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Black Student Experience
Programming & Resources for Black-identified Students at Ryerson University
Student Life & Learning Support (SLLS) is committed to offering support and programming specifically for Black-identified students in order to help foster community, identity, a sense of belonging to campus and as resources to assist in navigating the various systems at Ryerson.
TMP Winter 2022 Calendar
Monthly sessions focused on topics such as identity, community and role models. Students or faculty who may also identify in the same equity-seeking group may facilitate the workshop. Session can run from 1-2 hours, and may include facilitated discussions, affirmations or celebrations, and guest speakers/facilitators.
A safe space for self-identified Black students, faculty and staff to connect, explore, learn and discuss issues facing Black men & women's hairstyles and how they are often misunderstood at school and work.
Programming for self-identified Black students, faculty and staff to connect, build community, explore their identities, intersectionalities, and learn from one another.
Resources within SLLS
International Student Support (ISS) works to foster a sense of belonging and community for all students who are new to Canada as well as for those students seeking a global experience on campus.
Learning Support provides support for writing, English language, math and study skills. Our team is available to provide one-on-one professional and peer support, tutoring, and engaging workshops and group programs to help you succeed academically.
Student Life and Campus Engagement has so many programs that help to support your transition, leadership development and sense of community/belonging on campus.
We host several events throughout the year that support you on campus, some examples include Street Festivals, The annual Last Lecture, Expressions Art Festival and Exam Care Packages.
We provide up to $9,000 of funding for student-led, non-profit initiatives. Have an event, initiative or other project you need funding for? Apply at the beginning of each semester.
We have a number of programs available through RU Leadership that helps support your personal and professional development. This could include Peer Leadership Coaching, Level-Up and Volunteer Link.
Campus Wide Resources
Black Students Lounge
United Black Students at Ryerson (UBSR)
African Students Association (ASA)
Caribbean Students Association (CSA)
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