Albanian Students' Association at Ryerson
Agape Impact is a campus movement dedicated to helping students discover the life-transforming message of Jesus. Branched from the larger organization Power to Change, our primary focus is to help post-secondary students across Canada experience God’s love, forgiveness and inspire them to influence others to become lifelong followers of Jesus.
The AMSA (Ahmadiyya Muslim Students' Association) at Ryerson University, is an auxiliary organization of the Worldwide Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Muslims who believe in the long-awaited Messiah, Hadhrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (as). The focus of this group is to spread the true peaceful message of Islam, and dispel any misconceptions.
The objective of the organization is to promote student involvement in alternative arts, theory and culture at Ryerson. This will be accomplished through adherence to a prefigurative politics that stresses diversity, anti-oppression and direct democracy
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Bangladesh Students' Association
BSAR was formed in 2003 with a mission to educate Bengali youths and the overall Ryerson community about the Bengali culture through various events hosted throughout the year. BSAR was established to setup a support structure for Bengali students both new in Canada and new to Ryerson, through networking with fellow students, senior students and alumni.
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We believe that our God is an awesome God, and we believe in Jesus Christ, our Lord and Saviour. We follow Jesus’ teachings and we love to learn more about Him and His love, while meeting new friends on campus.
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The Coptic Orthodox Students' Association has been formed in order to unite the Coptic
Christians on campus and encourage them to grow closer to God through their
Orthodox Christian faith. The club will endeavor to serve the undergraduate students of
Ryerson University as well as members of the Toronto community through various
organized activities run by COSA.
Ephesians 4:1-3 "I therefore, the prisoner of the Lord, beseech you that ye walk worthy
of the vocation wherewith ye are called, with all lowliness and meekness, with
longsuffering, forbearing one another in love; Endeavoring to keep the unity of the Spirit
in the bond of peace."
Our goal is to unite and build a community of East African students at Ryerson University. We want to provide a place for East African students to engage in the aspects of their cultural backgrounds and share their experiences with one another—to network and build lasting relationships going forward
Fanatics Domain is an all-encompassing fan group for a variety of media. From books to TV shows to comics. From Star Trek to Game of Thrones to Disney. We are a group of people who want to get together and get way too excited about fictional characters. Our motto is; if you like it, someone else will too!
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The Game Maker’s Union (GMU) is Ryerson University’s game development club. Our goals are to make games, teach people various programming and design related skills, and creating an inclusive and supportive game development community at Ryerson. No prior experience is required. If you’re passionate about making games, join us!
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IVCF is a Christian group that is a creative, diverse, and fun community of students at Ryerson. As a group, we aim to build meaningful friendships with each other, grow deeper in our faith, work for the good of our campus and in our community and pursue God together.
Love Your Neighbour club is to help students to share their love to others and create a strong caring attitude in Toronto. This club offers volunteering opportunities and provides opportunities for students to go on missions to help out in developing countries.
The purpose of our association is enhancement of understanding, friendship, communication among Chinese students and scholars in Canada. Our mission is building a positive and healthy image of our motherland with expression of Chinese culture, literature, and history.
The RMS is a group for students that are either from Mauritius, or just curious/interested in the country and its culture. Our objectives are to primarily promote an understanding of the Mauritian community and culture and act as a peer supporter for new Mauritian International Students.
Do you like debate? Do you want to improve your public speaking skills? What about cross-university conferences? We offer you a friendly environment to exercise your political passion! We give students the opportunity to take on the role of a delegate to the UN and international issues.
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Musicians@Ryerson is Ryerson's unofficial music faculty, open to musicians and music lovers alike. Whether you're an instrumentalists, vocalist, or even a dj, there is a Musicians@Ryerson event tailored to you. Our goals are to create a network of all musicians on campus to meet, form bands, and discuss anything music-related. We provide opportunities for performing on campus, either informally in open jams or in formal performances, and give Ryerson musicians a chance to learn and grow musically (for instance, in workshops run by experts in the field). Musicians@Ryerson runs 2-3 events a week, including weekly open mics at the Ram in the Rye.
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Our goal is to build a community that is an integral part of the student movement and the Canadian society at large while preserving our unique Islamic identity.
To bring together students that will help support one another, build each other’s understanding of mental health issues, help to create initiatives on campus, create an environment that is non-judgmental and open-mindedwhile also learning how to manage strong emotions, stressors, etc.
Instagram - #RyersonSMASH
We are a group of Ryerson students with the goal of entering a medically related field such as medicine, dentistry, pharmacy and optometry. We want to promote Ryerson’s growing strength in the medical sciences. We aim to provide you with the resources and information to make the best informed decision about a career in a medically related field.
RPA is a student group dedicated to representing the Punjabi students across the Ryerson campus. By holding various events throughout the academic year, the club aims to introduce and promote the values associated with the culture. The group welcomes all backgrounds, religions and cultures, and is open to all students.
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This is a club at Ryerson University dedicated to all Ryerson students who love anime, manga, cosplay ... basically any animation fandom sub-genres. We're trying to resurrect Ryerson's Anime Society so that it can flourish and thrive once again on campus! Come join us for events and activities!
Twitter - @ruanime
Instagram - @rye.chan
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Ryerson Student Emergency Response Team
RyeSERT is a volunteer based student group that provides on-site medical coverage at Ryerson events and in all Ryerson residences. We are students with backgrounds as firefighters, paramedics, first responders, lifeguards, and those just interested in serving the Ryerson community with a genuine desire to help others.
Ryerson Passport: https://passport.ryerson.ca/organization/ryesert
The Serbian Society of Ryerson plans to advance the particular interests of Serbians and/or Canadians fascinated by Serbian culture and to promote an understanding of Serbian customs to the Ryerson student community
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Our mission is to foster friendship, goodwill, peace an unity among Sri Lankan students at Ryerson. We welcome newly arrived Sri Lankan students through a mentoring process in order to make it an exciting experience. We raise funds through events to help charities in our community and in Sri Lanka.
instagram - @ru_slsa
We're a student group embarking on the mission of raising awareness about the dangers of driving under the influence of drugs & alcohol.Impaired driving is an issue which can affect anyone of us at any moment. Many young people drive and many young people drink, making this message critically important.
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Students for a Free Tibet is a global grassroots organization advocating for Tibetans living in Tibet and taking action to help regain their freedom. This chapter at Ryerson was founded in 2010, and is run by Ryerson students. We work to increase awareness of the situation in Tibet through educational workshops and various other events on & off campus. We recognize the importance and power youths hold, and so our group aims to foster youth engagement and empowerment.
SFT Ryerson was nominated for the Best New Student Group in 2012
SSI is committed to provide students with the opportunity to support the position of Israel in the Middle East, discuss fair media coverage of the area, and familiarize students with current events and Israeli culture. SSI’s activities will address Israel's fundamental right to exist within secure and recognized borders.
facebook - https://www.facebook.com/RyersonIsrael
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Tamil Students Association @ Ryerson University is a student group comprised and maintained by students for the purposes of uniting Ryerson’s Tamil student body. We are a non-profit group, operating solely to promote the culture and identity of the Tamil Student body at Ryerson University. Our commitment is to represent the Tamil student body at Ryerson positively through various cultural and social activities. These activities and events serves as place for students to interact and create a platform to establish a strong Tamil Community at Ryerson University.
facebook - www.facebook.com/RyeTSA
twitter - @ryersontsa
Instagram - @ryetsa
The Thaqalayn Muslim Association is a non-affiliated Muslim student association at Ryerson University.Among our objectives is to advance the interests of the group by educating RSU members on Islamic values and culture through the teachings of the Thaqalayn.
The Ukrainian Students’ Club at Ryerson promotes the values & traditions of Ukrainian-Canadians. The club is an active forum for its members to connect and build relationships with one another, other clubs, other Ukrainian Student Clubs, and our affiliated organizations (SUSK, UCPBA) through various social, athletic, educational, political and charitable initiatives.
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/USCRyerson
Twitter - @USC_Ryerson - https://twitter.com/USC_Ryerson
The Urban Hip-Hop Union (UHHU) is a student collective that aims to build a community on the foundation of the hip-hop culture and an outlet to empower students who want to bring hip-hop to Ryerson University.
Twitter - @UHHURyerson
Instagram - @UhhuRyerson
Facebook - www.facebook.com/urbanhiphopunion
Vegans and veg curious students have a supportive environment free from criticism; where they can drop their constant defence on why they wish to live cruelty free. Students are given the tools and education for reducing their ecological footprint. VEG provides evidence that connects climate change, environmental damage, human disease and animal suffering to the consumption of animal products. We promote health and harmony within ourselves as well as the planet. Go Veggies!!
Ryeflix is a movie club where all are welcome. We screen movies from various genres and hold movie-themed parties. We also want to use the medium of film to bring up relevant topics and create a safe space for a diverse group of people to learn and be entertained.
"The Indigenous Students Association is a student group on Ryerson campus designated to creating a professional and socially diverse community within Ryerson to support Indigenous students. Our vision is to build, amplify and maintain Indigenous voices on campus while aiming to support students to get involved in Ryerson student life."
Twitter - @ISAatRyersonU
The RU Creative Writing Club, is Ryerson's newest student club. It is a safe space for all writers and lovers of literature regardless of year or program. We welcome all creative energies or minds, and look forward to getting started!
MARS is a South Indian organization that celebrates Keralite culture. Our events are all-inclusive, and is an opportunity to network and enjoy FREE FOOD!
The Mature Student Association (MatSA) is a student-run organization focused on promoting social networking, support, resources and community interactions across all full-time and part-time students at Ryerson University.
We plan and host events in a collaborative environment open to suggestions. Our events are educational, career focused and social. We will also be having fundraising events and various workshops
tailored to decreasing stress levels and increasing wellness. Think of us as a community you can count on; a home away from home.
Please email: email@example.com to sign up.
MESA is a student run not-for-profit organization, comprised of progressive and enthusiastic volunteers; motivated by the idea of creating positive changes within their community. MESA strongly believes that the unity of the Middle Eastern community is crucial to our development and growth in Canada.
The Middle Eastern Student’s Association at Ryerson University provides students with the opportunity to express their love for their culture- both Middle Eastern and Canadian- and work towards maintaining a harmonious environment. Through the execution of a variety of exemplary events, our dedicated team aims to achieve these goals for our students, while also honouring our responsibility to our community. MESA takes seriously the betterment of its community, and for this reason believes wholeheartedly that our success is a testament of our community’s collective success.
Become a part of our growing movement. Help us achieve unity, develop our community and have fun in the process!
For too long poetry and spoken arts went unrecognized at Ryerson University. That is, until Poetic Exchange formed in early 2014. This student group is focused on fostering a community of artists that appreciate poetry, spoken word, and rap. Poetic Exchange holds biweekly cyphers and monthly workshops that are open to all members of the Ryerson community.
Welcome to the official Ryerson Poker Club facebook page! On this page you will receive updates about poker nights and special events.
The cover for our tournaments will be $5 for RSU members and $10 for non RSU members, the games will be sit and go style. Also there will be no traditional buy-in or "pot" per say, as per Ryerson Policy. A cover will be charged at the door for each event and each player will be given a ticket they can redeem for chips, as long as a player has chips they can remain in the game. Winners of each tournament will receive their prize in the form of a prepaid cards.
We look forward to your presence at our events and poker faces at the table!!
This is a group for anybody interested in rhythm games to discuss, share, and meet with other rhythm gamers!
We hold events where members can try out many different rhythm games and participate in game related events and competitions.
RU K-POP is a community for Ryerson K-pop fans to hang out, dance, sing, share, and express their love for K-pop, as well as learn about Korean pop culture.
Like cheese, soccer and the colour orange? Then the Dutch Students’ Society is the society for you. The DSS is the first ever Dutch student group on campus and was formed in 2013. Anyone is welcome to join us for fun events centred around Dutch culture. Tot ziens! See you soon!
Contact : firstname.lastname@example.org