The Ryerson Engineering Student Society represents over 4500 full-time undergraduate Engineering students at Ryerson University. Founded in 1988, RESS is a student-run organization that aims to provide quality co-curricular programming throughout the year. RESS hosts various events throughout the year – these include events designed to assist you in an academic capacity, athletic or social events, events to raise awareness for charitable causes, and events that focus on career preparedness. We support our membership from Orientation Week all the way through to the Iron Ring Ceremony and graduation.
REDI has been created, funded, and maintained entirely by RESS. Watch the video to learn more about what we do for you, how to get involved, and ways you can stay engaged.
Frosh Week will welcome you, and nearly 1200 other incoming engineering students to the most vibrant campus in the country. This year, Frosh Week will be held online, but despite this we can promise you that the Engineering Spirit & Orientation Committee (ryEngSOC) has put in a tremendous amount of work to make this one of the most memorable moments in your time here at Ryerson. Frosh Week is where you will build connections that will last you a lifetime, learn about the traditions that make engineering one of the most unique programs at Ryerson, and most importantly it gives you a chance to have some fun before school starts up again!
Most frequent questions and answers
Throughout the year RESS will release applications for committee, chair and commissioner roles. Additionally, in the Winter term, RESS will host elections for our Board of Directors positions.
RESS is located in Kerr Hall East on the 1st floor, Room 123. It’s more commonly referred to as “KHE123”. Come to our office to check out our merchandise, meet the team or print your assignments.
Yes! You can apply to the First Year Engineering Board (FYEB). Applications are released early Fall, but if that’s not for you then join our committees and take part in our events.