Residences and Meal Plans
Costs for residence range from $9,100 to $17,850 (HOEM residence a 12-month stay) plus meal plan for the academic year.
Pitman Hall (PIT)
Pitman Hall has 14 floors and 566 rooms (single, double, paired and apartment style rooms). Meal plans are mandatory.
As with all of our residence buildings, first-year students are given priority for Pitman Hall housing. Residence floors and room styles are open to all gender identities.
International Living/Learning Centre (ILC)
The ILC is an 11-storey former hotel. It can accommodate 256 residence students (single- and double-style rooms). Meal plans are mandatory.
As with all of our residence buildings, first-year students are given priority for ILC housing. Residence floors and room styles are open to all gender identities.
HOEM is Ryerson’s largest partner residence, with 30 floors and 591 rooms. It features study rooms and lounges. The second floor includes a large student lounge, maker space, gym facilities and yoga studio. All suites are fully furnished and include a kitchen, living room and single bedrooms.
Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex (DCC)
DCC is our newest building on campus. In this multi-use building, residence apartments are located above the first 8 floors of the building. Residence space includes 19 floors and 332 rooms.
Ryerson has 4 residence buildings on campus.
Pitman Hall: Resident Advisors are located on each floor; Academic Links are assigned to each faculty and assist with academic resources; TV lounges on each floor; floor kitchens, laundry facilities, 24-hour security; cafeteria in the building; high-speed internet access. Four different room styles: single, paired, apartment, double. Mandatory meal plan.
ILLC: Resident Advisors are located on each floor; Academic Links are assigned to each faculty and assist with academic resources; common kitchen and TV lounges on each floor; cafeteria in building; laundry facilities; classes and conferences run in the non-residential areas of building; 24-hour security; high-speed internet access. Two different room styles: single, double. Mandatory meal plan.
Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex: This building features a study lounge on every other floor, as well as central laundry and a large community space on the 8th floor. The building will also be equipped with a residence service desk, as a secure access point at the entrance to the residence tower that is staffed 24/7.
We do not guarantee residence for first-year students. When offering a space in residence, Ryerson University gives priority to first-year students traveling the furthest distance away from our campus.
You can complete a residence application form once you have an active Offer of Admission to Ryerson. The first round of offers is made in mid-June. Offers continue to be made throughout the summer and school year until the waiting list is exhausted.
A $50 application fee is required with your application.
Meal plans have 2 components:
- All-you-care-to-eat at Pitman and ILLC Dining Halls
Meal plan dollars go towards unlimited access to eat as much or little as you like at Pitman Dining Hall or the ILLC Dining Hall. Your Ryerson OneCard grants you access to the Pitman and ILLC Dining Halls.
You also get $450 to spend at campus eateries like the Hub Café or participating food retailers including Balzac's, Oakham Café and Ram in the Rye. Purchases are deducted from your flex dollar account in a declining balance.
- Residence-based meal plans
Pitman Hall, the International Living/Learning Centre and the Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex
Pitman Hall and ILC residents are automatically enrolled in the 7-day meal plan. Students in DCC are automatically enrolled in the 5-day meal plan but can upgrade to the 7-day meal plan. If you are living in apartment-style units at Pitman Hall, you will be enrolled in the $1,000 declining balance meal plan but can choose the 5-day or 7-day meal plan to supplement your own cooking.
Students living at HOEM are encouraged to sign up for either the 7-day or 5-day meal plans, though it is not mandatory. Students can also choose to load any dollar amount onto their OneCard to spend on food at any time.
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