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Ryerson Student Services You NEED In Your Life

Ryerson is full of academic services to help you succeed. Check out these four located right on campus to help you succeed in your undergraduate education, as well as post-graduation life! Career Centre Your source of employment, career and job search guide, job matching technology and link to networking events all in one. The Career Centre is […]

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Ryerson’s First Snapchat Campus Tour!

Ryerson’s Open House happened this past March Break, and I had a blast running the WhyRyerson Snapchat all week! Together we witnessed the FCAD Conference kick-off, you saw me hosting a campus tour, we saw some pretty amazing students and of course, you watched me do crazy things at Open House! In case you missed […]

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Moving Up, On, and Out!

WHOA. It feels like the semester just started yesterday. I remember feeling the same way around this time in first year – it’s as if life was literally flying by. Fall semester always feels way too long, and winter goes by way too fast. In order to keep up with the fast pace, I’ve already had to start […]

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New Year, New… Me?

Winter is upon us at Ryerson and I’m just entering my second semester of my second year here at Ryerson. As I’m sure you could imagine, about 1,000,000 things are running through my mind every second. I’m not much of a new year resolutions kind of guy, but there’s definitely been a few things I’ve been […]

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Shay’s Declassified Rye Survival Guide: Pt. 1 – Student Involvement 

Alright. In my first blog I promised I’d let all of you know what I do around Ryerson and how I got involved with them. So here it is! Welcome to part 1 of my new series that I like to call “Shay’s Declassified Rye Survival Guide”. ( If you’ve yet to read my first […]

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Important Tips for Applicants and Admitted Students

Hello! We’re here with some final steps for you to keep in mind as you make preparations for the fall. If you’ve received an Offer of Admission, there are several resources for you to check out – including the Approved Students and New Students pages. Still waiting to hear or are on a wait list? […]

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Admitted International Students: Apply for Your Study Permit Now

Students can print their official Offer of Admission, as well as their Letter of Acceptance for International Students (LAIS) from the “My Documents” section of the Applicant Status page of their choose.ryerson.ca portals. These documents will not be sent to students by courier. International students (anyone who is not a Canadian citizen or permanent resident) must obtain a study permit before entering Canada. Students are required to present both […]

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