Closed for the time being
The Ryerson Library Archives and Special Collections reading room is closed due to COVID-19. Please email any research requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Library has moved many services and most resources online. For more information, please visit: Library Services and Resources Update. For Ryerson campus information, visit: Ryerson COVID-19 Information and Updates.
Share your experience!
We are living in unprecedented times, Ryerson Archives invites the Ryerson community to submit your first hand experience of this epidemic through our "Covid-19 Ryerson Experience" portal. Submit your text, image, or video documentation of your experience, to serve as the primary source research for future studies.
The Archives serves as the institutional memory of the Ryerson community. The Archives appraises, preserves, and makes accessible a broad range of primary source materials which provide administrative, academic, fiscal, legal, social, and cultural record of Ryerson University.
Special Collections was established to help support the learning and teaching needs and facilitate the scholarly, research and creative activities of the Ryerson community by acquiring and preserving photography, film and cultural history objects. We have a particular responsibility to help students and staff gain access to objects in niche subject areas and aid them in the interpretation of those objects.