COVID-19 impacts to the U-Pass
For full time and part-time undergraduate and graduate students, the U-Pass fee has been reduced to $0 for students who are only taking remote classes (classes which would normally be in-person classes).
The U-Pass is a Saskatoon Transit bus pass that can be activated and used with your smart phone.
To activate or apply to opt-out
For more information
Saskatoon Transit is Saskatoon's public bus transportation service provider. For information about university routes, schedules and fares, visit saskatoontransit.ca. 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.
Ride sharing and taxi services
For information on the status of parking lots on campus during the COVID-19 pandemic, visit the Campus Status page.
Student parking permits
You can apply for a parking spot in the Parking Sale channel in PAWS, and applications typically open in May and close at the end of August. If you are starting university in the Winter Term, please visit our website for more details.
Pay-per-visit parking lots
While we suggest that you obtain an international driver’s license before coming to Canada, international students with a study permit and a valid driver’s license from their home country can drive in Saskatchewan. Your license must be in English or accompanied by an official translation.
Bike storage and lockers
For those looking for added bike security, we have bike storage locations and also a number of bike lockers available for rent.
With a valid student card, bike tool kits and supplies for minor repairs can be rented from the Physical Activity Complex Equipment Room during PAC hours. The USSU also has a bike repair stand with a limited number of tools installed outside of the Arts Building.