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Preferred names and pronouns still pose administrative challenges

When applying for university, Ryerson nursing student, Gabriel Holt was required to use his legal name and assigned sex. It’s one of the many challenges and barriers transgender students like Holt face in the pursuit of post-secondary education. “It made an intimidating process even more uncomfortable,” said Holt, in an e-mail. “Even if I was allowed to put my actual […]

by Alexa Jetta D'Addario· · News, On Campus, Top stories
University applications down, but Ryerson applications rise

University applications down, but Ryerson applications rise

Ryerson has managed to increase fall 2015 applications despite an overall decrease in total applications to university, according to Ontario Universities Application Centre (OUAC) statistics. For the second year in a row, the number of high school students applying to Ontario universities has decreased. OUAC reported 2,796 fewer applications than last year, a 0.7 per cent drop. Meanwhile, Ryerson application […]