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Student Life

At the Retail Management program, students can actively participate in different activities, including partcipating in the Retail Students Association, volunteering or organizing our Student Association Case Competitions, conferences and many events; becoming a mentor to 1st-year students, or joining an industry association as a student member. We highly suggest that students be involved in these activities and others opprtunties available across the Ted Rogers School of Management and Toronto Metropolitan University.

Program Advising and Student Success (opens in new window) 

The ASC helps students improve their academic performance with a series of learning services designed to develop new strategies, skills, and behaviours. 

Learn more about how the Academic Success Center can help you.

Business Career Hub
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The Business Career Hub offers career development opportunities tailored to each student’s individual needs and program specialization.

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The Retail Students Association aims to represent, educate, collaborate, and foster an atmosphere and sense of community spirit, within the school of retail management. The best interests of the students’ at TRSRM, reside at the forefront of our core organizational values, and we remain driven by the passion and dedication of our team.

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Retail School Council

School Council serves a different purpose than the course union and is tasked with reviewing academic matters and school policies - being comprised of both faculty and student representatives from each year of the B.Comm program.  Click here to learn more or contact your "year rep" with questions about degree options, structure, etc.

International Exchange

International Exchange

Take advantage of all the world has to offer by studying abroad.  

You will learn from new perspectives and gain valuable intercultural communication skills. An international experience also looks great on a resumé, showing future employers that you have the ability to collaborate with a diverse range of people, navigate other cultures, and learn professional skills in a new environment. 

Explore more about International Exchange opportunities.