All students have free, unlimited access to LinkedIn Learning, an online training resource containing thousands of videos.
Learn various skills such as project management, software applications, or creative techniques.
Help and support
Available for loan are IBM ThinkPad laptops and netbooks which have access to the University of Saskatchewan's wireless network.
Access and Equity Services provides students with disabilities access to a variety of enhanced technology needed to achieve academic success.
If you need to store and share your digital files, the university offers a free service to all students called OneDrive.
The Microsoft Student Advantage program allows all students at the U of S to download and install the latest Microsoft Office software on up to five computers at no cost. This includes full versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and other titles. Microsoft Office is available for both Windows and Macintosh computers as well as through the Microsoft app on your Apple or Android device.
University printers are located in college buildings and University libraries across campus. Printing credits can be purchased online through the My Printing channel in PAWS the Shop usask Bookstore and Health Sciences locations or at the vending machine located on the first floor of the Murray Library.