The Ryerson Commerce Society (RCS) is a student-elected society representing over 8000 full-time undergraduate students attending the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University. The RCS is organized through executives as well as a board of directors. The directors represent the four schools at the Ted Rogers School of Management: Business Management, Information Technology Management, Hospitality and Tourism Management, and Retail Management.
The RCS annually hosts and supports various events within the university community and around North America. Some of the more popular events planned for this year include: the RCS Frosh Week, the Ted Rogers Management Conference, and Student Appreciation Days. The RCS also provides the student body with handbooks, training sessions, and excellent networking opportunities.
The RCS has a mission to link students together within the four schools at the Ted Rogers School of Management, enabling them to be heard as one united voice. The RCS also strives to ensure the development of a community spirit within the business student body and to provide opportunities that will enrich every commerce student’s undergraduate experience. The RCS mandates itself to improve communications among business students, the university administration, and other Ryerson students from different faculties.
The Ryerson Commerce Society is looking forward to a great year with all of you!