Take care of yourself, Ryerson. We can help.
Wellbeing Resources at Ryerson
If you are looking for academic support, engagement opportunities with other students or resources to maintain your mental and emotional well-being, we are here for you. Visit ryerson.ca/ru4u for the full catalogue of services. And, see below for a few specific examples you might be looking for.
“What are the best study strategies? I can’t tell if I’m doing it right…”
There’s lots of ways to learn and study. We can help.
Get help one-on-one, in workshops, and with tutors. Find writing, math, english language, and study skills and transition support. Visit the SLS Website (Student Learning Support) to book your appointment and find our library of resources.
“I want to talk to a doctor but am not sure how to find one.”
The Ryerson Medical Centre promotes a healthy environment for work and study and offers: treatment of illnesses; routine examinations; sexual health assessments; mental health assessments; and more family physician services.
“I think I may need accommodations for a disability.”
Connect with Academic Accommodation Support. We work confidentially with students living with both temporary and permanent disabilities that impact their academic functioning. We help students: Create an individualized academic accommodation plan; Receive guidance on the use of adaptive technologies; Get help from a learning strategist.
“I’m so frustrated and need support due to a classmate’s inappropriate behaviour.”
If you are concerned about a student’s behaviour, you can consult with the Student Conduct Officer or file a complaint under the Student Code of Non-Academic Conduct
Student Care provides one-stop support to help students resolve complex problems with multiple university academic and administrative departments.
“I’m new to Canada and feeling homesick.”
International Student Support will connect you to Ryerson’s vibrant campus community, and support you in reaching your academic, personal, and professional goals.
“I’m feeling really stressed out about everything going on right now, plus school, friends, family…”
The Centre for Student Development and Counselling can provide: individual counselling; group counselling; crisis support; community resources and referrals; and mental health outreach and education.