WHO WE ARE
We are Ryerson University's Faculty of Community Services Society (FCSS). Formerly the Ryerson Community Services Society (RCSS). We are a society of dedicated student leaders from across the 9 schools in the Faculty of Community Services (FCS). We are a steering committee forming the umbrella organization for FCS. We are a student led committee that is here to ensure the future of student life within FCS remains a unified, connected, and strong community for generations to come.
What We Do
We focus our efforts to organize, foster, and deliver events which impact a student in four areas of their university journey; professional development, academics, student wellness, and most importantly unity.
Our mission is to support and enhance the student experience under the four pillars Academics, Unity, Professional Development, and Well-Being. We are creating a platform for cross-program collaboration, opportunities for student social innovation, that are guided by the needs of our student community.
Our Objective is to work plus connect with students within the Faculty of Community Services to create, fund, and build the community, and unity we all want to see in our undergraduate studies.
The FCSS Steering Committee 2020-21
Social Work Jr.
Kennedy is heading into her second year of Social Work. She is passionate about creating authentic and equitable connections within the faculty and beyond. She hopes to continually create an inclusive place for all.
Child & Youth Care
Fatima is heading into her fourth year. She is passionate about creating memorable and inclusive experiences to support students' engagement at Ryerson.
Arsh is heading into her third year of the 4 year Ryerson Nursing Collaboration Stream. Arsh is passionate about connecting community and planning social events.
Public Health & Safety
Karen Huang is a fourth year Public Health and Safety student and the PHSCU president. Karen is passionate about connecting students across the faculty through networking and social events.
Daniel is going into his second year of SURP. His role is creating the visual communication aspects, marketing, and facilitation of RCSS community wide.