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- September 2018 - potential change to calculus admission requirement for engineering, open textbooks, math upgrading, Open House, Indigenous Spend-a-Day, and the Canadian Seed Trade Association Future Influencers contest
Book a visit
Our campus tours for prospective students are designed to introduce you to student life at one of the most beautiful campuses in Canada. To book a tour for your group, please email us at email@example.com and we will work with you to arrange a tour at a time that works for you.
In your email, please include the following information:
- preferred tour date(s) and time(s)
- number of expected participants
Booking a tour for younger students or members of the public? Check out uSask's community tour opportunities.
School visits and fairs
uSask representatives attend a variety of different events throughout the year to speak about uSask's programs, admission opportunities, application process and more.
- School visits
- Education and career fairs
- Admissions and awards application workshops to guide prospective students through the application process
- Counsellor events to share what's new or need-to-know about uSask this year
If you have an event would like to invite us to attend, or if you would like to request a visit from a uSask representative, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Advising Guide is a set of resources you can use to keep informed about uSask and can print-on-demand for your own use or for your students.
We add documents to the Advising Guide as new information becomes available. Sign up to our mailing list to be notified when new materials are uploaded to this page.
- Cover, introduction and list of programs
- Student timeline
- Steps to apply
- Admission requirements
- English language proficiency
- SK requirements
- AB/NU/NT requirements
- BC/YT requirements
- MB requirements
- NS requirements
- ON requirements
- International Baccalaureate (IB) recognition
- Advanced Placement (AP) recognition
- Scholarships, bursaries and awards
- Tuition and student fees
- Off-campus sites and regional colleges
- Contact information
- Arts and Science prerequisites
- Dentistry admission statistics and prerequisite requirements
- Edwards School of Business admissions information
- Law admission statistics and prerequisite requirements
- Medicine admission statistics and prerequisite requirements
- Nursing admission statistics and prerequisite requirements
- Nutrition admission statistics and prerequisite requirements
- Pharmacy admission statistics and prerequisite requirements
- Veterinary Medicine admission statistics and prerequisite requirements
Explore these quick links for easy access to admissions information:
- How to Apply
These step-by-step instructions introduce prospective students to the application process and some of the important tasks they should plan for along the way.
- Requirements and Deadlines
Admission requirements and deadlines for uSask programs depend on an applicant's level of education and curriculum.
- Calculating Your Average
Learn how an admission average is calculated and which subjects may be used.
- English Language Proficiency
Applicants may be required to present proof of English language proficiency. If uSask's minimum English languaage proficiency requirement is not met, they may qualify for joint admission to an academic program and to study English at the U of S Language Centre.
- Scholarships, Bursaries and Awards
Learn about the various scholarships, bursaries and awards students can apply for, or for which they are considered automatically.
Resources for admitted students
Once students receive their admission letters, a whole new set of questions may arise. uSask's New Students page is a great resource for any newly admitted student, but these are a few frequently requested pages that can be particularly useful:
- Preparing for University
Whether preparing for their program of interest or preparing for university generally, these resources can help a student get the best possible start to their degree.
- Housing and Residence
Students don't need to wait for an admission letter before applying to live in residence. In fact, the earlier they apply, the better. Students should research their various options, apply early and watch for messages from the Residence Services Office to ensure important tasks are completed.
- Tuition and Costs
Budgeting is an important part of preparing for post-secondary education. Students should review estimated tuition and student fees to get an idea of what to budget for, and then consider sources of funding, such as student loans, Indigenous student funding for education and scholarships, bursaries or other awards.
- International Student Guide
From immigration matters to information on working and living in Canada, uSask's international student guide is a one-stop resource for newly admitted international students.