We aim to offer a lot of different supports to students through the services that we provide. We also want to help students find the support they need on campus from other sources when necessary. Check out all the different supports for students below:

This handbook is put together by the Ryerson Science Society and contains a lot of helpful knowledge for first years coming into Ryerson Science programs. This includes important contacts, websites and on campus supports.

The RSS runs tutoring sessions called “Crash Courses” where upper year students are hired to run group tutoring sessions right before midterms and exams for a lot of popular science courses.

The RSS works with students and the Dean’s office to ensure that our education is a priority. We allow you to submit productive feedback on your professors so that we can address any issues that exist.

We have compiled a list of the commonly used and some unknown but very helpful on-campus resources that students should know about. If you are ever looking for support on campus, this page can help.

Other Supports

Learn more about the on-campus resources that you can access if you’ve been mistreated, are looking for resources relating to equity, want to get involved in social justice or advocacy on campus.

Ryerson Counsellors are available to work with students on a one-on-one basis in relation to a variety of personal concerns and crisis situations including stress and anxiety,  transition into or out of university, depression, eating concerns, relationship and interpersonal issues, trauma and abuse, body image and identity, to name a few.

We have compiled a list of the commonly used and some unknown but very helpful on-campus resources that students should know about. If you are ever looking for support on campus, this page can help.