Recruitment and admissions
Whether you're just starting your exploration or you have specific questions about your application for admission, we're here to help. Our team can help directly with inquiries about applying to undergraduate, direct-entry programs or refer you to other contacts if your question is about a non-direct entry program or related to academic advising or student services.
Estimated response time: 10–12 business days (due to higher than normal volume of interest)
Recruitment, Admissions and Transfer Credit
University of Saskatchewan
105 Administration Place
Saskatoon, SK S7N 5A2
Book an appointment
with a member of our team about:
- Undergraduate programs and admission requirements
- Application process
- Entrance scholarships and bursaries
- General questions about becoming a student
Meet in person
with a member of our team about:
- Applying to undergraduate, direct-entry programs
- An application for admission you have submitted
- General questions about the admission process
Provide original documents
If you have already been admitted to USask and your letter indicates you are required to provide your original documents to the Admissions Office in person, please book an appointment to have your documents reviewed by a member of our team. Remember to bring all requested documents, and they will be returned to you at this meeting.
If you plan to enrol at the USask Prince Albert Campus or take USask classes at a regional college or off-campus site, local advisors can provide location-specific advice about the application process and course selection in addition to the support you receive from the Admissions Office or your college/program.
Yorkton, Melfort, Canora, Esterhazy, Fort Qu'Appelle, Kamsack, Melville, Nipawin, Tisdale
formerly Cumberland College and Parkland College
Contact: Learner Services
General office: 1-866-783-6766 (toll-free)
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College- and program-specific advising
If you have questions about a program or need advice about course selection, speaking with an advisor in the college you plan to enter, or in a college you plan to apply to in the future, is the best way to make sure your educational plans will be on track.
These colleges offer programs you can begin directly after high school or transfer into from another college or university.
Direct- and non-direct entry
These colleges offer programs that have specific previous post-secondary education requirements before you can apply. If you have questions about applying or have completed the requirements and applied for admission to one of these colleges, please contact them directly.
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