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I'm not a student at Ryerson - can I still use the study space?

I am studying for my U.S. Medical licence and am currently living with my parents who are very close to your campus. Is it possible to study at your library?
Last Updated: Mar 31, 2015  |  415 Views

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The Ryerson Library is a publically accessible building. However, computers on-campus require users to login with their my.ryerson account information, which is provided to students, staff and faculty. Members of the public are not eligible for a login. For more information on our computer use policy, please click here.

If you are a student of faculty from another Ontario university you may be able to access the internet on your wireless device using Eduroam if your institution is a member. Please see the Eduroam website for more information, or check this list to see if your Canadian institution is a participant.

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