Top reasons to take a summer class

1. Get ahead. Take a summer class to get ahead in your degree program (and finish faster!)

2. Get focused. Focus on that tough class and get it out of the way.

3. Lighten your load during fall and winter session.

4. Complete a prerequisite.

5. Consider the flexibility of an online course and earn credit while at home or on a holiday.

6. Experience our beautiful campus in summer. 

“I love the opportunity to focus on one class at a time and to build stronger relationships with instructors. It’s a great learning experience due to smaller class sizes that allow for more interaction among students and with instructors.”

Schedule

Spring Term 2019

Term/Quarter Instruction Dates Exam Dates
Term 1 May 8 - June 22 June 24 - 26
Quarter 1 May 8 - May 29 May 30 - 31
Quarter 2 June 3 - June 21 June 24 - 26

Summer Term 2019

Term/Quarter Instruction Dates Exam Dates
Term 2 June 27 - August 13 August 14 - 16
Quarter 3 June 27 - July 18 July 19 - 22
Quarter 4 July 23 - August 13 August 14 - 16

Multiterm 2019

Term/Quarter Instruction Dates Exam Dates
Term 1 and Term 2 May 8 - August 13 August 14 - 16

“I took spring and summer classes before my first fall term to get a feeling for how university classes worked and so I could take a lighter course load in the fall and winter terms without getting behind on credits."

High school students

Take a class this summer and get a head start on your degree. Classes run from June-August on campus and online. 

Interested in learning strategies for academic success?

INTS 100 Strategies for Academic Success
June 27 - August 13, 2019 
ONLINE

Get ahead in math with precalculus.

MATH 102 Precalculus Mathematics 
June 27 - August 13, 2019 
Monday - Friday 
4 - 5:20 pm 
5:30 - 6:20 pm (Lab - M, W, F only)

July 17 - August 28, 2019
ONLINE

Beat the rush and take biology this summer.

BIOL 121 The Diversity of Life 
July 23 - August 13, 2019 
Monday - Friday 
8:30 - 10:50 am 
1:30 - 4:20 pm (Lab)

Learn the basic principles of archaeology and biological anthropology.

ARCH 112 The Human Journey Introduction to Archaeology and Biological Anthropology 
July 23 - August 13, 2019 
Monday - Friday 
11:00 am - 1:20 pm

How to apply

Students who have not yet applied to attend USask should apply now.

Students who have applied for admission for Fall 2019 but are interested in getting a head start this summer should contact the Admissions Office before July 2, 2019 at admissions@usask.ca or (306) 966-5788 to request a change to their admission term.

Speak to an academic advisor to discuss your academic program plan. 

“Taking summer classes is great! It feels more relaxed. You can focus on one or two classes at a time and you finish them in just a few weeks."

Summer class student loans

If you are wondering about student loans for summer classes, information about determining your eligibility can be found on the student loans page.