Students living in residence receive continuous support, both personal and academic, and appreciate the comfort, security and convenience of living close to classes and university facilities
Live on campus in one of many styles of accommodation. Options available for families, graduate students, and students with disabilities.
Homestay for international students
International students can apply to live with a local family in Saskatoon through our Homestay program. Homestay placements are available for both U of S Language Centre students and international students seeking degrees from the University of Saskatchewan.
Housing in Saskatoon
USSU Childcare Centre
USSU Childcare Centre – Williams Location
221 Cumberland Avenue North
Saskatoon, Sk S7N 1M3
The USSU Childcare Centre – Williams Location is licensed and has room for 66 children aged six months to six years. The majority of the spots are held for children of university students and the remainder are available to the children of university faculty and staff.
USSU Childcare Centre – McEown Location
109 Cumberland Avenue South
Saskatoon, Sk S7N 2Z7
The USSU Childcare Centre – McEown Location has 90 spaces for children aged six months to six years. The majority of the spots are held for children of university students and the remainder are available to the children of university faculty and staff.
The Campus Daycare is licensed and provides care for the children of U of S students, staff and faculty. The facilitiy has room for 44 children between 30 and 60 months (two and a half to six years old).
Search for licenced child care (daycare) providers by location using the Government of Saskatchewan's searchable map.
Day-to-day life on campus can often be stressful enough whether it’s due to midterms, assignments, and challenging labs as a student or due to deadlines and grading as staff. If on top of it all, you also have one or more children at home or one on the way, things can be even more hectic. Here are some resources available to you at the U of S that may help ease some stress as a student/staff/faculty member on campus:
The Comfort Room and Other Convenient Breastfeeding Locations
located in the Thorvaldson Building, Rm 127.
The Comfort Room is a new addition to student and staff family resources. The first of its kind on a Canadian campus, it is designed as a safe space for parents who might need a quiet place to breastfeed, pump, or take a few minutes away from busy campus life. The access code can be obtained by emailing email@example.com with your name, department, and phone number.
Other convenient breastfeeding locations are available around campus with varying amenities.
The Parents on Campus Group
- A community where parents on campus can meet, share stories and information
- Monthly information sessions from local speakers on parenting issues (carseat safety, quick nutritious family meals, etc.)
- Join the Parents On Campus – University of Saskatchewan group or like our Comfort Room at the University of Saskatchewan page on Facebook for more information
- For more information, check out our new website or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Aboriginal Students’ Centre Parent Circle
The Aboriginal Students’ Centre (ASC) Parent Circle is for Aboriginal student parents and families that offers fun programming such as MEND, family literacy, and making healthy snacks while sharing a meal and having the opportunity to meet other parents on campus. Please contact email@example.com or follow the Aboriginal Students’ Centre on Facebook. Note that Parent Circle, Parents on Campus, and Peer Health Mentors partner to offer a variety of exciting opportunities.
Through USask’s free GuidanceResources program, off-campus and distance students can speak with financial experts, health coaches, mental-health clinicians, and lawyers.
Specialists are also available to provide pre-screened referrals and resources for just about anything on your to-do list.