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The University reserves the right to change the fees and other charges described in this guide and to impose, from time to time, additional regulations, policies and codes of conduct. Enrolling students are expected to familiarize themselves with the general academic information contained in this Guide and subsequent editions. The University reserves the right to make such changes in rules, regulations, and promotion policies as may be required.
The Undergraduate Calendar, opens in new window is the official record of new and revised programs and courses approved by the Senate of Ryerson University. It is published annually.
Registrar’s Notice of Collection and Use of Personal Information
In accordance with Section 39(2) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (“FIPPA”) personal information about prospective students, applicants and current students is collected under the authority of the Ryerson University Act, 1977.
Read the full text of this Notice of Collection and Use of Personal Information, opens in new window in the undergraduate calendar.
The General Counsel and Secretary of the Board of Governors maintains a comprehensive listof University Administrative Policies and Procedures on the Board of Governors' website. Ryerson Senate publishes a list of all current Senate Policies on their website. See Essential Policy Highlights.
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academic consideration and appeals
classes, adding, dropping and swapping
dates, significant , opens in new window
discrimination and harassment prevention (see policies)
graduate letter, eligibility to
id card (see onecard)
personal information, changing your
promotion and academic standing
RAMSS ryerson’s administrative management self-service system
residency requirement (50% rule)
student code of non-academic conduct