Staying at Home: Resources

Free Resources for Students During Social Distancing

Although social distancing has led to some big changes in our everyday lives, there are still ways to make the most of this time!

Ryerson and other independent resources have shifted to having an online presence and are offering a variety of services accessible to students. 


RSLC@Home

Introducing RSLC@Home: This new section of our website has tools that will help you build an atmosphere for success while at home. We want to provide you with tips, practices, and inspiration to make the most of your own study spaces!


Below, the SLC has compiled a further list of helpful resources. Whether you want to learn a new skill, work out from home, or stay up-to-date on news, we’ve got you covered! 

Ryerson Resources 

Although the university is not accessible in-person, Ryerson resources are available online for students to use! 

Student Learning Support (SLS)

The SLS is still offering one-on-one help online. They’re offering writing, math, English language and study skills appointments by phone or online. They are also offering workshops online. Visit their website to book an appointment. 

Ryerson Mental Health and Wellbeing

They are able to connect Ryerson Students to services like the Medical Centre and counselling where they can receive virtual support. Visit the Ryerson Health and Wellness website for more information! 

RU Student Life 

RU Student Life is offering awesome engaging content including online community drop-ins, movie-watching sessions, and fitness classes through their social media platforms! Visit their website and Instagram to stay up-to-date. 

Ryerson Career and Co-Op Centre

The Career and Co-op Centre has moved all their programming and appointments online. Visit their website for more information or to book an appointment. 

DME

The Ryerson Library Digital Media Experience Lab is offering daily online tutorials through their website. Learn Photoshop, Illustrator, and so much more! Visit their website for the links to join the tutorials. 

Educational Resources

Here’s a list of non-Ryerson resources students can take advantage of while social distancing to learn new things or enhance current skills! 

Skillshare

Skillshare is offering thousands of unlocked classes for creatives free of charge. This is ideal for students who want to find a new hobby or try something new while staying home! 

TED Talk

TED is always offering tons of free online courses with a diverse selection of topics and talks to get you through your day! 

Adobe Creative Cloud

Adobe is offering 2 months of free Creative Cloud. To get the deal, go to cancel your membership and the offer will show up! 

Government Resources: 

WHO 

The World Health Organization has daily updates on COVID-19 news and safety precautions.

Government of Ontario

Ontario has a website for all COVID-19 related news and instructions province-wide. 

Fitness

RU Recreation

RU Recreation has launched virtual fitness classes to help you stay active at home. Check out their Instagram and website for schedules and more information! 

YMCA

The YMCA is offering free classes on their website!

Planet Fitness

The gym is live streaming fitness classes through their Facebook every day! 

Wellness

Headspace

As one of the best digital meditation resources on the market, Headspace has made several of its meditative collections free to help everyone through this time. Check them out here

Motivation – Daily quotes

This is a free app you can download through the App Store. It sends you motivational quotes as notifications throughout the day. 

If there are resources we missed that have been helpful for you, please let us know so we can share them with everyone! You can send us a direct message on Instagram @ryersonslc.

Stay well and take care!

COVID-19 Closure

As of today, March 17, 2020, the SLC is closed to both Ryerson students and the general public until further notice. This decision has been made in accordance with recommendations from Public Health to limit congregations of people in public spaces.  The safety of our students and our community is our first priority.

We will continue to monitor events as they unfold, and will provide further communication when a decision is made to re-open the facility.

Thank-you for your understanding, if you have any questions or concerns, you can reach out to our team at slchelp@ryerson.ca


RSLC@Home

Introducing RSLC@Home: This new section of our website has tools that will help you build an atmosphere for success while at home. We want to provide you with tips, practices, and inspiration to make the most of your own study spaces!


Please visit us here on our blog or on the SLC Instagram page for future updates.

Stay updated with Ryerson University information regarding COVID-19 here.

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All the best,
SLC Student Engagement and Leadership (SEAL) Team