Bachelor level degrees, diplomas, certificates
Phone: (306) 966-5788
Fax: (306) 966-2115
Recruitment, Admissions and Transfer Credit
University of Saskatchewan
105 Administration Place
Saskatoon, SK S7N 5A2 Canada
Hours of Operation
9:00am-12pm and 1-4:00pm, Monday-Friday
Closed weekends and statutory holidays
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.
Off-campus site advisors
If you're taking uSask classes at an off-campus site, there will be a local advisor available to you in addition to the college advisors above.
Cumberland College Melfort, Nipawin, Tisdale
General office: (306) 752-2786
Melfort: Lindsey Moskal; Tel: (306) 752-2786
Nipawin: Brenda Ives; Tel: (306) 862-9833
Tisdale: Sherilyn Coates; Tel:(306) 873-2525
Great Plains College Swift Current, Kindersley, Warman
General office: (306) 296-2472
Swift Current: Margaret Schafer; Tel: (306) 778-5497
Warman: Ryan Spence; Tel: (306) 657-1851
Kindersley: Office; Tel: (306) 463-6431
Northlands College La Ronge, Creighton, Île-à-la-Crosse, Buffalo Narrows
General office: (306) 425-4353 or 1-888-311-1185 (toll free)
La Ronge: Kory Morvik, Brandi Bell, Regina Poitras, Trudy John; Tel: (306) 425-4353
Buffalo Narrows: Doreen Roy, Lisa Pederson; Tel: (306) 235-1765
Want to learn more about USask colleges and programs? Download our viewbooks and college brochures.
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Shares stories from Indigenous students, alumni, faculty and staff, and provides information about Indigenous community and opportunities at USask.
Provides information on undergraduate and graduate programs, admission and language proficiency requirements, how to apply, tuition fees, scholarships, international student support, health and study permit information and more. The international viewbook is also available in Spanish, Chinese and Vietnamese.
College and Program Brochures
- Agriculture and Bioresources
- Arts and Science
- Edwards School of Business
- Environmental Programs
- Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies
- Nutrition and Dietetics
- Physical Therapy
- Public Policy
- St. Thomas More College
- Veterinary Medicine
- uSask @ Prince Albert
- uSask Language Centre - U-Bridge
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