By Dan Darrah Ryerson has become the second-most applied to university in Ontario, but can only accept around 12 per cent of potential first-year students who apply. According to statistics reported at the Sept. 28 Board of Governors meeting, there were 69,382 undergraduate applications to Ryerson for the 2015-2016 school year, with 8,483 first-year spots…
After raising more than $270,000, the Ryerson Lifeline Syria Challenge aims to welcome 100 Syrian refugees within the next two years
Ryerson spent $200,000 on a new brand in August, including a font and colour update.
The photograph of three-year-old Alan Kurdi’s body that washed ashore on a Turkish beach prompted Canadians to rally for more action towards the Syrian refugee crisis — and now Ryerson is on the forefront of bolstering the efforts.
The Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) spent an estimated $515,000 on this year’s parade and concert.
BMO has donated $1-million to Ryerson in order to expand its Tri-Mentoring program
Many students are constantly looking around for ways to save money. For some Ryerson students, a booklet was placed in their frosh kits this year about the Ryerson Students’ Preferred Network (RSPN).
Ryerson president Sheldon Levy is leaving his post to take a job with the Ontario government.