One of the best ways to get to know your future university is to come see it for yourself! Lasting approximately 90 minutes (1.5 hours), tours are conducted by current students who can tell you what life as a student here is like. We'll show you around many of the places and spaces prospective students want to see most, including:
- buildings where you could have classes,
- popular student hang-outs and study areas,
- athletic facilities, and
- student services that you can access before and after you begin your studies.
USask is recognized as one of the most beautiful universities in Canada, and boasts state-of-the-art facilities that help us to be what the world needs. We can't wait to show you around!
Teachers, counsellors, agents or youth leaders are welcome to contact us to request an exclusive tour for groups of 5+ students in Grade 10 or older interested in exploring post-secondary education opportunities.
With each tour lasting approximately 1.5 hours, your group will be able to explore our beautiful campus in Saskatoon with one of our student ambassadors as your guide. You'll visit study, academic, and social spaces, and learn more about USask's illustrious history.
Note: Each group needs a group leader such as a teacher, counsellor, or youth leader to arrange a tour. In your email, please include possible tour dates, preferred times and the number and ages of participants.
Looking for other tour options including tours for younger students, community groups or individuals or families visiting USask for personal interest?
Check out tours and other educational programming offered through these organizations on campus:
- Diefenbaker Canada Centre historical walking tours
- Canadian Light Source synchrotron
- Agriculture and Bioresources and Rayner Feeding the World Interpretive Centre tours
- Campus Sustainability Tours
- Museum of Natural Sciences
- Museum of Antiquities
- USask Computer Museum
- USask Observatory
- USask Art Galleries and Collection
Take a look at three of the most recognizable buildings here at the USask main campus in Saskatoon: the Peter MacKinnon Building, the Thorvaldson Building, and the Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre.
Did you know that the university has 1.5 kilometres of tunnels and skywalks around the Bowl that connect more than 20 buildings? So it doesn't matter if it's cold outside; you can still walk around campus.
Check out the spaces on campus that make your experience in each college unique!
Explore your residence options and dining facilities.
Explore our world-class athletics and recreation facilities. We offer affordable programs in aquatics, dance, fitness and more through our Physical Activity Complex (PAC), Education Gym and pool facilities. PAC membership is open to everyone. Student memberships are included in student fees for most undergraduate USask students.