Ryerson Transition Program for Students with Disabilities/Mental Health Issues

Ryerson University Summer Transition Programs for Students with Lds, ADHD, ASD and/or Mental Health Issues

Students with disabilities that impact learning who are heading into any full-time post-secondary institution in Ontario are encouraged to participate in Ryerson’s free summer transition opportunities, SHIFT and Portage. Ryerson’s holistic and dynamic programs help students with learning disabilities, ADHD, ASD, and/or mental health issues acclimate to the rhythms and expectations of university or college life.
SHIFT: July 13th-17th, 2015 With connection as a guiding theme, this week of daytime, on-campus programming helps students make friends and build their network while learning about Ryerson’s Academic Accommodation Support department. Each day, students connect to first-year essentials like funding opportunities, assistive technologies, study strategies, student services and more!
PORTAGE: Three days during the week of July 27th-31st, 2015 Students are invited to join us on a three day adventure in Algonquin Park to deepen their confidence, friendships, and readiness for postsecondary.
Additional Information
shift@ryerson.ca
(416) 979-5290
TTD/TTY (416) 979-5274