Academic support

Academic help

At Student Learning Services you can access online resources, in-person help and workshops to help you with math, academic writing, study skills and more.

  • Math and stats Help
  • Writing Help
  • Study Skills Help
  • Library Skills Help
  • Structured study sessions

More opportunities

Take advantage of these programs and services that were developed to help you succeed in your classes or get more out of your university experience:

Learning Communities
Small group of students who share common courses, interests and/or residence. It's one of the best ways to meet new people while developing skills to help you succeed in this new academic environment.

Transition Programs
Unique programs for first-year students transitioning from high school to university that provide academic supports and advising in a supportive and close-knit learning environment.

Student services

Student Wellness Centre

Offers urgent and non-urgent physical and mental health care to our students and their spouses and children.

Student Employment and Career Centre (SECC)

The SECC can help with everything related to your job search from building a great resume to helping you prepare for a job interview. The SECC also hosts annual career fairs that put you in touch with employers and companies looking to hire our graduates.

International Student and Study Abroad Centre (ISSAC)

Provides information and support to new and current international and inbound exchange students. Students interested in study/work abroad options or exchange opportunities in other countries can also access a wealth of information and resources at ISSAC.

Aboriginal Students' Centre

An inclusive gathering space that promotes the spiritual, physical, emotional and mental well-being of Aboriginal students by providing a variety of programs and services centered around developing healthy lifestyles, coping with loneliness and relationships, and recognizing successes.

Disability Services for Students

Assists students by offering programs and advocacy services, fostering an accessible and welcoming campus. Students with disabilities are encouraged to register with the DSS as early as possible.

Multi-faith Chaplains Association

The chaplains at uSask share an inter-faith ministry. Through the individual chaplaincies, the chaplains offer regular worship on campus, prayer and meditation groups, discussion and social justice groups, retreats and workshops.

University of Saskatchewan Students' Union (USSU)

The USSU operates a number of centres for enhancing the student experience, including:

The USSU centres are open to all students, and provide resources, support and services in a warm, positive atmosphere.