The current RU-Pass opt-out option is only available to students who require accessibility needs, Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) president Ram Ganesh told the Ryersonian in light of students’ confusions about the pass’ opt-out process.
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Motions were ruled out of order, attendance fell below the necessary level for quorum, and the meeting was adjourned before the agenda could even be approved.
The Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) in collaboration with the Career Development Centre has created a new grant for students in unpaid internships. The Career Development Grant became official late Thursday night and applies to any Ryerson student currently in an unpaid placement, regardless if it is for a credit or not.
Ryerson’s campus is about to lose a building.
Ryerson’s Capital Projects and Real Estate building at 111 Bond St. will be demolished as part of a new campus development.
A pedestrian link to the Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex will replace the Bond Street building and serve as a connection from Church Street to Bond Street.
Ryerson students may be getting more services in their health and dental plan, if a new digital counselling service, myWellness, is approved.
Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) vice-president operations Ali Yousaf put forward a motion at the Sept. 21 Board of Directors (BoD) meeting. The motion proposes for the RSU to provide a digital counselling platform through myWellness for students suffering from mental illnesses.