Welcome!

The Sheldon & Tracy Levy Student Learning Centre (SLC) is an iconic structure in the heart of Toronto and a symbolic “front door” of the Ryerson University campus. It shares a physical and virtual connection to the Ryerson University Library.

Together, these sister towers are a world-class learning destination for the Ryerson community.

Location & Hours

LOCATION The Student Learning Centre is located at 341 Yonge Street, at the corner at Yonge & Gould Streets in Toronto, Canada. HOURS

As COVID-19 cases continue to rise at an alarming rate, a declaration of emergency and provincewide Stay-at-Home order are in effect.

The SLC will be fully closing as of May 1st to any and all bookings. We will remain fully closed while the Stay-at-Home order is in effect, and assess if and how we can reopen safely when it is lifted.

Stay tuned for updates here and on our Instagram @ryersonslc, we will provide more information as we have it.

Thank you for your understanding as we continue to navigate this complex time.

News/Blog

Black History Month

It’s Black History Month!  This week features Black Canadians to know and learn about.  From civil rights activists to trailblazers in their respective professions, Black Canadians have had significant impacts on our society and culture. Keep scrolling to read more about them!  Viola Desmond Civil Rights Activist  Viola Desmond was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia. …

Lockdown Update!

Our commitment at the SLC is to meet the needs of the students. Your health is our top priority. With the announcement of Toronto moving into lockdown as of Monday, November 23, communal student study spaces, including those in the SLC, will be restricted for a minimum of 28 days to help halt or interrupt …

Contact Us

We would love to hear from you! Tell us about your SLC experience in the following ways:

Email: slchelp@ryerson.ca 

Phone: 416.979.5000 ext. 553485

In person: Drop in to SLC HQ in SLC 516. Or speak with one of our Specialists in red t-shirts at the Welcome Desk (first floor, inside the Gould Street entrance) or roaming around the building.