The AAS manager talks to a student, laying out his plan for the future of AAS.
03 Mar 2017

Our Time to Swim: Navigating the New Waters of Disability Support

Our Time To Swim is a week long series that takes you inside the high-stakes, rewarding work of making education accessible to all students. Learn how

Marc Emond 1
Students study and work on the 4th floor of the SLC, waiting for a chance to see a facilitator today.
02 Mar 2017

Our Time to Swim: Turning the Tide

Our Time To Swim is a week long series that takes you inside the high-stakes, rewarding work of making education accessible to all students. Learn how

Deena Shaffer 0
Michelle and her support dog, Odin.
01 Mar 2017

My Time To Swim: A Student’s Academic Accommodation Support Story

Our Time To Swim is a week long series that takes you inside the high-stakes, rewarding work of making education accessible to all students. Learn how

RyersonSA 0
A facilitator talks to students; overlayed on top of the image—a chart of the exponential student registrants in AAS...
01 Mar 2017

Our Time to Swim: Contextualizing Staff Burnout in Disability Services in Higher Education

Our Time To Swim is a week long series that takes you inside the high-stakes, rewarding work of making education accessible to all students. Learn how

Sarah Kloke 2
Books piled on the edge of a desk, hands in the background busy integrating pedagogy into AAS.
28 Feb 2017

Our Time to Swim: The Undertides & Undertones of Accommodation Facilitation

Our Time To Swim is a week long series that takes you inside the high-stakes, rewarding work of making education accessible to all students. Learn how

Deena Shaffer 0
The director works at a desk, the tide outside the window rising...
27 Feb 2017

Our Time To Swim: the Critical Juncture of Ryerson’s Disability Services Office

Our Time To Swim is a week long series that takes you inside the high-stakes, rewarding work of making education accessible to all students. Learn how

Christina Halliday 2
Our Time To Swim: the Future of Disability Support Services at Ryerson RyersonStudentAffairs.com, Feb 27–Mar 3, @RyersonSA
21 Feb 2017

Our Time To Swim: The Future of Disability Support Services at Ryerson

As more and more students across Ontario enter university with identified disabilities, Ryerson must rise to the ethical, moral, and legal challenge of supporting all

RyersonSA 0
Close up on a letter slot in a door. The word "LETTERS" in relief on the flap.
26 Jan 2017

What’s In Your Letter?

Dear Student, As you travel on your journey through higher education, you will, at times, face the following dilemma: “Do I figure this out all

Natalya Androsova 0
In silhouette, students throw their graduation caps into the air. In the background, Ryerson campus, a large globe made of flags of the world hovers.
14 Nov 2016

Proactive, Not Reactive: Supporting the Needs of International Students

Going Glocal: International Education Week is a series celebrating the partnerships that International Student Support (ISS) shares with colleagues and units across RyersonSA, all in support of students

Chris Brierley 0
Buds on a flower prepare to bloom, some blossoming much faster, but each opening in their own time, as set by their own ability to flourish.
24 Oct 2016

Finding Your Flourish: Deena’s Perspective on Jonah’s Story

Join Jonah on RU Student Life as he personally shares his search for academic success, then come back to read Deena’s reflection on how Jonah’s journey to

Deena Shaffer 0
Students study, relax, chat, and be on a level of the Student Learning Centre.
16 Sep 2016

Conference Reflection: HEQCO Got Me Thinking

Lately, there’s been much thought kicking around about the deeper side of education, and this conference reflection from Christina Halliday is a hopeful reminder that, even

Christina Halliday 0
Woman in front of canoe, paddling.
08 Aug 2016

Different Strokes: The “J”

People often ask me what we do in the Writing Centre—a fair question, the answer to which is relatively straightforward: we support students in the

John Hannah 5