic Requirements. If you are using the OUAC 105 Application or the Ryerson Application the Supplementary Form and Self-Reported Grades are also required.

Ensure you know what is required for your application, and never hesitate to contact us for assistance. You can also check out our handy How-To videos online!DashedLine

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Online Info Sessions: RU Live
Though we can’t promise cute bunnies and cats, if you have questions about programs, admissions or the Ryerson experience, we have an online info session just for you! RU Live – Online Info Sessions can be viewed from the comfort of your own home, and give you access to faculty, students and admissions representatives. Check out the list of events we have coming up, and sign up for the one that’s right for you!

Visit Us!
Summer campus tours run daily at 10 a.m. from Monday, May 16 – Friday, August 19. Residence tours are also available Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1 p.m. from Monday, May 16 – Friday, August 5. Be sure to register online first for both opportunities!

Can’t make it to us? Check out our virtual tour online!DashedLine

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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!

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Stay in touch with us! 

If you ever have any questions about Admissions please reach out to us on social media. We can be found on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Vine and Snapchat @WhyRyerson.