Contact

Academic Advisors

For questions about academic programs and degree requirements.

To speak with someone: Call, email or, in some cases, book an appointment.


Access and Equity Services

Access and Equity Services (AES) is responsible for providing, along with faculty, reasonable accommodations for students who experience barriers to their education on the basis of a prohibited ground(s), including disability, religion, family status and gender identity.

To speak with someone: Call, email, request a drop-in session or, if you're registered with AES, book an appointment.


Admissions (undergraduate)

For questions about applying to a USask undergraduate program, to provide original documents or to inquire about the processes required to complete your application.

To speak with someone: Call, email or book an appointment.


Bookstore

To speak with someone: Phone, email or visit us in person.


Career Services

USask Career Services is here to assist you with all aspects of your career and job search.

To speak with someone: Call, email, join a drop-in session or book an appointment.


Colleges and schools

USask is home to 13 interdisciplinary colleges, three graduate schools and six affiliated or federated colleges.


Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre

The Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre is dedicated to supporting the personal, social, cultural, and academic success of Métis, First Nations and Inuit students.

To speak with someone: Drop by the centre during office hours, call or email.


International Student and Study Abroad Centre

The International Student and Study Abroad Centre (ISSAC) is a central support unit and a campus partner for all students, staff, and faculty. ISSAC is dedicated to fostering a welcoming, globally aware and inclusive campus community.

To speak with someone: Email or join a remote drop-in session.


IT Support Services

IT Support Services provides all faculty, staff, researchers, and students with access to advice, help, and support so that they can access and effectively use IT services and resources.

To speak with someone: call or submit a General IT Request through the website link below.


Language Centre

The Language Centre offers full-time academic English training, group experiences, part-time/evening English classes and a full range of student services. We assist students in making the transition to university and adjusting to life in Canada by facilitating participation in many on-campus activities and providing settlement support.

To speak with someone: Phone, email or visit us in person.


Parking

To speak with someone: Phone, email or visit in person.


Peer Health

Students who are passionate about student health, want to make a difference on campus and want to address health issues that affect student well-being.

To speak with someone: Drop by the centre or email.


Protective Services

Protective Services works closely with the campus community, Saskatoon Police Service and other agencies to maintain a safe campus. We respond to emergencies and provide programs and services. Our officers patrol the campus on foot, bike and in marked patrol vehicles 24 hours a day, 365 days a year

To speak with someone: Phone, email (non-emergencies) or visit in person.


Residence

To speak with someone: Phone, email or visit in person.


Student Affairs and Outreach

A team of Social Workers who support students throughout their academic journey. The team provides direct support to students, educational programming, crisis response, and consultation to faculty, staff, and students who are concerned about a student.

To speak with someone: Call (to talk to someone or to schedule an appointment), drop by the office to book an appointment or book an appointment online.


Student Central

For questions about class registration, finances (e.g., student loans, financial appeals, understanding your tuition), academic life, and referrals to USask colleges and support units.

To speak with someone: Please call, email or book an appointment. There are no in-person drop-in options available.


Student Finance and Awards

For questions about payment options for tuition/fees, refunds, sponsorship or agency funding, scholarships and bursaries.

To speak with someone: Call, email or book an appointment.


Student Wellness Centre

FLU and COVID Shots (Pfizer bivalent boosters only) available November 21 and November 22nd for Students  

Call Student Wellness Centre to book your appointment now (306) 966-5768 

The Student Wellness Centre offers medical and mental health care to USask students and their dependents. Chiropractic, physiotherapy and massage appointments are available to USask students, staff, and faculty.

To speak with someone: Call to book a virtual or in-person appointment, and please let us know if you are living outside of Saskatchewan. We are not a walk-in clinic, but, If your concern is urgent, we may have a same-day appointment available.


University Library

To speak with someone: Email, phone, use our Ask US chat service, or submit a question.


USask Community Centre

A place for students to make connections and build community—wellness activities, peer-to-peer health education, and spiritual guidance and support.

To speak with someone: Drop by the centre.


USask Faith Leaders

The University of Saskatchewan Faith Leaders is a multi-faith group from across the religious and denominational spectrum. We serve as a spiritual wellness support resource for the USask community.

To speak with someone: Phone or email.