Ryerson University (colloquially observed as Ryerson, RyeU or RU) could be a public research university located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The university's core campus is situated within the Garden District, although it also operates facilities elsewhere in downtown Toronto. The university operates seven academic divisions/faculties, the school of Arts, the college of Communication and style, the college of Community Services, the school of Engineering and Architectural Science, the school of Law, the college of Science, and therefore the Ted Rogers School of Management. Many of those faculties are further organized into smaller departments and schools. The university also provides continuing education services through the G. Raymond Chang School of constant Education.
The institution was established in 1948 because the Ryerson Institute of Technology, named after Egerton Ryerson. In 1964, the institution was reorganized under provincial legislation, and renamed the Ryerson Polytechnical Institute. The university was reorganized into full-fleged university in 1993, and renamed the Ryerson Polytechnic University. In 2002, several years after the university's school of graduate studies was established, the university adopted its current name, Ryerson University.