Contact

Aboriginal Students' Centre (ASC)

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ASC will be moving to remote services. You can reach us at 306-966-5790 or email us at asc@usask.ca. The Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre will also be closed until further notice. Thank you for your understanding.


Access and Equity Services

Access and Equity Services, formerly Disability Services for Students (DSS), is guided by Saskatchewan's Human Rights legislation and the duty to accommodate individuals requiring accommodations based on disability, religion, family status, and gender identity.


Bookstore – Shop usask

Students can buy textbooks and other course materials, as well as stationery, art supplies, general merchandise and degree frames at their locations.


Campus ID Card Office

The Campus ID Card Office provides all full and part-time students their required active student card.


Career Services

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


Child care centres

There are three child care centres at the Saskatoon campus. Spots are reserved for the children of USask students, staff and faculty.


Graduate Students' Association (GSA)

The Graduate Students' Association (GSA) is a not-for-profit organization that represents the over 4000 graduate students at the University of Saskatchewan.


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.

The International Student and Study Abroad Centre (ISSAC) is closed, but still offering services. Learn more about our remote services.


IT Support - Service Desk

The Service Desk is here to assist and support you with your IT services.


Learning Hub

Find learning support and academic help such as writing, math, research and study skills.


Peer Health

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


Protective Services

Protective Services works closely with the campus community, Saskatoon Police Service and other agencies to maintain a safe campus.


Recruitment, Admissions and Transfer Credit

Recruitment and admissions can help with applications to the university, transferring colleges, transfer credit from other institutions, and campus tours.


Residence

Enjoy living in close proximity to a variety of campus hot spots, including: lecture halls, Place Riel, campus services and supports, and Culinary Centre in Marquis Hall.


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.

Service changes to help slow the spread of COVID-19

Student Affairs and Outreach is closed but offering services remotely. Learn more about our changes in service.


Student Central

Don't know who to call? Start at Student Central, we can help with questions about finances, registration, academic life, and more.

For the safety of our campus community, Student Central is currently closed and will not be assisting students in-person. Your questions are important to us and we encourage you to contact us by email at askus@usask.ca, or by telephone at 306-966-1212 during our regular office hours listed below.


Student Wellness Centre

The Student Wellness Centre offers urgent and non-urgent physical and mental health care to University of Saskatchewan students and their dependents.

We are having a mobile Covid-19 vaccine clinic. We are inviting you to come to the Huskies game on Saturday September 18th 2021 from 1.30 pm to 5.30 pm (walk ins only- no appointments).

Service changes to help slow the spread of COVID-19

The Student Wellness Centre is open in a limited capacity to serve those clients that need to be seen in person. In person visits will be determined by your concern and your provider. We are not seeing drop-in appointments at this time, however there are some Same Day appointments available. The majority of our services for counselling, mental health, prescription renewals, and health teaching are still being done virtually. Learn more about our changes in service.

Important

For students currently residing outside of Saskatchewan: We are severely limited in the services we can provide, due to licensing restrictions and liability concerns. If you are a current patient/client and you have moved out of Saskatchewan, please let us know. For all new clients, please identify where you currently living so we can determine if you can be served, and by whom.

For students currently residing outside of Canada: We cannot provide any services to you until you return to Canada. For mental health concerns, we suggest you contact Empower Me through Studentcare, www.studentcare.ca.


Student Wellness Centre

The Student Wellness Centre offers urgent and non-urgent physical and mental health care to University of Saskatchewan students and their dependents.

Service changes to help slow the spread of COVID-19

The Student Wellness Centre is open in a limited capacity to serve those clients that need to be seen in person. In person visits will be determined by your concern and your provider. We are not seeing drop-in appointments at this time, however there are some Same Day appointments available. The majority of our services for counselling, mental health, prescription renewals, and health teaching are still being done virtually. Learn more about our changes in service.

Important

For students currently residing outside of Saskatchewan: We are severely limited in the services we can provide, due to licensing restrictions and liability concerns. If you are a current patient/client and you have moved out of Saskatchewan, please let us know. For all new clients, please identify where you currently living so we can determine if you can be served, and by whom.

For students currently residing outside of Canada: We cannot provide any services to you until you return to Canada. For mental health concerns, we suggest you contact Empower Me through Studentcare, www.studentcare.ca.


University Library

Located on Treaty 6 territory and the homeland of the Métis, the University Library's goal is to advance learning, research, and collaborations across our diverse community through the unique combination of academic support services, inclusive spaces, and relevant and distinctive collections.


University of Saskatchewan Students' Union (USSU)

Founded in 1909, the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union is the representative body for all University of Saskatchewan undergraduate students.


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.

Service changes to help slow the spread of COVID-19

The USask Community Centre is closed but offering virtual support. Be part of our online community, follow Peer Health social media accounts.


USask Faith Leaders

The faith leaders at USask are a multi-faith religious resource to all students, staff and faculty.


USSU Food Centre

Provides emergency food hampers to students in need, and the CHEP Good Food Box to the campus community.


USSU Help Centre

The Help Centre is committed to providing information, referrals and personal support to students.


USSU Pride Centre

A friendly and open environment for people of all sexual orientations and gender identities.