Academic support

Aboriginal Students Centre

The Aboriginal Students’ Centre (ASC) is dedicated to supporting the personal, social, cultural and academic success of Indigenous USask students.

isap

Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways (ISAP) provides academic and social programming to build confidence, knowledge and skills. Connect with a community of students, Indigenous peer mentors and dedicated instructors.

Indigenous grad students

The Indigenous Graduate Students' Council (IGSC) exists to represent, serve and support the academic and non-academic needs of Indigenous graduate students within the University of Saskatchewan. 

Community and culture

Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre

The Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre is an inclusive, intercultural gathering place. Connect with other students, attend activities and access supports. The centre is the home to the Aboriginal Students' Centre (ASC) and provides space to Indigenous student leadership groups. 

Annual events

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Aboriginal Students’ Centre New Student Welcome

New Métis, First Nations and Inuit students are encouraged to join our New Student Welcome. It’s a great way to get familiar with campus and meet new people before classes start in September and January.

 Before the start of the fall and winter terms

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National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation honours the lost children and Survivors of residential schools, their families and communities.

September 30

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Indigenous Achievement Week

Each year the University of Saskatchewan hosts Indigenous Achievement Week (IAW) to celebrate Métis, First Nations and Inuit student achievement, reflect on traditions and ceremonies and connect with the community.

February

Indigenous Graduation Celebration

(formerly known as the Graduation Powwow)

Join us for the Indigenous Graduation Celebration to celebrate the academic achievements of graduating Métis, First Nations and Inuit students from the University of Saskatchewan. Everyone is welcome.

June 

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Old Time Métis Dinner and Dance

(on hold until further notice)

This family-friendly event is dedicated to bringing Métis students, staff, faculty, and community members together to celebrate Métis culture, history, and community at USask.

Upcoming events

Financial support

Scholarships and bursaries are available to students studying at USask.

Wellness support

Indigenous students in need of wellness support are encouraged to reach out. The Student Wellness Centre provides mental and physical health services with an Indigenous counsellor on staff. Crisis support is available through Student Affairs and Outreach. Ongoing support and wellness activities are also available through the Aboriginal Students' Centre and the USask Indigenous Women's Wellness Group.

Indigenous News and stories at USask

Need help?

Indigenous students looking for additional personal, social, cultural and academic support can connect with the Aboriginal Students' Centre.