We support students through advocacy and through providing services that directly benefit students. We advocate for students for their academics and also for a more fair experience at Ryerson. Learn more on our Support Page! Our services include the Science Lounge (KHE 223), free “Crash Courses” tutoring sessions and the professor feedback form.
We host many events throughout the entire year. You can learn more about the events we run by checking out our Event Calendar. Our events are either social, academic, professional or a mix of the three! Our services include the Science Lounge (KHE 223) and Crash Courses tutoring for free. Check them out in the services tab.
Once every semester we host a General Meeting where students can come to vote and voice their concerns. Stay tuned to our Facebook Page to know when our upcoming SAGM and AGM are! You can also reach out to your Department Directors to have them voice concerns at upcoming Board Meetings. Learn more at rssonline.ca/governance.
Welcome to the Ryerson Science Society, your voice in the Faculty of Science. We aim to represent you while delivering and creating awesome services and events to improve your undergrad here, and improve your chances of employment later on. We work to offer a better undergrad experience to Faculty of Science students. Please reach out to us any time throughout the year with comments, suggestions or complaints; we want to hear from you. Meet YOUR team at rssonline.ca/team.
Toronto is in the ‘Dish With One Spoon Territory’. The Dish With One Spoon is a treaty between the Anishinaabe, Mississaugas and Haudenosaunee that bound them to share the territory and protect the land. Subsequent Indigenous Nations and peoples, Europeans and all newcomers have been invited into this treaty in the spirit of peace, friendship and respect.
It is our responsibility to ensure that our presence on this stolen land does not continue to negatively affect Indigenous populations. We can be both thankful for what this land has given us and also recognize the suffering that others have faced in order for us to be so lucky.
We have 4 pillars that form our mandate. These guide us in how we work for students. All that we do and plan adheres to these pillars, ensuring students benefit as much as possible from the society.
To provide the Membership with representation within the University community
To foster a community that allows for all the Membership to become more engaged with the RSS and voice their opinions on matters that concern their academic and extra-curricular interests
To support and provide activities, events, and resources that will enhance the Membership’s experience and provide them with opportunities to gain professional experience and marketable skills
To allocate and provide resources to the Membership in a manner that is equitable, efficient and effective