1. Find a Program
2. Learn your requirements and deadlines
Admission requirements and deadlines depend on your situation including:
- Which program you are interested in.
- When you want to start classes.
- Whether or not this is your first time going to university.
Apply early to take advantage of benefits like early admission and access to scholarships.
3. Apply for admission
Note: Some programs do not use the common application system. View the following pages for instructions if you'd like to apply to:
4. Check your application status
You can log back into your profile to view the status of your application.
View required supplemental documents
Your profile lists all of the documents we need to receive to review your application. If you have any missing documents, they will be listed on your checklist as outstanding. You will also be able to see when they are received. See below to learn how to submit them.
Changing your application
If you need to make changes to an application that you have already submitted, submit your request, date of birth and full name to firstname.lastname@example.org
Release of application information
If another person, such as a family member, school counsellor, or other representative will be contacting the university on the applicant’s behalf, the applicant must give permission for us to disclose information concerning the application status. They can do this when first applying or with an authorization form.
5. Submit supplemental documents
Most students will need to send us transcripts from their high school, as well as any university, college, or other post-secondary institution they have attended. Some students will also be asked to show evidence of English proficiency. If additional documents are needed to evaluate your application, you may be notified.
You will be able to upload your transcripts or report cards in the application portal. We'll use these preliminary marks to offer you conditional admission to your program. You'll also need to arrange for your official transcripts to be sent to us directly from the school or university that you attended. If mailing transcripts, have them sent to:
Recruitment, Admissions and Transfer Credit
University of Saskatchewan
105 Administration Place
Saskatoon, SK S7N 5A2
Request official transcripts to be sent directly to uSask by the Ministry of Education:
- as soon as possible,
- after January exams 2018 and
- after June exams 2018.
International and out of province students
- Upload a copy of your most up-to-date report card or transcript.
- When you graduate, arrange to have your final, official transcript of marks sent directly to the University of Saskatchewan via postal mail by the appropriate authority, such as your provincial Ministry of Education.
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- Upload a copy of your most recent transcript showing marks for all the classes you’ve completed and all classes still in progress.
- Arrange to have a final, official transcript mailed or couriered directly to the University of Saskatchewan by the institution(s) you attended.
English language proficiency
Some students will be asked to show evidence that they’re proficient in English to ensure they’re prepared to study at uSask. If you’ve taken a standardized test, your results must be sent to the Admissions office directly from the testing centre.