Congress 2017 Ryerson won the bid to host Congress, but the week-long event could cost students their classes. In 2017, Ryerson University will host the 86th annual Congress of the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences. The dean of the Faculty of Arts, Pamela Sugiman, hosted two town halls this fall to inform the Ryerson community about Congress 2017. […]
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Ryerson University’s ServiceHub is intended to be the one-stop shop where you can pay your tuition fees, enrol in courses and pick up you transcript forms without the hassle. Located next to the newly renovated Hub Café, the centre is designed to help students with issues from admissions to graduation. “The ServiceHub eliminates the guess work for students on where […]
Are professors doing enough to help students in need? We take a look at a panel about academic accommodations.
If you want to learn French, university is not the place to do it. At least not here at Ryerson. Canadian job seekers with an ability to speak French and English are evidently at an advantage. The problem is that Ryerson doesn’t have a language program equipped to underscore the value of being bilingual. Each year, the introductory French course […]
Ryerson has cancelled all evening classes on Feb. 5 due to poor weather conditions. According to the Ryerson student life Twitter account, classes from 6 p.m. onwards are cancelled. This includes the Chang School. University buildings will remain open as per regular timings. The library will close at 10 p.m. Snowfall is expected to continue into the evening and end […]
Adding, dropping and swapping courses hasn’t just relieved and frustrated students — professors are also feeling the strain. Ryerson’s enrolment policy allows students to switch around their schedule during the first two weeks of the term without academic penalty or fee. Many students use the add-drop buffer as an opportunity to try and cop a spot in a full course. […]