Post Tagged with: "study space"

Study space at new SLC is one less @RyersonProblem

Study space at new SLC is one less @RyersonProblem

Study space is no longer a “Ryerson Problem” with the opening of the new Student Learning Centre (SLC), according to a Twitter account dedicated to re-tweeting complaints from students. The Twitter account @RyersonProblems hailed the opening of the SLC with 2,300 new study spaces as the best thing to have happened on campus. “2300 new study spaces in SLC. The […]

by Melissa Wronzberg· · News, On Campus
Gina Wicentowich/Ryersonian Staff

Students frustrated by short supply of study space on campus

  Third-year mechanical engineering student Miki Abbasi was searching for a spot to study Friday. She looked in the George Vari Engineering and Computing Centre, the Image Arts Centre and the library. All were full. After 30 minutes of searching, she found a spot in the Podium building. “It’s always hard to find a spot to study,” said Abbasi. “Each […]

by Tristan Simpson· · News, On Campus, Top stories
Ryersonian file photo.

Robarts’ shelves closed to Rye grad students and faculty

Ryerson faculty and graduate students will now have to fork over an extra $310 if they want to borrow from the largest academic library in Canada. On Sept. 1, Ryerson decided not to renew its borrower’s agreement with the University of Toronto Libraries due to a decline in usage and increasing costs. The decision was made after a discussion between […]

by Steven Gelis· · News, On Campus, Top stories
Nicole Haynes works on homework during study hall at the Mattamy Athletic Centre on March 25, 2014. 
(Leslie Walker/The Ryersonian.

Athletes’ GPA on the rise with MAC study hall

When Björn Michaelsen came to Ryerson four years ago, he felt a bit lost. Moving to Toronto to study mechanical engineering, the Montreal native and Ryerson Rams basketball player admits that it was challenging for him to find a balance between sports and academics. “I know when I came in, there were not as many varsity athletes in engineering,”  he […]

by Samantha Lui· · Rams Athletics, Sports

Students seeking study space can look to Vic

By Daniel Melfi After last year’s successful pilot, Ryerson’s Pop-Up Study Space program is up and running again. Until Dec. 2, students can use empty classrooms in the Victoria Building for personal or group study when the rooms are not being used. Holding between 17 and 35 people, students are able to use the majority of rooms on weekdays between […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, On Campus
Silent study rooms coming to TRSM

Silent study rooms coming to TRSM

Finding a quiet study space on Ryerson’s campus can be tough, but finding a quiet study space in the Ted Rogers school of management (TRSM) building can be next to impossible. With 8,000 to 10,000 people in and out of TRSM daily, free seats are hard to come by, which is why fourth-year business management student Genele Rose is starting […]

by Arti Panday· · News, On Campus