Newly admitted students in 2023 will receive 25% less in scholarship funds.
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Ontario Extends Tuition Freeze Through 2022-2023 School Year
The government of Ontario announced that it will extend its tuition freeze for post-secondary students through the 2022-2023 academic year. According to Minister of Colleges and Universities, Jill Dunlop, the…
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Domestic Tuition Fees Expected to Remain the Same in 2022-23, Ryerson Says at Budget Town Hall
Tuition fees for domestic students in the upcoming year are projected to remain the same, according to a series of town halls hosted by Ryerson to discuss the operating budget…
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On The Record – S2E2 – Cash is King
Finances have become a major talking point in the era of COVID-19, with many Ryerson students facing tough decisions about their education and some businesses near campus worrying about their…
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‘i Didn’t Have a Choice’: How the Pandemic Pushed Long-frustrated Students to the Edge
Even though Tara Mulcahy Konop considers herself one of the lucky ones, the pandemic still upended her life. The 21-year-old Ryerson student started the pandemic at Concordia University in Montreal,…
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Thai restaurant near Ryerson renews student scholarships
Salad King will be supporting Ryerson students with funding over the next five years.