EMSCU is a student group formed at Ryerson Ted Rogers School of Management. This course union has been established to become the voice of all economics major students at this school.
The purpose of this group is to create, strengthen, and expand the Egyptian culture and family within Ryerson. This group is not designated for Egyptians only, anyone who is interested in the ESA and its activities is more than welcome.
Our mission is to change people’s lives by empowering them through our programs and initiatives using the positive power of business; while providing our members the opportunities to gain hands on experience to achieve personal and professional success.
EWB is a social change incubator for people, ventures and ideas. We spark and accelerate systemic innovations in Canada and Africa that have the potential to radically disrupt the systems that allow poverty to persist.
The Environment and Urban Students' Association (EUSSA) aims to promote the interests of the students in the program and to be advocates for sustainability and environmental stewardship on campus and within the community.
Ryerson's very own multi-fandom club. From TV shows to movie franchises to comics and everything in between, if you're crazy about something, someone in our club is too.
The Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science Graduate Office supports all the graduate programs within the various departments under FEAS.
Financial Services supports the university by managing its financial affairs in an efficient, innovative and professional manner. We are dedicated to providing leadership, information, training, support and advice.
An independent administrative unit that handles the academic and administrative responsibilities related to all first-year science student affairs (except Computer Science) and also provides support to all upper-year students in Contemporary Science.
The First-Year Engineering Office is here to support you in your foundational year of Engineering. Over the next few semesters, we will work with you to make this a productive time in your academic career.