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Student Groups

The Ryerson Hospitality and Tourism Students’ Society, external link, opens in new window (RHTSS) is run by a dedicated, enthusiastic and success-driven group of students who take the initiative to enhance the university experience for all students enrolled at the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management by consistently striving to reach the pinnacle of academic, social and professional success. As student leaders, we pride ourselves on guiding our peers to achieve their true potential.

The Ted Rogers Students' Society, external link, opens in new window (TRSS) is a student-elected society representing over 9000 full-time undergraduate students attending the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario.


Hospitality & Tourism Mentoring (HTMentoring) is a program comprised of second to fourth year students dedicated to providing the knowledge and resources needed to assist Hospitality and Tourism Management students through their first year of the HTM program. Services offered by HTMentoring include information about the HTM program, tutoring, advice and guidance, course intention workshops, Blackboard workshops, and textbook sales. Operated by a highly cooperative executive team and an energetic group of mentors, HTMentoring strives to enhance the first year students’ experience at Ryerson University.

First year students will be placed in groups of 7 to 10 and will attend 4 meetings throughout the fall semester. In these sessions students will be able to establish a strong foundation through the enhancement of academic achievement, relationships, and personal growth within the program.

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"Do everything you can to discover your passion while you are in school. It's just as important to figure out what you don't like - so take opportunities and get out of your comfort zone. If you experience difficulty finding your passion, think about what you are doing in your spare time - that is what you should be doing for a living"

Shannan Scott, Alumni