The University of Saskatchewan has in-person and virtual safewalk volunteers, as well as protective services, to ensure those on-campus safely reach their destination. Students may also download the USAFE app for various safety tools and resources.

You will find more safety resources in PAWS on the Safety channel.

Sexual violence prevention and response

At the University of Saskatchewan, we are committed to making our campus free from sexual violence. Review our policy on sexual assault prevention.


Information about on and off-campus housing options is available on PAWS.

Homestay for international students

International students can also apply to live with a local family in Saskatoon through the Canada Homestay Network. Homestay placements are available for both USask Language Centre students and international students seeking degrees from the University of Saskatchewan.

Clicking on the link above will take you to the Canadian Homestay Network, which is an independent organization not operated by the university. Any arrangements for accommodations will be solely between you and the Canadian Homestay Network. While we intend to provide links to other websites that have similar high standards and respect for privacy, we are not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of other sites. Learn more.


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.


The USSU Childcare Centre and Campus Daycare are on-campus childcare options. There are also off-campus options.

Parenting resources are available in PAWS.

Public transit and parking

Saskatoon Transit is Saskatoon's public bus transportation service provider. For information about university routes, schedules and fares, visit Saskatoon Transit. Learn more about Saskatoon Transit's on-demand transit services.

You can store your bike on the racks attached to the front of all Saskatoon Transit busses.


The U-Pass is a Saskatoon Transit bus pass that can be activated in PAWS and used with your smart phone.


Parking is available throughout campus. Detailed parking information is available in PAWS.

Programs and services

Student groups

With over 170 campus groups, clubs and other student organizations it's easy to find a group of people with common interests. Joining a group is extremely easy and is a great way to meet like-minded people, make a difference, and/or obtain professional development.

Find your community in PAWS on the Get Involved channel

GIFs and frames

Search "USask" to find USask themed GIFs on Instagram, Snapchat and TikTok.


While on the Saskatoon campus, you will have the opportunity to eat at a variety of locations, from fast food to buffets to fresh food markets—and some locations offer discounted meal plan options. 

The University of Saskatchewan Students' Union Food Centre offers programming to address student hunger, including emergency food hampers.

Visit the Where to Eat channel in PAWS for details.